We are just beginning our restoration on our 57 Aloha. So excited!
please post some before and after photos in the Aloha Flickr group?http://www.flickr.com/groups/aloha_travel_trailerI love seeing progress photos.
http://craftingintherain.blogspot.com/2012/08/camper-trailer-turned-home-office.htmlWe bought a 1964 Aloha travel trailer, gutted the rotted-out inside completely, fixed a ton of rotted out wood, put in much better insulation, new paneling, nicer vinyl flooring, and office furniture to make me a home office parked in our backyard. Not much good for camping anymore, but I work out there several days a week (I have a space heater and a portable air conditioner, so it's good for all seasons here in Vancouver, Washington). I hope to use it for many years this way. (this might be worthy of a blog post here, actually, not just a comment...)
oh cool, great work. I think a lot about how to update these for modern times and this is a great example. Consider posting to the Aloha Flickr group?http://www.flickr.com/groups/aloha_travel_trailer