From the bloggers at Do IT Yourself RV.
So, you have a trailer you’d like to remodel and you’re not really sure where to start. Once the mechanics – plumbing, electrical, and travel systems – are in order and you have a solid envelope to keep the weather out, the sky is really the limit on what you can do.
We wanted to show you some ideas for easy ways to upgrade without breaking the bank or taking six months for a complete gut and overhaul. So, we took a cue from Country Living magazine when they were recently given three days to spruce up a vintage travel trailer owned by Heidi Byerly of Atlanta, Georgia.
The Country Living crew were working with an American classic, the 1973 Airstream Argosy. This trailer is a champ in its class. It had good bones and had been fairly well maintained, but it needed a serious upgrade aesthetically. Here are six areas they tackled that most any DIY minded RVer could handle on their own.
To read the full story by Do It Yourself RV, click here.