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  • Pat K
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    I picked up some of the hardware needed locally. Going to have to place an order for the rest.07B36821-6E42-4F09-8CF1-10412D98F1EF

    Secured both benches and the stove cabinet Wednesday night. EB7C2D43-4A54-4658-BBEA-C4BC4862789B6C7C5464-CE32-4734-B173-4A7CC52516CD

    Also made a brace that was missing for the shelves in the drivers side rear corner closet. Final coat of stain brushes on tonight.369F111C-DA31-4B24-9E69-1742652671BF

    Clara panels were waiting for me when I arrived tonight. Two roof panel sets and one kick panel set. I’m guessing the extra set is for the your other ‘58?82E0B87B-604B-4491-BACF-CC7634BF7D3B

    Awning mount installed before pass side interior roof panel.4C97372C-EEF8-4977-B59C-0131BA7887FD

    These roof panels are always a pain, but I got them in with no mods/damage. WOOHOO!!D0F9BFD1-7552-4E4A-ACDF-278821BF4D2C

    We will build it if it comes.

    mtnbus
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    Holy shit that looks good Pat !

    Pete
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    Awesome camper.  Nice work, Pat!

     

    MikeK
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    Excellent job not over-restoring that interior.  The patina looks just right.

    Pat K
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    All of the ceiling panel are in!!!DFB4844D-D93F-4E70-82AE-0EFF59E572F9

    Cleaned up securing strips for the ceiling. 6800A5EA-ACBE-4BC6-88B9-3FE3983979CAC5F1D777-18F6-4055-9041-8A4A15C23830

    Fit securing strips, fresh air vent grill, and installed rear cargo light. 8AA9E4AC-EBAB-4B6F-9860-9CD7530D21A190AA426F-575B-4532-9365-CDFF50BA096E6917BBC2-50C7-4A0D-AB7D-CE19ACE2A1B5

    We will build it if it comes.

    Franz
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    Hot damn!

    John Jones
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    Looks sooo gooooooood!!!!!! 😎

    Pat K
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    Finished securing roof panels last night. Drilled holes and installed screws in trim strip first.

    Subhatch trim went in after that. Rear piece was a bit snug, had to use some clmaps to make it happen. Also drilled holes in the ceiling panel for the subhatch hinges. EB521592-45A3-4715-8782-6B4FC78E1300E604BC6B-1447-49AE-9F64-7D87CD9FCE22B3F1FCBE-8037-4EFE-9EC0-8D90AA2B82AF8CAEC7EC-8A19-4EFF-85D4-5CA69836FDE9

    We will build it if it comes.

    John Jones
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    Fuching awesome work here….  Thanks Pat K!!!

    Pat K
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    Working on subhatch wood panel surround finish trim tonight. Pics by morning time.

    We will build it if it comes.

    Pat K
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    Fabricated , fit, sanded, epoxy sealed, and 2 coats of Palm Green single stage laid down on subhatch panel trim. 7A17446B-04A5-4D6C-A15E-0DD08321C45007044A90-5EC7-48CC-B1F9-E04BDBD39C0AD9FD50C1-047F-4D5E-9620-B1B1F8C30B84FCB75806-F10C-4606-91D1-8938E4474A347B5268A0-48DD-4C21-AA20-5535A53A89AA

    We will build it if it comes.

    RSP3
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    Bad ass Pat! Your killing it to say the least, damn good work buddy!

    ColeB
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    Can’t wait to see this! Nice Pat

    Pat K
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    Installed panel trim on subhatch, trimmed panel to fit and got the panel installed on hatch yesterday. 93C8363A-4E20-45A4-9017-E5474DA104F9CE9849D1-687C-4585-AB0D-526E653B17A15A1CBA0D-0160-4E3F-AE16-116656A3A084

    Also started stuffing weather seal around hatch opening trim yesterday. CEB2436F-C085-4FBF-8D9B-3B1E5EA49B11Started off last nights shift by finishing stuffing weather seal, crimping trim nice and tight, and cleaning off the excess seal the squeezed out after crimped.BBE94DF7-AC9E-49F7-B9A6-10851702E72419545BFD-624B-4D09-AF0E-8A8FE62AF6552481BFA1-A3A7-4B7F-A19D-21EB1D30EDDA

    Installed subhatch, latches and catches,  and the prop-rod mount screw. Need to straighten the prop rod before it can go on. 1A39447B-462B-4656-AF66-B876D2B204BA96A6F85F-B569-43E7-9C22-FE970A3E73E0F9BAA8C2-944D-4C75-A139-ED46DA00BB2F

    Also got the rear ceiling closing panel and driver side corner cabinet installed. 8F3FA4B5-1C6D-4DE0-BD06-2D214571D273CDD395FD-8C41-4CDD-9638-3CA9C734FEA6479D204C-7F15-46AE-AF97-56C410A7209521B0AD23-A94B-4AAB-8C55-10B4F6AEE7C2

    We will build it if it comes.

    John Jones
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    damn nice..

    Lone Star
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    Great work, Pat.  Interior looks awesome.

    Willy
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    Pat really knows how to handle wood 🙂

    John Jones
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    Pat really knows how to handle wood 🙂

      comes with time kid…. 😎

     

    I think this might be ready to go home.. or better yet…. to a new owner… 😎   KB, Cole…  Lets figure out whats left and get it done, bought, installed and the heck outta here…. 😎  😎  😎  Time to get the other SGPG mechanically fixed up and updated!!!!  lets do this!

     

    Pat feels like he has less than  days stuff left…. lets handle it… 😎

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    ColeB
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    KB said he’ll get on here today and look at what needs to be done! We are psyched on how this is turning out

    Wayner
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    damn Pat, that’s looking grrrrreat!

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