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Windows and Trim and other misc stuff…

Posted by blogadm on May 13, 2021 in uncategorized |
Don’t forget to take the tape paper off all the sides before you install them….learned that the hard way…
Now those solid windows have to be held in with a black tape as well as the keepers.
Larry always responds to my questions. Thanks Larry, you are the best!
Cleaning the frames with Mothers and 0000 steel wool. Then with a buffer on my drill.
See that shine?
This frame was bent pretty bad, so Frank torched it, heated up the metal and used blocks and a clamp to try to straighten it.
Pretty, Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Straight!
New glass, cleaned, polished , new discs and seals installed.
These gave us a lot of grief. We had glass cut a few times, we ended up using Plexiglass/Lexan and a RV window seal. I am not happy about the color but i am thinking of a rubber paint to lighten it up.
With the Eyebrow all shined up and we put the screws around it before paint to have the authentic look of the original installation without all the leaks.. hopefully…
I need to stress this again, don’t forget to take ALL the paper off the tape before installation.
The big front window goes in.
Waiting for the back window glass, had to be cut a few times.
Ahhhhh, yes the Shasta Emblem
We put all the wires in this plastic sleeve to protect them.
It works!
Now for the brake inspection…
The Magnet makes the brakes work. I am learning a few things today, will i remember? Well…
I found out what the slot was for, ordered a custom piece for it.
Also found out what this bottom slot was for and ordered something for that as well.

Peaches is Painted!

Posted by blogadm on October 31, 2020 in uncategorized |

We took her to Psychotic Air in Batavia , Illinois , picked out colors that were closest to what i was looking for. She is Peaches and Cream for sure! Next up: Putting Peaches together again!

Thanks to Larry at Canned Ham Trailers

Posted by blogadm on July 27, 2020 in uncategorized |

This guy has videos on everything you need to know. He also has classes too! Join the crew! https://www.cannedhamtrailers.com/

Nearing the finish line?

Posted by blogadm on July 27, 2020 in uncategorized |

It’s July 2020, the year of the Pandemic, can it be possible that we now have the time to finish Peaches? The last few weeks we have been getting her ready to go to the painter. We finished building the door, dry fit the windows, side lights and struggled with the front side windows. My […]


Grounding day

Posted by blogadm on July 8, 2019 in Shasta Love |

  I started this post last July of 2018. It has been almost that long since we worked on Peaches.  I wanted to get these photos in here but i am not sure i will remember all the details. I know we were rewiring the camper. We had to cut holes for lights ect and […]


Two steps forward and one step back, still gets things done.

Posted by blogadm on June 24, 2018 in Shasta Love |

It has been a few years since my last post. Since then we have changed our minds on a few things. First and most noticeable will be that after all the shellac testing and talking about keeping it original, in the end, i didn’t like the color combo with my Peachy , Coral colors. So […]


Cabinet Making

Posted by blogadm on May 6, 2015 in Shasta Love |

Frank built the cabinet around the fridge to match the rest of the kitchen, and i helped 🙂 He really loves the Joint Pro. It is an invaluable tool for using dowels to join wood. It lines them up perfectly! On the other hand, the most exciting part for me today was getting to use […]


Shellac Testing

Posted by blogadm on April 20, 2015 in Shasta Love |

  Tested the Shellac today. Amber Shellac with 20 percent Denatured Alcohol. We tested it on samples of all the different wood in the camper. There was the original wood that needed to be sanded, the new birch, also sanded .and the pine parts, again sanded. Then we applied the Amber Shellac waited for it […]


Bed, Bath and Beyond

Posted by blogadm on February 28, 2015 in Shasta Love |

Samantha joined the Navy! She is in basic training at Great Lakes Naval Station. She wrote me a heartwarming letter, thanking me for all the opportunities we gave her and for all the fun she had working on the camper.  I plan on sending her pics as we go along with the restoration of “Peaches”.  She […]


We’ve come a long way baby…

Posted by blogadm on October 21, 2014 in Shasta Love |

  It has been a few months since my last posts. Living the crazy, wonderful life! We only work on “Peaches” on Fridays and we have only missed a few. We are making great progress!I took photos of the back wiring and framing so that we know where things go when we put it back together. […]

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