Our Rig Before
Before moving in, we did a month-long renovation overhaul on her (in 100-degree heat in the Texas summer). The interior is now entirely different than when we assumed ownership. It was dark- all greys and beiges- with dingy grey carpet and linoleum in front of the kitchen and in the bathroom. The walls were straight panelling in the same grey/beige with a wallpaper border around the entire interior of geometrics in the same colors. In traditional RV style, the windows were partially obscured on the top and sides by wooden window treatments covered in heavy fabric to match the dinette and loveseat (which were geometric greys and beiges- are you sensing a pattern)?
The bedroom had an enormous closet with sliding, mirrored doors at the back. We removed the doors installed a support frame under the floor and bunks for the kids so that they’d each have their own beds and space.
Length- 39 feet
Width- 8 feet (with slides in)
Height- 13 feet 6 inches
Engine- Cummins ISB 5.9L Turbo Diesel
Fuel- straight waste vegetable oil & diesel (for start-up/shutdown & as needed)
Slides- 2 (living room/dining room & bedroom)
Tanks- 20 gallon clean veg. oil tank, 80 gallon veg. belly tank, 96 gallon water, 65 gallon grey water (sinks/shower), 52 gallon black water (sewer),
Amenities- swivelling leather captain’s chairs, 3 burner gas range, oven, microwave, double sink, removable counter tops over sink and range, full shower with seat and small (kid size!) tub, surround sound, two flat screen TVs, pull-out couch, dinette converts to bed, extensive basement storage, and bunks
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