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The interior on ours is also a complete mess. We'll gut it and start from scratch.



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Originally posted by Mary Ray:
Would like to see interior pics. Mine was a mess when I got it, had been a hotel for mice. No structural damage just really dirty and smelly.

 
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Mine was in about the same shape but had no water damage so I just kept cleaning with a white vinegar solution to get rid of the odor. Next came 3 coats of paint and in some places 4 coats. Mine had been previously painted white so I stuck with white and red is my accent color, I have a different floor plan, my kitchen is in front then twin beds with bath room across the back. My desk computer is down and I am posting from a tablet so will post pictures later.


Mary

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1968 Barth trailer, 1975 Barth Motorhome and 1985 Barth Motorhome

 
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