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This whole project began when my recently fixed up old 69 Prowler was totaled on its maiden voyage. 

I found this old heap on Craigslist, and bought it as a replacement. I knew it had a little rot, but did not realize it was rotten from one end to the other.

I spent one night in it, on Vancouver Island, and soon learned that it was in dire need of repairs. That night in the rain, the roof leaked water down all over me in the bed.

I dragged it home, and decided to undertake repairing it. Had I known then what I know now, I would have towed it to the dump and left it there.

These are the only 2 pictures I have of it prior to starting the rebuild.

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So why don't you join me here on the journey through taking a hopelessly rotten old heap of an RV, rebuilding and breathing some new life into it!

The plan here is to offer assistance to RV enthusiasts like myself who may not be able to just go out and buy a nice fancy newer rig.

There are many, like myself who live by modest means, and who have to repair or rebuild our presently owned rigs, rather than replace them.

That was me around 2003 when I totaled my recently fixed up old 69 Prowler. I found myself in need of another RV trailer, and didn't have a lot of money to spend. In haste, I purchased the old Citation that was in dire need of major repairs. This website, currently under construction, will take you on the journey of a total rebuild, pictures and explanations of every stage of the repair, and how I did it.

The hope here is that I can assist anyone who may want to undertake their own RV structural repair or rebuild.

If I can get this thing figured out, I will have a place to comment and contact me for personalized assistance.

I had a website up a lot of years ago with the same project, but due to circumstances beyond my control, I took it down in about 2010.

Bob