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#21
I have been wanting to take off and live in my expedition (for a few months) for some time now. This camper looks 10x more comfortable than what I have in mind lol. It's coming along nicely!
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#22
Forgot to post the final set of photos they sent. Its finished and waiting for me to pick it up  in June.
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#23
That's very nice. All the comforts of home.
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#24
Nice. I put nearly the same vinyl flooring in mine when I rebuilt it.

Tip I learned from a tiny camper forum: use Pledge Floor Care Multi-Surface Finish (formerly Future floor polish) on the outside. Keeps the high gloss finish, and protects it quite well. Recommendation is 2-3 coats initially, and then once a year to clean and recoat.

Tip2: buy some tire covers and use them every time it's parked. That way you'll get maximum life out of the tires. Otherwise, you will either have to clean/treat them all the time or they will start cracking prematurely.
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#25
Thanks, will look at waxing it. Will make space for it in the shed to keep it out of the elements.
The Trilium I rebuilt got to live in there, even blocked it to get the tires off the ground over the winter.
Soon to be home for at least two months.
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#26
Awesome! Thumbsup

Do you have your route figured out yet? I assume it won't be a simple out and back.

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#27
Have two destinations, Chilliwack to pick up the trailer and Tuktoyaktuk. The route between may vary. lol
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#28
Very nice little camper. Such a hot commodity in today’s world.
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#29
Friends bought a 19 foot Escape (same manufacturer) 5 or 6 years ago. They sold it this spring for what they paid for it. Covid seams to have affected peoples senses.

Greg
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