Okay, so we just bought a 1994 16' Scamp last night and have a couple of weeks to get it into working condition. I'm up for that challenge! The rat-fur and insulation is completely gone so it's bare fiberglass in some spots and painted in others. The floors seem to be in good condition except one spot under the sink which we're working on. I had planned for this quick turn-around to just do a bare bones makeover, repainting the fiberglass and then come back and add insulation later. But what do I replace it with? The door in particular needs something now because the windows, rubber seals, and door latch just don't fit right without that extra layer of padding. I've thought about cork, but I don't know about it's durability just as is... we have a dog that would go with us and I don't want her to scratch it on accident and then BAM... another fix immediately. Any ideas? I'm sure I will be a regular here because I'm a Scamp newbie! But I did scour the forums before we went on the hunt :)
There's also a large hand-cut square hole cut out over the kitchen sink that we are hoping to put a window in. Right now there's plexi held on with screws and wing-nuts. Should we try to tackle that ourselves or should we enlist some pros? We're in a pretty RV centric area with lots of shops around, not many Scamps though that we've seen.