The Madness has Begun! Restoration of a 1973 Winnebago D18 Brave!

Started by ralis, December 31, 2017, 03:42 PM

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Well, I'm in the process in rebuilding my RV too, but do hope I don't have to go this far.

I'm not holding my breath because the waterdamage with mine is way WAY worse then Althea's so I'm really curious how you pulled this off, and I think LJ-TJ will be too.

Is everything just bolted on or did you need to cut thru weldings?


 :)ThmbUp Spectackular.Well done. Gives me something to ponder over the winter. I have what I call a zero time chassis under my once restored burnt out 1975 Winnebago and have been trying to figure out just what I want to do with it. Thanks for all your hard work. :)clap


Holy cow. You are undaunted.  :)clap :)ThmbUp

I myself would have been daunted. For sure.


I realize this is an older thread, but it has been SOOO helpful with my D20 Brave project thus far.  This is taking it to a the ultimate level, removing the side walls.  I may end up doing the same, depending how bad the floor is.  Thank you so very much for posting this (even if I'm a little late to the board).