That is sad. I might be tempted at $100, tear the floor and "bed" out and leave it behind.
You know... At today's prices, it's probably worth the money. I bought an Airstream "chicken coop" for $800 once and completely restored it. I only have hard copy photos of it and no scanner here to show it to you but it was nice. But it was all there.
In the case of this Shasta, the windows, brows and baggage door alone are probably worth the asking price if you need those parts.
God grant me the strength to restore the trailers I can,
The courage to strip the parts from the trailers I can't,
And the wisdom to know the difference.
Yes but Windex is not going to help. More like a couple bottles of Jack Daniels.....
I had to laugh at that one. When we bought our little pre-war bungalow a couple years ago, it was a total tear-down. It was so filthy and smelly that we needed masks to clean it out. The PO had been an alcoholic and we kept finding empty bottles in odd places. I was deep in a cabinet when I ran across an almost-full bottle of Bacardi White. I rarely drink, but I didn't want it to go to waste. I thought, gee, ETOH is an antiseptic. So I used it to clean the inside of that disgusting cabinet. It took 1000 hours of sweat equity and a bucket o'money, but it's now t\a little gem... sorta like Hamlet!