The first thing we did before starting the project inside the 1952 vintage trailer was clean. It's not as gratifying of a project as some but it was needed. It was gross. I will not even go into what what in the stove.
I found some interesting things while cleaning. A flag, money, foam, and Mayo. Who knows how long that has been in there. Yuck!
We also discovered through researching that owners usually give their vintage camper a name. We decided based on my love of everything Mark Twain that our 1952 Little Gem would be lovingly called "Aunt Polly".
Here are a few pictures of Aunt Polly during the cleaning process and what will be the before pictures
Keep following along as I update you on Aunt Polly's makeover in progress. Hint: the stove was the first thing I tackled. Completely disassembled and painted.