Once again we found a very complete 1957 Shasta to start with. The exterior was
rough, inside was not too bad other than just dirty. It did have the typical water
damage... Under the side windows, rear window and the ceiling around the roof vent.
We determined that the majority of the structure was sound, so we rebuilt the damaged
areas in place, being careful to maintain the structural integrity originally built
into the body. Everything was then sanded and refinished in amber shellac.
The finished interior! The wood looks great, seats recovered with heavy duty Naugahyde,
new boomerang laminate on the counter, table and slider doors. We restored the original
appliances including the gas lamp, added our pull out Porta-Pottie. We designed
a custom Marmolium floor to match the color scheme.
All new exterior, note the new siding has the correct 6” scores. We always use a
high quality urethane automotive paint for our restorations, this one in Colonial
White and Regatta Blue. All new moldings and the windows restored with all new seals.
New tail and marker lights for trouble free towing. Details include one of our
new wood screen doors and the classic wide white wall tires with new baby moons &
beauty rings. Here it is ready for it’s cross country trip to it’s new home in Arkansas.