Disassembly and Discovery Pt. 3 – Tore up from the floor up

Here We Go

The more crap I removed, the more rotten wood I found. From the years of the roof leaking, the whole rear end had been reduced to pulp. At some point, someone had cut out the roof and replaced it with galvanized steel and frosted it like a birthday cake with some sort of diabolical goo that had since hardened into a cracked silver crust. Inevitably, the vent and the roof leaked despite the coating and funneled water into the walls for years.

From looking at the holes for the lights, it is evident that the workers that manufactured this trailer were just punching through the skin with the claw end of a hammer.