A sink large enough to be of much use would take up to much counter space and the depth would restrict the cooler size. Instead I found a plastic kitty litter container that's just the right size for cleaning dishes and it doesn't have to drain under the trailer.
Sweet build! Approx what is the height of your counter top? I\'m finding in order to accommodate a decent size cooler, I have to raise the counter to approx. 41\" from the ground. I like the way you slanted the lower bulkhead in towards the galley, that\'s the other issue with the cooler, leg space!
Posted by tmulliken at 11/2/2013 09:10amPST
Greetings, I really enjoy your webpage. I recently acquired a teardrop built in the 40s and am trying to restore it. The roof and sides were covered with 1/8\" painted masonite with no insulation. The frame is made with studs and the trailer is pretty sturdy. Other than the roof, the trailer was in pretty good condition for being over 60 years old! It was built without roof insulation and am wondering if using just 1/8\" painted masonite with some varnish would be recommended. I don\'t plan on camping in the rain or snow and the trailer would be stored in the garage. Any opinions on this question would be greatly appreciated.
Also, I love the detail and comments on the galley door. I refer to your pics quite a bit for information.