I should say here that I have kept with the original room divider locations although I left out the divider between the bedroom and kitchen on the curb side to open up the trailer a little more.  But the basic layout of the trailer hasn’t changed.

On the curb side is the Gaucho that is a couch that converts to a bed by the use of seven 150 pound full extension drawer slides which make it possible not to have any support on the outside when extended. The drawing shows how it converts and under is some storage space.

Above the Gaucho are uppers similar to the originals except I made them with a curved lower edge.  The curve is very time consuming to make but I think the rounded shape fits the design of the trailer better.  The latches are designed for boats.  The knobs lock when pushed it and it’s easy to see that all the cabinet doors are secured before travel.  In the latched position they are very low profile.


On the street side is a divider separating the electronics in the bathroom from the next cabinet which is a closet with storage to the right and above and next to it is a vanity.

There is an 8 inch space from the bottom doors and the floor which is a chase for plumbing and wiring between the back of the face frame and the wheel fender.

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