Vintage Caravan Magazine Issue 36 - Page 35

“Within a week of getting it home, black mold was coming through the walls. We discovered that the man I bought it from had painted over the mold and put plywood sheets over water damage to hide it. None of this was visible when I bought it”. Soon realizing that the Shasta was going to need a full frame up restoration, it was towed to Mary’s very handy brother Ray’s workshop in Roseburg, about eighty miles from where Mary lives where the deconstruction began and the extent of damage was revealed before the work of rebuilding the Shasta could begin. “We ran into many unpleasant surprises”, says Mary. vintagetrailermagazine | 33