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My wife hates this headboard. She saw someone on a DIY channel putting ship-lap board on a wall in their home to get that rustic look. She watched a DIY show about ship-lap boards and changed it out: http://www.smittysrv.com/thisnewoldrv/blog.asp?ID=2140
$900 or best offer - Villa Extenda Lounge, Plush Ultraleather - Brown Flexsteel, length approximately 96"( have not put it together to know for sure), 36" H", 72" Extended x 46" Closed (33" wide), Standard w/Jackknife Sleeper Sofa (with built in air pump) & recliner Brand new, never been used. Comes apart to fit through 23" door Located in Indiana, buyer responsible for shipping charges or picked up. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm currently undergoing a total overhaul and rebuild on a 1973 Layton camper trailer and plan on using it to travel to various states and look at property to throw roots down in. During this time, I will be using campsites to stay in month to month with full service hookup. (Full electric, sewer, water.) That being said, before i go out buying extremely expensive propane system components for the heater, fridge, etc, do I really need the system? I'm on a tight budget and schedule and I feel if I'm on-grid 100% I should only need a basic system going only to the stove/oven. Am I correct to assume that? In short, the Layton was a total rat's nest and I've had to tear out and throw away almost everything. Instead of replacing the propane appliances with the exception of a new stove since I'll still use propane for cooking, can I simply rewire/plumb it all to just use electric appliances since I'll be on-grid full-time? Thank you very much for your time and answers.