swoody126 wrote:Phil, you don't show where you are so it is difficult to suggest sources in your area
steve cowan wrote:Repurposing [recycling] items is a great way to reduce costs.I got steel for the frame,a lot of wood,electrical wiring and vent fans,12 volt power supply and a lot of nuts and bolts free.
Don L. wrote:Philthy, in case you havn't already, look on craigslist for rv or trailer parts. That's how I found my windows and door. I actually posted an ad looking for rv parts and a fellow replied and it ended up he had a bunch of stuff he had to get rid of so I got a deal.
Doors and windows with screens are really convenient and durable, not to mention they help keep you cool and prevent heat from ever building up in the first place.
Robotcheney wrote:Here's a link to a place in Sacramento Ca, that looks promising: http://rvdoctorgeorge.com
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Robotcheney wrote:Philthy, its okay, I completely finished my build before i found that place online. And im only an hour away from Sac, in Napa. I haven't made it up to their store yet for fear that i'll want to start another build lol, but from the pics on their site it looks like they have a plethora of salvaged goodies.
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