Are you thinking about buying an old RV and turning it into an RV restoration project? Maybe you already have an old RV and aren’t sure if it is worth putting money into it. Most often an old RV can be restored, and you can get many more years of fun use from it. But there are times that an old RV is too far damaged and maybe wouldn’t be a wise choice for an RV restoration project. Below are a few ways to know if that old RV is a good candidate for an RV Restoration Project.
- Paperwork – Being able to purchase an RV with paperwork will make your RV restoration easier and smoother. You can purchase an RV that does not have a pink slip, but you will need to get the paperwork done on your own and that can take time and money.
- Camper Type – There are two main camper types you can purchase. You can buy a travel trailer or a motorhome. Purchasing a motorhome can be more expensive to restore, especially if the motor needs repair or replacement.
- Condition – Before purchasing an older camper for RV restoration, be sure to do a good inspection of it. There are some things to keep your eye out for, like:
- Water damage
- Rodent signs
- Electrical problems
- Holes and soft spots
Paying attention to these key points before purchasing an RV restoration project can save you a lot of time, money, and stress. Here at Triad RV Repair LLC, we are experienced in RV restoration and are happy to help you bring new life to any project, big or small.