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    Default little house

    This is not carvewright related yet... In the making of this I have some things in mind. I forgot to mention that it is 8' x18' trailor.
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    Last edited by aokweld101; 09-27-2015 at 05:01 PM.

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    Wow nice work.

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    Would this be set up in a semi permanent spot for living or more mobile to travel with?
    Which ever, it looks really nice.

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    I watch a lot of the tiny house programs and they don't have anything on you, aok....great job
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    Super cool.

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    I haven't really got started on it yet.... started by getting the dents out of fenders, bent the channel and got it to extend to the edge of the fenders and have gotten a another 18" wider, straitened the tongue jack and still have three pieces to weld on and move the light brackets. I have already bought the 2"x4"s, felt paper, 3/4 floor and 2" foam insulation. The last two pictures shown are what the little house could be, they are selling it for $57,000.00. I picked the trailer up for $1000,00 I am wanting to be like a the Canadian's live up north during the summer and come home to Fl. in the winter I'm tired of it getting so hot here.!! I am retired and hate being inside all summer, as long as I can take care of basic needs of living... We have family in Ohio, So summer will be there. Found 3 acres with septic, county water and electric for $15,000.00
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