The porta-potty closet will likely remain the same size but I might use part of it for storage with shelves in the back. The kitchen area cabinets will be redone and along the back and side walls, I plan on putting shelves with a decorative lip to keep stuff from sliding off when she's parked.
The outside will get a good polishing with Mother's Mag Polish and she will be shiny and bright when I get through with her.
The current flooring is unknown underneath some ratty carpet but I'm thinking of laminate flooring unless I decide to go with a vinyl. Whatever I use will have to be somewhat heat resistant since there is a floor heater built into the actual floor of the camper. I'm not sure why the decided to do that, it seems to me that inadvertently stepping on a hot grate at night would cause massive screaming and jumping around but I can't find any information on this old camper which leads me to believe either it's a rare jewel or the idea just didn't take off for Forest City Ind. Inc. of Forest City, Iowa. If anyone has any information, I'd love to hear about it!