This 1967 trailer had a belly pan made of aluminum and stuffed with fiberglass that held water and other "things."
A close-up for the debris found in the belly pan shows insulation that is no longer performing and that is home to several spieces of animals, their droppings and left over feed as well as the treasures they dragged home with them.
Looking even closer, the mummified remains of one of the former residents is found.
...and his roommate.
In the belly of another trailer this collection of seeds, leaves and the long-necked spinal column of another critter was found.
No area is safe from the little varmints as shown in this tongue jack wheel.
When the cabinet floor was removed from this area more animal litter was found.
The belly pan can trap water which leads to chassis corrosion. This chassis also appear to have some metal fatigue issues.
In the Timeless metal shop this chassis assembly has been removed from the trailer and is ready for repairs and a new deck.
A close-up of the floor deck shows the collective water damage of decades use.
Some water damage occurs from condensation within the coach, some from leaking windows while some is from the belly pan and still more from leaking plumbing.
More corrosion in the steel chassis.