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Old 11-06-2017, 06:50 AM   #29
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Sorry it took so long, just had a knee replacement, but here are a few more pics.


Great find! Beautiful wood cabinetry. You can replace the large water tank with a 30 gallon original then the gaucho will work properly. I had to replace mine due to a leak.

I had partial knee replacement on both knees about 2years ago. I feel 10 years younger, but full recovery takes one year.

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Old 11-06-2017, 09:00 AM   #30
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Range hood removed

We took out the range hood since it took up a lot of space and probably didn't work anymore. Found it clogged with wasp nests anyway. Only had to grind off the latch that held the cupboard door closed and remove a bunch of screws. Now we have to fill in the hole in the cabinet floor and will gratefully have a little more cabinet space.
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@dbj216 -I don't think we have any flags on the exterior....
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Old 11-06-2017, 06:02 PM   #32
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Hi: Thanks for the pictures. Maybe 67 Trailers had better cabinetry than the 66. It just looks "International" level to me in the photos.

Congrats on the knee replacement. You have the hard part done. Like Dan said, it will take quite a bit of time to rehab, so be patient. But do your rehab and you will walk pain free again. And that will make you younger.

Can't remove that fridge vent. There is a gas heater behind that warm "towel dryer" in the small cabinet. You need a tight seal around the fridge to prevent combustion fumes (carbon monoxide) from getting to the interior. If your vent has a plastic crack in it, you gotta fix it.

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Old 11-13-2017, 07:14 PM   #33
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@dbj216 -I don't think we have any flags on the exterior....
I can help you change that.
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I bought flags for my Trade Wind. I guess I liked the "bling" on the side of the trailer. I did not install them. Here is a photo from the 66 sales brochure of how the flags looks on the trailer.

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