Very excited to see your Caravel
. We seem to have the exact layout, wall mounts, lighting, color scheme, woodwork, latches, etc. This is very exciting to me. I can now continue to search for an answer to my question regarding the window set ups. In regards to the mechanism over the kitchen window and the track set up (or lack there of) to create tension in the curtains on the curb side windows. What is in place in your Caravel
I have posted my @#$% that looks like a $2.09 household curtain rod purchased in Walmart or such, that was turned sideways to hold the button tab curtain hooks. I can't imagine this was original. Looks like a chop job to me.
The second concern or disappointment I have is a lack of understanding of how the curtains were mounted on the wall that cover the curb side windows. I have the standard track on the top but then I have this metal spring that extends from one edge of the window frame to the other that the curtains slide back and forth on. In the 68 model there is a track. I have been in other Caravels and seen no bottom track. Do you have a bottom track to hold the curtain bottom? Is there any evidence of holes, mountings, etc. that give hints to what really belongs in this thing? Again I can't believe this is original and if it was I may have a tough time with that because it is not functional the curtains get caught on the rod and don't smoothly move as they should.
Thanks for the help.
PS I may not be up on the mechanical stuff but I try to maintain the other more girl like features of my trailer, original color scheme etc.
PSS Yes mine. Richard has Henry the 56' (We have His and Hers Airstreams) LOL