Hey Nitty...Gritty sorry could not resist...
Nice looking little Caravel - We have a 69 globe Trotter - except for the size and the new windows - the materials used in the 67-68 and 69 are pretty much the same.
Have to disagree on the little shelf above the fridge - it is original - it is the fridge that has been changed. A little newer - stick out just a bit more than the original ...ooops just realized you may have be referring to that banister looking microwave shelf thingy - ugly thingy might add yes that is not original...
Stove is original - and be careful with those square light covers - GOLD MINE and you can put your finger right through them if they have become brittle.
the little brown square wall lights are not original but I think I can see a silver scone light on front left side.
She looks like she has had some water in her about an inch or so deep - tell tale of either a bursted line, blown water pump or leaking hot water tank.
If you are planning on restoring as opposed to refurbing - then take your time with that veneer - it is very delicate - you can sand - but do it by hand and pay particular attention to pressure. The veneer is pretty thin.
If you have to repair any of the veneer you may find some in the closets that you can steel from - if not you will have to find a close match at Home Depot - tough to find mahogany veneer these days.
What else can I see from the pics. Yep there is a catalitic heater replacing the original furnace.
Those would be the original plumbing fixtures and if I am not mistaken the toilet is original too.
The identity placard has been spray painted silver - and needs to be brought back to original colours.
Not sure what the round repair patch is - could have been for the furnace vent - when we take ours off there is a round hole.
Thats all with my version of I spy with my little eye
Anyway you will have ton of fun figuring out all the ins and outs of your new toy. She looks in perfect "restoration" condition - but it will be your choice.
We original bought our GT to fix up how we wanted but then found that it was in much better condition than we thought so we kept it original and just repaired the minor faults rather than change the whole coach. We have purchased a few new appliances - Water heater and Waterpump along with a new toilet and Axle (pending) this week the old one will be taking its journey to Indiana.
Good luck with your restoration. And travels....But take heed on some advice from those who have found out the hard way - take care of the running geer first - the cosmetic and even appliances can all come second.