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Old 06-14-2018, 10:33 PM   #1
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Hello we are proud new owners of a 1957 overlander California built #6764. We traded up our 57 flying cloud to a 26ft Overlander my wife and I still cuddle however my wife preferred the twin beds being a twin herself and the beds will be alot easier to make. I am looking for a rear window and an original curbside tub. She came without any thing in the rear bathroom. Twin beds with an original 57 Servel gas refridgerator and I believe a Preeway oven floor model. I do not see any manufacture name visible from the front. Please anyone if you have a curbside shower tub and possibly a vanity let me know thank you!Click image for larger version

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Old 06-14-2018, 10:46 PM   #2
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Nice find! I'll check my contacts to see if they have anything that early for a tub! The window will have the emergency hatch, are you needing everything that slides in, or the frame riveted in the shell too? You'll want to measure the opening either way, there were a few sizes.
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Old 06-17-2018, 06:34 PM   #3
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Hi and welcome to Air Forums: We like the twin bed layouts also as I don't sleep very well. My Overlander is 18 years newer than yours. Yours has twin axles, a big plus to me. I looked at a 59 Overlander but the single axle didn't seem right. It was a twin bed layout also. Photo below:

Is this the first year of the seven panel exterior end caps? I don't know. You have a big project on your hands getting this old Overlander back in action. These Forums will prove very valuable in your project. It will be fun.

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Hi and welcome to Air Forums: We like the twin bed layouts also as I don't sleep very well. My Overlander is 18 years newer than yours. Yours has twin axles, a big plus to me. I looked at a 59 Overlander but the single axle didn't seem right. It was a twin bed layout also. Photo below:

Is this the first year of the seven panel exterior end caps? I don't know. You have a big project on your hands getting this old Overlander back in action. These Forums will prove very valuable in your project. It will be fun.

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Thank you David yes was the first year for the seven panels. We are very excited to begin this restoration. Lots to do and this forum is very inspirational!
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