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Old 05-01-2012, 10:47 PM   #15
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Twin as one bed or two, because mine has two beds which would make it a double, or is a double one bed?
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Old 05-01-2012, 10:51 PM   #16
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A twin is one wider bed (for two, ha ha ha), while singles are usually something like 34" wide, and I think there are always two of them.

Somebody correct me on the two singles thing if I am wrong...?
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Twins are 2 beds one on each side It would have a D for double which is a single bed that would fit 2 people.
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My vin# should have a "D" then and not a "T", the interior is original except for the 2X6 box under the street side bed to make room for the residential water heater. I'm completely confused.
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My vin# should have a "D" then and not a "T", the interior is original except for the 2X6 box under the street side bed to make room for the residential water heater. I'm completely confused.
Nah you'e okay Its Aage thats spent too many years in a single LOL Your VIN is correct!
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:31 PM   #20
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1963 was a very interesting year because it was the first year of the big push for standardization between the Ohio and Cali plants. Anything goes!

Your straps on the doors are typical of earlier airstreams too, perhaps the door was replaced at some point. In 63 most had typical upper and lower hinges (like a door in your house). In 64 airstream went back to the straps, at least in Ohio.

Anyone feel free to chime in if I'm wrong!!!
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:42 PM   #21
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Could be the outer skin on the curb side looks as its been replaced at one point, the door could have been replaced at the same time. The new skin looks brushed and not as shinny as the old skin, can brushed Au be polished to match the old?
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Old 05-02-2012, 11:34 AM   #22
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'64 was the first year of the bath sink that hangs over the bathtub, right? that may be a indicator of the build model.

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Could be the outer skin on the curb side looks as its been replaced at one point, the door could have been replaced at the same time. The new skin looks brushed and not as shinny as the old skin, can brushed Au be polished to match the old?
I can't really see in the picture what you are talking about but if the panel replacement was done with new metal from the factory or authorized dealer, then no, it will never shine up as well as the alclad 2024 . The new panels can be a great fit but aren't the same and even if you could get them to shine (lots of work) they wouldn't be the same color. Depending on your tolerance of perfection it might be okay......
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Old 05-02-2012, 08:50 PM   #24
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Wow I still have some learning to do posting pics. Don't know it posted the same pics over and over, I sure it's operator error.
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That interior SCREAMS 1963. You seem to have a unique trailer...non '63 door, non '64 bath...and it looks to be in GREAT shape!

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Nah you'e okay Its Aage thats spent too many years in a single LOL Your VIN is correct!
Yeah, I gotta get more sleep. Trouble is, that interferes with reading AIR!
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