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Old 12-11-2013, 02:31 PM   #1
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1974 Excella 500 collapseable dinette table top

How much can I expect to pay for dinette table top, expandable with all hardware?

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Old 12-11-2013, 02:44 PM   #2
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How much can I expect to pay for dinette table top, expandable with all hardware?
Are you talking about a dinette (benches + table that folds down to a double-ish bed) or the folding table against the wall that folds out in front of the gaucho (sofa)?


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Folds into wall, no bed.
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Old 12-12-2013, 02:32 AM   #4
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cost of table


As with most things in life, things are negotiable.

I gave away a couple of tables in my rebuilds, tried other things, and ended up with a 2' X 3' off of the end serving area of a 34' me\id 90's model.

I liked the Ikea fold out table, but Mary thinks the small wall mounted table is ideal. We also have a 1' X 1' fold out from a early 70's Airstream on the curb side between the couch and the door that is great for computers and coffee cups.

There are lots of people doing a complete gut, I would be tempted to get rid of an old interior for the recipient paying the shipping and throwing in a bottle of my favorite adult beverage. Do a diligent search of all of the rebuild threads.

For a salvage place such as Colaw's in Missouri, I would think you could negotiate down to 50 bucks. As an example, I paid 60 dollars last year for a complete Airstream Queen mattress and base.

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