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Old 05-27-2006, 03:47 PM   #1
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Need new window latches 1976 sovereign?

Here look at this pic same as the ones I have in my trailer what are they called and where do i get them?

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Old 05-27-2006, 03:48 PM   #2
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Here look at this pic same as the ones I have in my trailer what are they called and where do i get them?

The ones in my trailer are rusted most of them and I want new ones..
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Old 05-27-2006, 03:55 PM   #3
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Old 05-27-2006, 04:34 PM   #4
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WOA I better make sure the other latches are not rusted badly $33 WOW
I know I know vintage trailer higher prices... Thank you Kleven
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Old 05-27-2006, 04:36 PM   #5
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I know what you mean. I need to replace at least four.
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Old 05-27-2006, 04:48 PM   #6
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$33 WOW

No kidding. I ordered one and then promptly lost it.
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Old 05-27-2006, 05:20 PM   #7
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No kidding. I ordered one and then promptly lost it.
Now that sucks real bad...Bad enough have to pay that much for a window latch but then to misplace it hurts worse you know why ..AS soon as you order and get a new one you will find that basterd LOL... Just so you guys know this trailer was used by three generations of my family. My father bought this trailer so my grandfather would have a place to stay when he came and visited during the New England summer. When my grandfather passed it was a place for my dad to remember my grandfather he even had the air conditioner repaired and fixed so on a hot day he would watch jeopardy like my grandfather did(it always smelled like coffee and toast ) So my father died almost 9 months ago and my mom was going to sell it till I said no I want it .It was weird I was cleaning out the old beast and (it did not smell like coffee and toast anymore) I was saying maybe it is to much work to restore or even get this trailer back up and moving again. Ill tell you it was like a sign I am not a religious freak or even believe in the allot of that crap but I was closing the door to the trailer and whoosh I smelt coffee and toast over all the mold smell and mice poop I got goose bump real bad and said well I guess I am restore this old thing. Anyways it has been sitting in my parentís back yard half covered with leaf litter. The power has been off since about three years after the people who installed our dogís invisible fence. So the electric varmint is gone thing stop working. So it has allotted of mice nests. I know it will take about 1000 bucks to get this up and moving and livable at least. It need new brake pads and need bearing to have that done at local auto shop about 200 bucks for two axles then replace or fix the vents about 200 bucks , the screens in the front and rear 40 bucks,repaint the bathroom counter and the shower stall about 50 bucks,Replace rusted latches 32 bucks each at least three of them 96 bucks,three 12 volt three way switches 10 bucks so it will take a little money but memorys are priceless my friends there priceless allways.
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Old 05-27-2006, 08:58 PM   #8
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As far as I know those latches are available from most Airstream Dealers. They are in the $30-$40 each range. I bought some of mine from Ace Fogdall RV in Cedar Falls, IA they are Vintage Friendly. Then I got a couple more from Out-of-Doors Mart in Colfax, NC.

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Old 08-09-2006, 03:42 PM   #9
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Well news update (I know its been a while)

Finally got enough money to replace all four tires ..

Now here is what else needs :
1) Two new deep cycle batterys $80
2) Repaint bathroom counter and bathtub stall $50
3) Recarpet floor $60
4) Redo curtains $100
5) Redo or wall covering(or paint) $40
6) Check all appliances (water heater,Refrig,cabin heater,stove) $30
7) New sheet aluimium wheel wells $80(Mud flaps to)
8) New Toilet drain hose $40
9) New plastic sun vent front (just going to use sqaure plastic cover and seal cover for now. $30
10)Clean Whole trialer inside out $40

So @ $500.00 and Ill have the titanium tube up and road worthy...
WOW but it worth it ethier way. I figure by next summer it will be on the road..
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