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Old 08-03-2004, 05:08 PM   #1
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Question Replacement Fold Out Table for 74 Safari

I have recently acquired and am in the process of renovating a 1974 23' Safari. The trailer is missing the fold out table used in front of the couch. Does anyone know the best way to approach this? I am thinking if snayone had plans I could build a new one or possibly find a good used one out there.

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Old 08-03-2004, 06:57 PM   #2
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I have recently acquired and am in the process of renovating a 1974 23' Safari. The trailer is missing the fold out table used in front of the couch. Does anyone know the best way to approach this? I am thinking if snayone had plans I could build a new one or possibly find a good used one out there.

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If it's the same one as I have I can photo it for you. Is yours a double? (one gaucho in the front) If so, is the credenza (wall mount) piece still there? There will be one half of the sliding hinge attached to the underside.
The 'twin' version has the same table but without a folding leg.
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The 74 Safari is the two twin bed configuration with a single gaucho/couch in front. The credenza and table hinges are in tact. Do you alos own a 1974 23' Safari?
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Old 08-05-2004, 12:05 AM   #4
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The 74 Safari is the two twin bed configuration with a single gaucho/couch in front. The credenza and table hinges are in tact. Do you alos own a 1974 23' Safari?
No just the '67 but it may be the same layout. FYI- yours is called a " Double" (i.e. -2 double bed gauchos).The 'Twin" is 2 twin beds ,curb and streetside in the front where your single gaucho is in the front.
My digital camera got stolen but I'll see if I have a picture of the double I solld.
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I have Credenza and Table for sale.
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I have Credenza and Table for sale.
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My 73 Safari has the credenza including the hinge, but no table.
Do you still have the table? Even if not, could you describe it? Specifically, what material is it made from?

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Smily I am missing the fold out table for the front of my 1969 Caravel. Is your table what I need?
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Old 12-19-2004, 06:33 AM   #8
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Cool Folding table

Just a thought. My '75 Tradewind no longer had the fold out intalled. So I made a folding table that stores as an end table.
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Wow - very nice table - can you post of picture of the underneath so I can see how you built it?

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Here you go. The 2 legs swing in out of the way. Let me know if you need more info?
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Thanks! Very nice job

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