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Old 11-09-2014, 03:25 PM   #1
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1962 22' Safari
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Vista Views.

Hi all,

I am very new to the Airstream seen and I am looking for some advise on the vista view windows.

I am currently working on my 1962 22' safari.

I am looking to fit bunk beds across the rear of my trailer where the bathroom used to be, but the rear window is too big to have one bed below it and one above it, I don't really want to have the top bunk going across the middle of the window so my idea is this. I'm thinking of removing the complete rear panel including the window, replacing it with a new panel and then cutting in two vista view windows so the bunk beds can have a window each. The bottom window will have to be smaller than the top one because it needs to fit between the tail lights. Has anybody seen this, heard of or tried this before? I'm still very unsure about the appearance this will give of the trailer. Any comments will be greatly appreciated
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