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Old 05-02-2009, 09:12 PM   #1
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What's this supposed to look like?

This is my first post, just because an A/S owner last Monday. 68 Trade Wind. The floor in the rear bath was rotten and the black tank pan was gone. The black tank was supported on pressure treated wood between the rails. What I need are pics from all angles of how the rear is put together and is supposed to look. I have the floor out and am waiting on paint to clean up the frame before I install new floor and plumbing. I will have to have a pan made for the black tank. I don't know how the bumper storage area is supposed to look either as the one on my A/S has been redone out of galvanized sheet.Anyway, thanks in advance for any advice or pics.
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