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Old 10-02-2013, 08:33 PM   #1
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'72 Overlander front window plastic(?) interior frames

Hi Everyone!

This is my first post ~ we are in the process of getting our airstream ready for winter to live in full time. We have a whole crew working on it (luckily) but we have run into a problem we are having a hard time solving. The interior frames in the front are cracked. We will eventually have to replace but for now we are trying to make them look better. Anyone have any luck filling cracks and painting them? If so, what products did you use? Thanks so much.
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