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Old 01-14-2007, 11:14 PM   #1
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Cabinet tear down.. what should I save?

As I take down the cabinetry in my '75 Tradewind, how much should I save? In other words, what would be useful to other Tradewind owners? Thanks, Pam
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Old 01-15-2007, 11:14 AM   #2
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One mans trash is another mans treasure. Unless you have someone local to pick it up shipping costs soon outweighs the value. When I stripped out my Globetrotter, I stored the interior parts for a couple of months while I advertised the parts for free to a new home. I finally got tired walking around the mess, and took it all to the dump.
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For starters, save the aluminum extrusions that hold the bulkheads to the inside skin. I would go as far as saving all loose aluminum extrusions the you come across. You wll need some of them when you rebuild.
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I'll take the tambour doors, any condition, in a heartbeat. Tell me what you want for em $.
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I'll take the tambour doors, any condition, in a heartbeat. Tell me what you want for em $.
The tambour doors are in such bad condition... that is why I am building new cabinets. But, I will have all of the parts and tracks etc. As soon as I figure out how to post a picture I put up some pictures of them. It could be a few months before they are out. Send me a private message so I will have your information. I am happy to help if I can. Pam
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