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Old 03-03-2007, 04:16 PM   #1
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Need advice on 62 Overlander project

are these the original tiles on the floor, and the paint job on the walls?

My husband thinks it is, but I tend to dis agree.

anyone know?

need help to get mattresses sizes are 34 x 75 where is a good place to shop?
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Old 03-03-2007, 05:39 PM   #2
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Floors look original....they would be asbestos. If its painted its not original. Lets see more pics....looks good.

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Old 03-03-2007, 06:12 PM   #3
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Actually, in 1962 the walls were painted with Zolatone. Shari has her wonderful Vintage Airstream Features guide that tells all. Those are definitely original floor tiles, especially if they measure 9"x9" - that means they ARE asbestos and aren't made anymore.

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Mattress sources

If you search for "mattress" and "custom" and manufacture" you should find several threads for mattress sources. Camping World sells one that is close to that size.. Trailer Life magazine and Good Sam magazine feature ads from companies that make mattresses to order for RV's.. Shipping can be pricey, so finding local source is better than far awy factory...

Also interesting discussions about foam types, and use of Sleep Number mattresses or foam Tempur-pedic type mattresses... Any mattress can have a 1" or 2" memory foam "topper" added to make it softer, and those can be found online for ~ $60 in single/twin sizes ....

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I have a snap fish album with many more Pic to see... I will add the link:

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