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Originally Posted by 1973 Owner
Can you get these out without destroying them? What about other tubs etc.?
All interior furnishings entered your Airstream through the entry door so it is possible to remove any of the interior furnishings. The general recommendation is to reverse the factory installation scheme . . . installation began at the rear and worked forward . . . so removal begins at the front and works to the rear. Removing just the bath components typically requires removing most of the bedroom furniture first.
Since the floor in my Overlander was sound, I didn't want to remove the interior compoenets to refinish the bathroom. Not being good with spray painting equipment, I sought out a professional bathroom refinisher to refinish my coach's bathroom. I was fortunate to find one who happened to be a collector car hobbyist who offered me a great price of less than $500 for the complete job. The transformation was amazing . . . from stained Avacado Green to a much warmer feeling Antique Pewter finish. The before and after photos are below:
Above -- Bathtub before Refinishing
Below -- Bathtub after Refinishing
Good luck with your investigation!