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Old 06-29-2010, 09:53 AM   #1
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1967 17' Caravel
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Wheel Well

So.... I bought a basket case of a 1967 Caravel. Just a shell and a frame. I have done a lot of work with the frame and getting the floor in place. The trailer did not have wheel wells (nor much of anything else for that matter)(did I mention a tree had fallen on it?) when I purchace and therfore I cannot figure out how to attach new ones. Three sides of the wheel well are eazy, my problem is... how do I attach new wheel well to outer skin or do I attach them to the outerskin? Anyone have some good photo's that would aid me? Other questions to follow.
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