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Old 09-11-2012, 11:15 AM   #15
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Trying again...:
And rear vista view windows...
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Old 09-11-2012, 11:34 AM   #16
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And rear vista view windows...
Yes, they both do. The Overlander only has one, while the Ambassador has one on each side. A few days ago, we had a 1973 Sovereign with rear double here as well.
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Old 09-11-2012, 05:37 PM   #17
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Old 09-11-2012, 05:47 PM   #18
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Old 09-11-2012, 05:55 PM   #19
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Among the "high points" of my walk-around, are:
40 pound Aluminum tanks. They need OPD valves, but are in great shape.
Water in the wing windows
A 2" receiver hanging off the back of the trailer (a no-no, we'll chat about that later)
one of the outriggers has holes rusted in it, it will need attention
It looks like the couch has been changed out for a later model one. Not a bad thing, I hated our couch, and replaced it with one similar to the one pictured
At one time, it had an A&E patio awning, which has been replaced by a Zip-Dee
There are a couple of wrinkles, the biggest one in the segment next to the streetside wing window
Someone has been monkeying with the dump valves, we'll see if they work without leaking, then see about replacing the belly pan at that point. It was removed for access.
The Vista View window has the broken-down film between the panes
There isn't a lot of room around the double bed back there.
The floor seems to be in pretty good shape
The tires are from 2000
The brakes are from 1974, and need a lot of parts. That, coupled with the fact the tires only dropped about an inch when the trailer got jacked up, does not bode well for the OEM axles.
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Old 09-12-2012, 02:53 PM   #20
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That looks exactly like the interior of my 1981, 31ft Excella II with the center bath but mine has twin beds in the rear. Your bathroom is identical to mine. How does you medicine cabinet latch. My latch is gone.

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Old 09-14-2012, 04:29 PM   #21
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That looks exactly like the interior of my 1981, 31ft Excella II with the center bath but mine has twin beds in the rear. Your bathroom is identical to mine. How does you medicine cabinet latch. My latch is gone.

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I am the owner and have had it for such a short period of time our friends at out of doors mart know way more than I do. They are fixing a lot of these things and I hope to be able to do it all ASAP. I want to find someone that can help me with the finish. But that will have to wait. For now just a good bath
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Old 09-14-2012, 04:30 PM   #22
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Among the "high points" of my walk-around, are:
40 pound Aluminum tanks. They need OPD valves, but are in great shape.
Water in the wing windows
A 2" receiver hanging off the back of the trailer (a no-no, we'll chat about that later)
one of the outriggers has holes rusted in it, it will need attention
It looks like the couch has been changed out for a later model one. Not a bad thing, I hated our couch, and replaced it with one similar to the one pictured
At one time, it had an A&E patio awning, which has been replaced by a Zip-Dee
There are a couple of wrinkles, the biggest one in the segment next to the streetside wing window
Someone has been monkeying with the dump valves, we'll see if they work without leaking, then see about replacing the belly pan at that point. It was removed for access.
The Vista View window has the broken-down film between the panes
There isn't a lot of room around the double bed back there.
The floor seems to be in pretty good shape
The tires are from 2000
The brakes are from 1974, and need a lot of parts. That, coupled with the fact the tires only dropped about an inch when the trailer got jacked up, does not bode well for the OEM axles.
Thanks for all the post and info. I feel like my baby just went off to boarding school.
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