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Old 03-22-2003, 12:24 AM   #1
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Anyone looking for interior parts?

I have a lot of interior pieces for a 31' 76 airstream. I just don't have the heart to throw them away. I have 2 (rear) twin beds, the nightstand that goes between them, a couch (although without the bottom frame), the bathroom cabinet that goes above the sink, some light covers, etc. If anyone is interested in any of these items, you can have them. You can pick them up in Austin, TX or pay for shipping and I'll put them in the mail for you! If you are interested, let me know!
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Christi and Patrick;

Thank you for posting your offer and being so generous to our little community.

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Picture of the bed...there are 2 that are almost identical...
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Now that everything is torn out...can you show us what you did? What choices did you end up making? A
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Old 03-23-2003, 08:25 PM   #8
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We're still in the process of putting things back together. We just put a queen-size bed in there today. We also found someone who was giving away an airstream couch that had been re-aplostered and matched our new interior colors. I purchased some new pieces for the bathroom as well and will hopefully have those installed this week. I will probably post some pictures this week since our families have been coming to this website to check on the progress by the pictures.
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Fabulous! Enjoy the process! And I look forward to seeing your pictures. A
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Hi,

We are interested in the light covers. We have two trailers, a 1971 and a 1974, the covers have turned brown and do not let much light through.

Not to look a gift-horse in the mouth, but if your light covers are stained as badly as our's, there would be no point in going to the trouble to send them. We have what looks like rust stains on 3 of our covers. We've tried a number of things to remove the stains but have had no luck.

Less stained area would be an improvement and your photos seem to show that your covers are in better shape.

If you still have them, please email us so we can give you our Zip and make payment arrangements.

Thanks
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Your sofa

The sofa in My "79 International fits across the front of the trailer. The cover is not too bad, but the bottom portion which is in contact with the wooden part of the sofa is completely rotted. I'd be interested in your sofa if it would fit.
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Hey guys, did you receive my private message concerning the beds and cabinet?
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Old 03-25-2003, 04:36 PM   #13
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The bed, nightstand, lights, and light covers have already been given away, but I still have the sofa and bathroom cabinets if anyone is interested.
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Old 03-25-2003, 08:16 PM   #14
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lite covers

New light lenses are inexpensive at Inland RV, less than fifteen bucks a pop. (wow, never thought I'd be able to get those two words in the same sentence!)

I replaced the ones on my Overlander and actually called Andy to complain that they are "too white", the old ones were so awfully stained. I got used to the new ones.

I saved them to put on E-bay along with my old Univolt.

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