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Old 06-16-2015, 02:47 PM   #1
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3 years in the dreaming, children who grew 15" combined in 2 years and one month in the making, we are still blown away by how much in love we are with this renovation of our 31' 1982 International's living area (for the second time). For full details and photos, visit our blog site:

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Old 06-16-2015, 05:55 PM   #2
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3 years in the dreaming, children who grew 15" combined in 2 years and one month in the making, we are still blown away by how much in love we are with this renovation of our 31' 1982 International's living area (for the second time). For full details and photos, visit our blog site:



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Dang that's beautiful work!!! Congrats! You must love it! Happy camping!!
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Very nice work and nice documentation on the blog.
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Would you be able to contact your upholstery guy and find out who his source in California for the latches. I have been looking for them but can't seem to find them. Saw those on a architecture site and thought they were awesome. Glad to hear that they are.


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Would you be able to contact your upholstery guy and find out who his source in California for the latches. I have been looking for them but can't seem to find them. Saw those on a architecture site and thought they were awesome. Glad to hear that they are.


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My husband found them online by searching "marine cabinet latches". They are the plastic and stainless steel push button ones. I cannot locate the receipt at this time. Around $15 each.
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Thank you! We do!!!
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