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  1. Faerbairn

    I came across a thread where you mentioned you had a CADD file of your Airstream. We are looking to start making a CAD drawing for our 1958 Flying Cloud and would love to use a template. Are you open to sharing it?
  2. jerbear315
    Thanks. We have about decided to strip the vinyl and paint the metal underneath. We could change our minds though!
    Now we are struggling with the stove vent. We managed to literally rip the fan part off. It was rusted but still welded. We still have part of the vent stuck there and not sure what to do with it. Can't find anything on forums about anyone taking one out.
    Thanks for your response!
  3. jerbear315
    I know i asked you about bathroom paint in the past. I've decided to go with Tubby in the bathroom.
    I cannot tell what you did about vinyl walls and endcap in the rest of the Caravel. There has been much said on threads, differing opinions, lots of money and work with painting the vinyl. However, I want to hear what other mid 60's caravel owners did with that type of vinyl during that era.

    Jerri Lawson

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    1967 17' Caravel
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    2002 Toyota Tacoma
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