Originally Posted by MarkR
Enjoying your thread, interior looks like it's in pretty good condition. I have a '60 Tradewind (2' shorter) and it looks a lot like yours inside. I'm sure you're aware that there are many items that have value (even if they're not working).
Since my refrigerator works just fine, I'm going to guess yours does too. If it doesn't and if you're going to replace it - don't throw anything away, 'cause there are people out there (me) who would be willing to pay thru their nose for certain parts and pieces.
Good luck w/your trailer, the early 60's are great. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
(here's a link to a photo of what my table looks like (actually it is my table), i think they were still using this design in '62: 1960Tradewind6
Thanks for posting the link to the images of your Tradewind. We have the same fabric used on your front gaucho on our 1962
Safari's "double" bed's upholstered headboard. Unfortunately the previous owner reupholstered the gaucho in some crazy chartreuse tweed. Do you still have Tradewind and is the upholstery still the same? We have the original matching plaid curtains and we're thinking about listing them on eBay. PM us if you're interested.
Nice trailer by the way!