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Old 04-12-2020, 08:33 AM   #1
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Anyone truly restoring a 1964 Trade Wind and needs the fiberglass tub and bench assem

Hello,

We've modified the bathroom a little in our 1964 Trade Wind and are trying to decide if we should build a new shower area, or cut the bench off of the fiberglass tub/bench combo and use the tub.

Is there anyone looking to truly restore their trailer to the original layout and needs this piece?

No guarantees, but it might help us swing our decision one way or another if we know people are looking for it before we cut it up.

If anyone is reading this and has a great bathroom layout, please post a picture or a link.
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