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Old 06-23-2006, 12:52 PM   #1
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'69 Overlander needs window

I need the window that is just forward of the door, The top window that opens up, including frame and hinge is 22.5" High and 18.5" wide. Just how the glass could be replaced is not readily apparent. Also need the center vent assembly. 23.25 X 12 inch hole. looks like it just cranks up.
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I need the window that is just forward of the door, The top window that opens up, including frame and hinge is 22.5" High and 18.5" wide. Just how the glass could be replaced is not readily apparent. Also need the center vent assembly. 23.25 X 12 inch hole. looks like it just cranks up.
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Chewelah! Are you Khan-Do Electric? I saw an AS parked there when we were looking for our AS many months ago.

Welcome to the forums. You'll find helpful information and people here. Use the search function above to look through the threads, as much of what you will need has probably already been discussed - and feel free to ask away.

Pictures - whenever possible post pictures so we all know what you are talking about. There should be a number stamped into the window frame - starts with HEHR ....... That will help in locating exactly what you need. There are a few places that stock vintage parts, Colaws is one (link below)

http://www.colawrvsalvage.com/ or try http://www.azrvinc.com/

InlandRV has the vent cover if this is what you are looking for: http://www.inlandrv.com/parts/83179-lens2.jpg
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Sorry the '69 had the Corning windows not HEHR
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I believe your '69 had rounded corner aluminum framed windows which are common up into the '70's. These are still available through AS dealers.
Replacement glass only is available for frameless Corning windows from VintageTrailerSupply.com for the '66-'68 models.
Frame and hinge extrusion is no longer available, but I understand someone is working on reproducing it for the '66-'68 models.
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Nope not them, this was out on the Addy -Gifford road and was priced so low almost didn't bother to call, but glad we did, some little problems like the window, but otherwise pretty straight in and out. And she brought it to my house to boot. Have inquiries out to both of those places.
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Nope not them, this was out on the Addy -Gifford road and was priced so low almost didn't bother to call, but glad we did, some little problems like the window, but otherwise pretty straight in and out. And she brought it to my house to boot. Have inquiries out to both of those places.
Sounds like you got a deal - I ended up driving over 500 miles to get our '64
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