Your previous post asked:
Did you just "go to Walmart" and buy new Tupperware-style bins and find they fit?
Actually yes, we did and they do.
We bought several of those flat plastic boxes with a lid, and are using them in place of the bins under the bed. The size is just right and the advantage is the lid. Things stay a lot cleaner inside.
We use them in a 1974 & 1971. There is a good chance yours are the same size.
We have tried to make our current (1974 29') AS livable, without trying to make it into a restored showroom piece of art.
If this is what you have in mind, you will find that:
_ some things are AS specific, and cost a lot
_ luckily, a lot of other things are not. Some can be faked:
example: we had a broken - curved - front window on our 1971. It broke while on the road, so we had to "fake" it on the spot. We used a piece of Lexan. And it worked great. Cost a few $, a lot of elbow grease. You do not want to know the price installed from an AS dealer.
The door handle for the oven broke. Mike made a nice replacement with a flat piece of scrap aluminium. Much better and cheaper than the original.
Awning: you can always have a custom made one made from a local awning company (making store awnings). We priced them a long time ago. Much cheaper. And as good.
Mattresses, custom made, I can send you sources.
the tambour doors, but only one (the wraparound bottom cabinet door) needs to be replaced
This is the one going bad on all AS. We just left it the way it is. Half of it works, nothing has been falling off in close to 100,000 miles.
A lot of other things I will think of.