'68 Overlander Rear Access Door
I just acquired a '68 Overlander Double. The rear access door is in good shape and has a locking T-handle. It has been held in place by two pieces of duct tape placed diagonally over the top corners of the door. On page 107 of the owner's manual they call it the 'One-Stop Service Center'. The photo shows the door completely removed as if it just comes off rather than being attached by a hinge. So my question is, What holds it in place? On the inside of the door panel, there are four screw holes and it looks like the T handle also operated two pieces of aluminum that fit into rectangular holes in the door frame. That would hold the bottom in place, but what about the top? Mystery to me.