We bought a gutted 1963
with a redone frame and floor. We have the interior skins and some random parts. (Vintage lights, aluminum trim, outlets, etc) We know that it is a rear bath, rear side double bed floor plan. We are missing some compartment doors and roof vent caps. We are trying to figure out what everything is and what is supposed to go where, so we can figure out our new layout.
One thing that has puzzled us is an oval opening on the roof to the right of the door from the inside or the left of the door from the outside. Currently, there is a cracked, caulked and painted over plastic dome covering it on the outside. At first, we were thinking that it was supposed to be a vista view window. But the size didn't seem right 4.5"x16" and I hadn't seen any 1963s with those.
So a photo online and the floorplan has me wondering if perhaps this is actually supposed to be a fridge vent? And there is supposed to be flange with a screen and a half moon shaped aluminum cover on it?
Also, there are 2 small square key locked compartment doors high and low in the same part of the wall behind the door. (The oval opening with the odd painted and caulked plastic dome is directly above those) What are those for? It seems odd to have small locking doors that would open up to the back of the fridge