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Old 05-09-2015, 07:32 PM   #1
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After coming home and 2000k mile trip to Mexico, the So. Cal. Alpine Couch group pre-FMCA rally and the FMCA rally in Pomona, a week after returning home I had an accident with my '99 36 MDS Alpine, mostly front drivers side damage, in looking for body parts I found this company in Washington that has the original Alpine fiberglass molds.I can't use them because the cost would be over what my insurance company will allow for repair.Lucky I found a shop nearby and the insurance adjuster is working with me so they won't total my rig.I'd like to pass this info on to anybody that might need there services.
http://www.amtechcorp.com/corporate/comm_products.php
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Hi Pete

Thanks for posting the link...hopefully I won't need it! Just curious where did you go in Mexico? We haven't been for a couple of years but we have travelled all over Mexico in our RV.

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Check with Carolyn at arubreys rv in yakmia wa. Number is on alpine coach assoc website. She still has a number of fiberglass panels including fender surrounds. Might help you at a better cost
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