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Old 08-05-2015, 12:54 PM   #1
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Wall and Roof Construction

Hello National RV Owners

This is my first Post, I'am allready new in this Forum.
My Name is Damian, I'am from Switzerland, we have now the third RV, all Europeans and now we want to change in a higher League...

Right now i can buy an 1999 Sea Breeze 1310, but I have som Questions...
It is hard to find some Brochures or Descriptions about those older Rv's.

Does anyone know, how the Roof an the Wall is constructed?
I found this: DuraFrame by National RV, but it looks from an newer National Rv.?

The Sea Breeze, I'am looking for is in very good shape, nearly no rust, drives slow and steady and looks dry and clean.
This would be for me the first American Rv and, I hope so, not the last...

Thank You in Advance for Your Help.

Greetings, Damian from Switzerland
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This link may help, the 1997 seabreeze has some cutaway pictures that might be interesting for you. link below

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Another resource, National RV Archives

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Old 08-07-2015, 12:39 PM   #4
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Hi Folks

Thank You all for the Help!

Unfortunately there is no Picture from the Wall, only Roof.
But the Wall worries me more then the Roof, we have seen a Lot of RV's where the Gelcoat was resolved from the Plywood underneath.

We have right now the selection about a Sea Breezer, 1999 and a Damon Intruder, 1999.
But the Intruder has Wood in the Wall Construction...

Thanks

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National built their units wit steel frame with the outside, insulation and inner wall all pressure laminated Together.
Over on yahoo group in files section are lots of documents and all built same. Differences between models are mostly what options come standard.
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