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Old 09-26-2010, 08:56 PM   #1
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I have been restoring a 72 Brave and was about done and hit by thieves...Now need a door and the stove knobs for a 3 burner gas Pioneer brand drop in range. ideas for parts oor pictures of the originals would be appreciated.
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Hi jayjayks and welcome to the group. You might get some help in the Vintage RV section, or maybe the Winnebago Owners board.
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I have been restoring a 72 Brave and was about done and hit by thieves...Now need a door and the stove knobs for a 3 burner gas Pioneer brand drop in range. ideas for parts oor pictures of the originals would be appreciated.
Welcome to iRV2. We are glad you found us. Sorry to hear about your theft problem. I am sure it takes an edge off the joy of your project. Gary has given you good advice and hopefully you will get some answers. Post often and share your restoration project with us.

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