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Old 08-09-2010, 03:30 PM   #1
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Can any help ID this?

Hi Everyone!! I am new to this site. I already own a vintage 1963 Shasta Airflyte however I found this beauty sitting back in a wooded field and recently purchased. For sitting unused over 26 years, it is in great shape with no leaks. Just alot of heavy duty scrubbing. My only problem is, I have no idea the make. It does have a vin# of 1xx9 P. From the date of the appliances, it is a 1961. The turquoise strip on the street side is faded and it does say "Northeastern" and under that "Green Bay, Wisconsin" painted within the stripe.
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i dont have a clue but what a great find
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You might go over to Tin Can Tourist and see if they can identify it.

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I had a similar looking one in 1960, it was called a Lynnewood, still have the frame
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