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Old 04-19-2009, 12:27 PM   #1
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Talking Finally got my new to me trailer

It took awhile but I got it here finally, its a 1974 Coachmen Cadet, needs some work on the soft floor and a few other things but its gonna be worth it, I am excited to start on restoring it
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Old 04-19-2009, 01:27 PM   #2
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Looking good.LOL-welcome to the tape measure club.
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Well Thank you, glad to be here, gonna need alot of help and advice for this one, looks like I will have to fix the really soft floor, or should I say the crater in the floor, which i hope wont be to hard of a fix and a few other "treasures" as I call them yet to be found, just gonna work on it alittle bit at a time
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Looks good. The Ivy stencil is a bit odd looking.

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yea it does, now gotta figure out how to get that and the stick on lettering off without scraching the original paint, any ideas? and I need to find pictures of what it is supposed to look like in the back, they took out the one side bench and I think maybe there was a table there to so it would come down and be a bed, I think, I cant seem to find pics of this year and model
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