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Old 12-24-2010, 11:25 AM   #1
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Interior of 1989 Avion 34V

HERE are the photos of the interior with the new carpet, vinyl, curtains, and bed spreads.

Right now the trailer is out of commission. I have one of the three axles off the trailer and getting ready to replace them.

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Lookin' good!Y'all do nice work....
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Wow, Ken, nice job. Excellent choice muting the colors, I might add. The furniture still looks great. You should be very proud, we are!

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wow, very nice indeed. great job.

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Ken, I see you have what appears to be the same accordion-style folding doors as we have on our '88 Winnie Super Chief - are yours still in good shape? Ours look to have been a bit abused - still quite serviceable, but did require some repair and TLC - I'd like to replace them at some point, but not sure where to find them. We have 2 of this style folding door, separating the bathroom from the kitchen and also the bedroom.

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The accordion fold doors are the original wood doors. Still in great shape except for a a couple of minor dings.

The color choices go strictly to my wife. The original carpet was a dark rose color and the curtains were sort of yuck.

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name of town doesnt ring a bell but i used renneck trailers for my custom axel was a 6000# with brakes for $260 each
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