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Old 08-04-2010, 12:53 PM   #1
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My new to me 1969 Winnebago Trailer

I have just bought a 1969 Winnebago travel trailer. Yea! I'm so excited. It's my first camper, though I used to go camping with my family many yrs ago.

It needs a complete restoration. I am having trouble finding any information on Winnebago trailers. Does anyone know where to find info on these trailers? So far everything I find is about the motorhomes.

I am also looking for someplace to get some of the restoration work done. It may need to be taken right down to the frame. ALL the plumbing, and propane lines have been ripped out by the previous owner, as well as all the appliances and kitchen area. I intend to live in this fulltime so need some upgrades done, better insulation, etc. Does anyone have any recommendations or references to offer concerning companies that do this type of work? Books or websites that offer lots of good detailed info?

Thank you,
Milklady
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Old 08-05-2010, 09:27 PM   #2
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Congratulations Milklady & Welcome!!!

I have a vintage TT but she is not nearly as 'vintage' as yours is!

I do not know how far away you are from this guy but he does beautiful work with vintage TT's.

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Good Luck!

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