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Old 10-25-2014, 02:07 AM   #15
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It did not have any #'s on the taillights? it would be the last two, like 68, or 62, or something like that? You can look at the clearance light's too, maybe they will give you a clue? Rail!
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I think I will just go for a rebuilt trailer titel they do that hear in TN and I have plenty of pics. I have removed all the interior and have started rebuilding the frame. I found one on Good Old RVs - Vintage RVs for the rest of us... that looks just like mine and his is a 1968 The key feature is the straight body line across the wheels any newer and the body comes up around the wheels.
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Good to hear your moving ahead on the rebuild, how about some pics.
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Have you opened the cabinet above the sink and looked for a tag on the outside wall?
This would be a build tag but might have the info you need.
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