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Old 11-24-2021, 06:10 PM   #15
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The chance of finding a replacement piece in a wrecking yard is about neck and neck with winning the lottery, in my opinion.
Further you won't find much in cabinet shops because it is too expensive to carry inventory,
Further, your color is discontinued. Everything National used is discontinued. The Mfr constantly evolves their available product line to sustain consumer interest.

Your best bet for a piece of material to repair your damaged one is Solid Surface in Tucson AZ. You can go on-line and see their available inventory.
Each color has a name. If you have any National literature on your coach it should have that information. If not, Post a picture on here and somebody with the same coach will have it.
If not, you can send a piece to Solid Surface to verify a match.
I have purchased lots of Corian from Solid Surface.

Corian works just like wood, although I always use carbide saw and router blades.
Also, if you use their adhesive, it can be patched with invisible seams.
You will need a lot less material to repair your piece than to fabricate a replacement.

Cabinet Shops never throw away scraps because you can glue them all together and make larger pieces. Pretty much every piece I have added in my coach was fabricated from smaller pieces I glued together to the dimension I needed.
I hope this was helpful to you.
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Old 11-25-2021, 06:48 AM   #16
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2007 National Pacifica came with 2 Corian sink covers.
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