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Old 12-24-2007, 03:52 AM   #1
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Hi. I googled. I'm stumped. Does anyone know where I might get one of these or something similar in the U.S.? I'm supposing shipping from the UK would make it rather expensive.

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Old 12-24-2007, 03:59 AM   #2
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I was fascinated by one like this on a train, but that was many years ago.
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Old 12-24-2007, 04:38 AM   #3
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You can give these guys a buzz.
http://www.winnebagoparts.com/lesharo-renault/
I think they used one of those sinks in the smaller Rialto type VW based camper. Or something like it.
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I think those are called "Pullman" sinks, they were/are common on trains.

My sister has a Lasharo, and the bathroom arrangement is very slick. The whole room pulls out when needed for shower etc then slide back and makes the interior of the Moho MUCH bigger.

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I think the "Pullman" name is the key to finding these things, as we discussed in earlier topics about folding sinks (e.g. What more could you ask for !, Europeans are way ahead). I think this is a clever and useful idea; I've seen it used in a Class B motorhome.

Another match from a Search for Pullman: Cool sink on E-bay!, Re-doing your kitchen?


Maybe I'm crazy, but does anyone else find it interesting that the originators of this topic and first one linked above are both named Bonnie (but are different people in different places), have nearly identical trailers of a somehat unusual style (but of different makes), and are both looking into fold-up sinks?
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