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Old 10-17-2008, 02:31 AM   #1
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WOW! I'm cruising around the 'net looking for all sorts of stuff, which has led me WAY off track (of course), and I came across THIS stove/sink combo. Wouldn't THAT be sleek in a FG!

http://www.camper-parts.net/show_item.php?item=SM911CV

Or how 'bout this one with the glass lid:
http://www.caravan-accessory-store.c...alog/10048.jpg

And there's this one with one lid for the sink and another for the hob:

http://www.caravan-accessory-store.c...alog/10041.jpg

I'm getting carried away here...all I was looking for was info on paneling options...veneers perhaps, or doorskins, or rat fur if I must.


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Old 10-17-2008, 08:19 AM   #2
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The last two look like SMEV products... an Italian manufacturer of high quality marine and RV items. High efficiency, low emission sealed burners with auto shutoffs... They don't just look cool, they're great. Our Oliver has a two burner, electronic ignition SMEV witht the glass cover. I love it. Several other manufacturers use SMEV products, too. I saw their covered sink with the swivel-down faucet in the new Shasta Airflyte retro trailer.
Here's a link to their distributor in Indiana. http://search.stores.ebay.co.uk/SMEV-USA__...4089763QQsofpZ0
Personally, I like the sink and stove with separate covers... You'd have a little more counterspace when cooking.
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Old 10-17-2008, 08:51 AM   #3
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I noticed those in the T[at]b trailers and thought they looked nice. I love built-in drainboards and have been sorry they went out of style for house sinks (except for high-end ones).

Here's the link to their US ebay store:

http://stores.ebay.com/SMEV-USA

Edited to add: I don't see any units with drainboards on the ebay site, but they have several in their catalog (SMEV website). Expensive but droolworthy.

www.smev.com
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Not on my pension. At 150 pounds, that's $300.00 N american. Just a bit too pricey for me.
But it is nice and shiney.
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Not on my pension. At 150 pounds, that's $300.00 N american. Just a bit too pricey for me.
But it is nice and shiney.
Don't be discouraged by the price. If you check out the SMEV Ebay store you'll see one that has a slight scratch on it for less than $100. When I purchased my SMEV stove from the Ebay store over the summer, SMEV was unloading a bunch of last year's models for 1/2 price. If you call Eldon at SMEV USA and tell him what model you're looking for he'll see if they have any seconds in stock.
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WOW! I'm cruising around the 'net looking for all sorts of stuff, which has led me WAY off track (of course), and I came across THIS stove/sink combo. Wouldn't THAT be sleek in a FG!
http://www.camper-parts.net/show_item.php?item=SM911CV
Or how 'bout this one with the glass lid:
http://www.caravan-accessory-store.c...alog/10048.jpg
And there's this one with one lid for the sink and another for the hob:
http://www.caravan-accessory-store.c...alog/10041.jpg
I'm getting carried away here...all I was looking for was info on paneling options...veneers perhaps, or doorskins, or rat fur if I must.
Jen
I understand we are getting this one on our new Trillium:

http://www.northcoach.com.au/cooktops_cramer.htm
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I understand we are getting this one on our new Trillium:

http://www.northcoach.com.au/cooktops_cramer.htm
OOH! AHH!
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