NEW Cushion Material/Retro style - 13 yds - Fiberglass RV


 
 
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Old 02-05-2011, 03:24 PM   #1
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NEW Cushion Material/Retro style - 13 yds

I have just enough of the same yellow/brown RETRO plaid material and tan naughahyde to re-do your old worn out cushions! (Brand new {old} material, still on the original bolt rolls)

Please see my ad w/pictures on Portland Craigslist, listed on Feb. 5th at about 12:30 PM.

$125
Call: Barbara @503-312-5665 for more info
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Old 02-07-2011, 12:06 PM   #2
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Do you have a link to your ad?
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Old 02-07-2011, 12:25 PM   #3
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Do you have a link to your ad?
Jim,
This link should get http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/rvs/2197357284.html you there. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call me (my number is listed in the Craigslist ad) or send me a PM on the RV site.
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That is very retro. Almost pre fiberglass era, though. It looks like 40's to 50's stuff. I would hit the canned ham folks with that. They'd be salivating!
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Old 02-07-2011, 07:06 PM   #5
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Matt,
It's actually the exact same plaid material, complete with a rubberized backing on the plaid, that was used on Eggs from the 70's and into the early 80's. I would love to have the canned ham site, if you have a link to it.
Thanks!
Glad to hear that your Escape saga ended happily...I was the 2nd person in line to buy it but knew it was over my capabilities to assess and to fix. Glad it went to you!
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Barbara - Here are a couple links that might be of interest

Teardrops & Tiny Travel Trailers :: View Forum - For Sale/Wanted

Tin Can Classifieds - Trailers For Sale - Powered by PhotoPost Classifieds

Vintage Shasta Trailer Forum - Home

Good Old RVs

and lots of interesting links here:

Aluminum Fever
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Old 02-08-2011, 07:32 AM   #7
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Cool Sites!

Thanks, Matt. I've added the tincantourists to my favorites list. My only wish is that they were LIGHTER to tow!!!

Retro oozes fom every pore of their aluminum shells...can't get enough of the retro feel.
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Barbara, Shasta started remanufacturing some vintage look campers, I was looking at some on the web before I found fiberglass.

I am not sure if the line got dropped the Coachmen links all go to Error not Found!

But check out these older blog links

Classic Shasta Travel Trailer is Back!

New Shasta: our friend’s electric
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Old 02-11-2011, 02:36 PM   #9
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Retro NEW Material for Cushions

I would be willing to take a 'Best Offer', if a member of our site would like to buy my 13 yds of new material. If I don't get a quick nibble from this site, I'll probably post it on E-bay.

If I take it off the 2 separate heavy cardboard fabric bolts, the material will easily fit into one of the UPS larger boxes...I think it's only $14-15 dollars for shipping anywhere in the USA.

Thanks for looking!

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FYI, the Tin Can Tourists are not just limited to metal trailers. I'm a member, and there are other FG trailers in their membership. I've been to their michigan gathering twice, and plan to go again in May. So for those of you looking for more friendships, and if you just enjoy camping in a 'retro' camping world, join up!
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I would be willing to take a 'Best Offer', if a member of our site would like to buy my 13 yds of new material. If I don't get a quick nibble from this site, I'll probably post it on E-bay.

If I take it off the 2 separate heavy cardboard fabric bolts, the material will easily fit into one of the UPS larger boxes...I think it's only $14-15 dollars for shipping anywhere in the USA.

Thanks for looking!
Barbara
As you already know, we TRIED (LOL ) to make a personal 'offer' Feb 15th but in that huge metropolis you live in we couldn't find ya!!!
We now know WHERE you were, ....spending QUALITY time outta town.
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Is this still available? I noticed the CL ad is expired
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Old 02-21-2011, 09:45 PM   #13
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Is this still available? I noticed the CL ad is expired
Brian,
It is still for sale.
My Craigslist ad (with pictures) expired after a week, and I've been swamped with family matters and haven't had time to repost it there or put it on E-bay.
I'm away from my computer until tomorrow. I could send you pictures of the material in the morning, if you give me your email address.
Thanks!
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Cushion Material is still Available

Hope you received my email with pictures...I'm still new at uploading pictures...
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