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Old 04-06-2017, 04:37 PM   #1
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13' Boler internal parts

I have what may be a silly question. I am completely redo doing my 13' 1970 Boler and I have removed all the internal fiberglass components. Are these worth trying to sell? I also have all the re-upholstered cushions, are these worth selling? And if so what would be a fair asking price for them?
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Old 04-06-2017, 05:06 PM   #2
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I have what may be a silly question. I am completely redo doing my 13' 1970 Boler and I have removed all the internal fiberglass components. Are these worth trying to sell? I also have all the re-upholstered cushions, are these worth selling? And if so what would be a fair asking price for them?
Welcome to FGRV George. Before you get rid of any of the interior cabinets, understand that they are supporting the shell. Without them, it will look like a bowl of Jello going down the road. If you're building something to replace them then you should be OK. There are a few threads on complete Boler rebuilds with some great mods on file here, Ian G's comes to mind that you may find helpful. BTW, we like pictures .
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Old 04-06-2017, 05:23 PM   #3
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Supports for internal

Oh yes, I have been researching my butt off. Went and got some maple to build supports for roof and building roof cabinets 3/4 of the way around. and I am so looking at all the posts and loving them. Thank you for the heads up though. I appreciate any and all input. The more the better to make this go smoother.
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Old 04-06-2017, 05:24 PM   #4
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Exactly what Dave said...I redesigned the interior of our Boler eliminating all the fiberglass fixtures and cabinets but rebuilt the inside so it would be structurally supported by the wood replacements. I created a bathroom wall and 360 degree upper cabinets to support the roof even better than the original fiberglass interior components. I did sell the fiberglass fixtures I took out, seems they are in high demand for restorations missing things.
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Old 04-06-2017, 06:16 PM   #5
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Might I ask what I should be asking for the bits as well as the new upholstery cushions
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Old 04-07-2017, 10:30 AM   #6
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Hi George,
I am interested in them. I am in the process of redoing a boler in Seattle. If you can send me some photos at azur@gogocamper.com I would take a look. Thanks
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Sounds good.
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interested in any upper end cabinets you may have.
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i have what may be a silly question. I am completely redo doing my 13' 1970 boler and i have removed all the internal fiberglass components. Are these worth trying to sell? I also have all the re-upholstered cushions, are these worth selling? And if so what would be a fair asking price for them?
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welcome to fgrv george. Before you get rid of any of the interior cabinets, understand that they are supporting the shell. Without them, it will look like a bowl of jello going down the road. If you're building something to replace them then you should be ok. There are a few threads on complete boler rebuilds with some great mods on file here, ian g's comes to mind that you may find helpful. Btw, we like pictures .
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interested in any upper end cabinets you may have.
I only have the kitchen upper. But I Posted​ pictures of all the items.
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There is absolutely value in all of them. I have recently seen people on some of the boler groups on fb looking for both the upper cabinets and cushions. I would join some of those groups if you haven't already and see who will buy them from you. As for value.....?
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Ty very much
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