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I have just brought a 1972 aristocrate 16ft lo-liner pull behind.I was wondering where to get the right foam for the seats & the bunk beds

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City and State where you are located. Do not use zip code, you know what it means but it means nothing to the rest of us.
Mullins ,SC
Looking for parts & information on a 1972 aristocrate Lo-Liner

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Lilly the LoLiner

Lilly is my first travel trailer.She is a 1972 Aristocrate LoLiner. Not sure of the size but I think it is about 19ft or something like that. I will be posting pictures of her soon.She is in good shape now except for missing some of the foam seats & bunk bed foam.Think it is about a 4in foam.Been looking haven't found any yet, locally.I want to remodel her,as she is old,but in good shape.

Posted on September 14, 2009 at 8:41am — 1 Comment

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At 10:00pm on September 20, 2009, Michael Danielson said…
You are quite welcome Niel..I get out that way from time to time..I love traveling the east coast...So much history there..Not a big fan of the humidity though I have to say...If you ever get out this way, give me a hollar, who knows, if Im around maybe I can show you around...Im always up for a great camping trip...
At 10:41pm on September 17, 2009, Jholinne Babb said…
Sure, would be more than happy to help. This is the 3rd one we have restored and still working on #4 1966 Scotty Highlander that we ended up having to dismantle to use as a pattern. It is going to be so nice, but it is our money pit. Do you live close to Oklahoma?
At 8:10am on September 17, 2009, Michael Danielson said…
Hello Niel, Welcome to the group and thanks for asking me to be your friend..I drive truck for a living and when I am not in my truck I am in my motorhome. Therefore I guess that classifies me as a "full timer" LOL.. I live (recieve my mail) in Windsor Colorado..When I retire I plan on traveling the country and "working" at the many RV Parks and campgrounds..Again Welcome and if I can help in any way, please don't hesitate to ask..Mike



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