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New cushions
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Third post in a row! Can you tell we are excited to refurb our camper?Where or how do I get new cushions made for our dinette area? Any good ideas?Thanks,RyanContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sylvia Ivie May 12, 2013.

Replace pump faucet with a normal faucet.
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Hello all,I bought a 68ish little camper, probably 12-14 ft corsair. The only work that I need to do is the fun cosmetic stuff. ( this is my first camper ).The only work that is beyond paint and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sylvia Ivie May 12, 2013.

Can someone help me identify this camper I just bought?
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The previous owner called it a 1958 corsair. I can't find anything about that online.Any help would be great.Thanks,RyanContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roger Leap Feb 21, 2014.

 

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Just bought our first camper...need help identifying!

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At 8:39am on March 3, 2013, Rick & Judy Parry said…

Hi Ryan, Welcome to GORVs this site is for anyone that has or likes old rvs, just happens it looks like a restortation site, thats because when most of us get these old classics they have had alot of sitting out in the elements and some have not been looked at in years. Its a great place to get most any info about rvs and fixing them. To me your right in thinking its a late 60s trailer just going by the shape and style of it, ie window are large louvered enstead of multiple small louvers that were the norm pre about 1965 or 66. As for it being a Corsair maybe not sure that name was around back than, but Citation was, I have a friend with a 63, and Im thinking, not 100% sure that the Corsair (made by the same company) didnt come till the 70s, I was a kid back than and allways a rv buff, and still learning today. (Im not allways right, just ask my wife.lol)  Have fun with your trailer     Rick (Muskoka Guy)     

 
 
 

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