Metzendorf travel trailer


Metz

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The interior walls and cabinets are usually fastened to the roof and outside walls to provide strength and support to the camper body. Go to youtube and search for mobiltec. This gentleman helps out a viewer with a similar situation to yours.
 

D'Lynn

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The interior walls and cabinets are usually fastened to the roof and outside walls to provide strength and support to the camper body. Go to youtube and search for mobiltec. This gentleman helps out a viewer with a similar situation to yours.
Thanks so much.
 

Megamania

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Lori tried to answer your private note, but was not able. I checked with my step mother. Searched through the parts in the garage and was not able to find any name plates or brochures. There are some vents, small windows, gas stove parts, one gold tone sink, door locks/handle, handle used outside beside the door. The area needs a good cleaning and there may be more. Said she would get her son to look through it all. I don't see her often, but did give it a try for you. Sorry there were no name plates.
Hello! I am currently in the process of restoring a 63 metzendorf! Any chance you still have some of those parts? Especially window hardware? But I would probably be interested in any of it!! Let me know I realize this is an old forum. Fingers crossed!!!
 

Metz

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I don't have any spare parts to offer, but I was able to find some window hardware for my 63' Metzendorf at vintagetrailersupply.com. If you are in need of window gaskets, vintagetrailergaskets.com is a great source as well. Once in a while a vintage window will show up on Ebay that you can scavenge parts from. Sourcing missing parts for vintage campers is not easy these days. The cost, especially the shipping can be prohibitive. Good luck with your Metzendorf!
 
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