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Our soft side 1968 Mesa's box (left rear) was damaged beyond repair when we lost a wheel four years ago. Has been parked ever since. Tent was replaced eight years ago (with new canvas for Mesa II), and is in very good condition EXCEPT for some rodent damage on left bunk walls. Roof panels are undamaged.
Other parts such as cabinets, bunk end tent rails, bunk end supports, stove, sink, lift crank, Apache letters, tail lights, door, step, table, etc. may have restoration value.
We would like to realise some salvage value, but are more interested in "organ donation" to keep someone else's Apache on the road. Please e-mail or call if you could use something.
Alas, after June 30, 2004, any remaining parts will be sold to the aluminum scrap dealer, and this frame becomes a canoe trailer.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (819) 456-2914
-- Stephen Smye (email@example.com), April 15, 2004
Hi. We just acquired a 1977 Cimarron, one of the hardsided models. Would be interested in Apache letters (White), Bins for the kitchen cupboard (please provide dimensions--don't know if they are the same or not), rear taillight lens (the ones that look like footballs with ends cut off) without the backup lights (all red). Maybe you could email a picture of the taillight. Do you know what caused this terrible disaster? Was it lack of wheel bearing maintenance so that we could prevent a similar misfortune?
-- cheryle spankowski (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 18, 2004.
Hello, I have a '68 as well and would be interested in the front jack and the bolt that hold the step up while traviling as well as the step. Thanks.
-- SCott Wells (wymbiker@AOL.com), April 21, 2004.
I too am looking for some parts for my 1971 Apache trailer. Mine is in quite go shape but need to ask soem questions of someone that has one simular to mine. Please call me at 250-213-9787 cell Victoria, BC
-- Jon O'Farrell (email@example.com), May 25, 2004.
I don't know whether mine is the same model, but my 1968 Apache pop-up is all canvas, too. The bearings are shot in one of my wheel hubs. Is there any way we can tell whether you have the part I need? My beloved camper is headed for the same fate as yours if I can't fix this.
-- Deanna Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 01, 2004.
You should be able to get the barrings at any RV, or Auto part stores I would think. Just take the old in and show it to them.
-- SCott Wells (wymbiker@AOL.com), June 09, 2004.
i'm looking for the lifting chains to lift the roof of my 75 mesa
-- randy soukup (email@example.com), July 05, 2004.
I noticed the scrap date....any chance you still have the tail lights available? one will due,any more would be great.
-- Cal Frederick (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 28, 2004.