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Old 03-29-2004, 08:45 PM   #1
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I found this palce on the net. THey have many different style RV widnows on their site at diffent sizes too. I did not see any prices but they may be good?


http://www.buccaneermfg.com/index.html


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Old 03-29-2004, 09:54 PM   #2
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Kevin,

Also check for RV salvage yards; it's amazing how many new RV's get driven under low overhangs and get totaled with little real damage to other parts of the thing. Still, it's too expensive to rebuild them so they're parted out.

Also, some of those places sell parts that are overruns from a factory or 'left over' when a manufacturer changes styles. Lots of those in Indiana and Oregon at least.
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Old 03-30-2004, 10:05 PM   #3
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Hey i seen your bus bookmobile on ebay. How does it handle? Got anypics of the drivers area? IF you dont mind me askign what did you get it for. I got my bus for $1300 with 10thousand miles on a rebuilt DT466.

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Hi There, Try 'Penninsula Glass' in Vancouver, Washington for your Windows. They will make a custom set for you or they have 'Stock" glass. I don't have a number but you will find them through the web.

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I got mine for my Crown at Northwest RV Supply. In Eugene, Oregon. They have many, many windows, all sizes. Mostly tinted. Mostly used. Mine are double, insulated, tinted, screened. Very cool. And they were cheap!!!!. They cost me $47.25 apiece, new in the crate. The same window from Penninsula Glass would be about $275. If your in the neighborhood check them out.
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Hi Jerry . Do you have a phone number for NW RV Supply? I would appreciate it.

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