Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer
Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer

Airstream Original Aluminum Camper Single Hinge Entry Door from 1970s Trailer

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Details

This is a door from an early 70s trailer. It should fit many other years and models from 1969-1974 but please double check measurements. It may also be possible to modify this for use with trailers from 1975 to the 80s.  The hinge is broken and non-functional. 

  • Original Airstream part
  • Single hinge configuration
  • Includes: Door, bottom trim
  • Measurements: 67-3/4 x 28-1/4 outer edge, 64-5/8 x 26-3/4 inner edge, 1-1/2 thick.
  •  Refurb/repair suggestions: replace lock, use aluminum patch to cover any cosmetic gaps, remove and replace hinge, clean thoroughly.

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    Each part has a story from the road behind that is as unique as you and I. While we certainly guarantee the part to be functional, we cannot account for every single cosmetic detail. We do our best to photograph each part in all of its glory, but sometimes the tiny cosmetic details cannot be seen or are missed. Some of the common cosmetic flaws, common to a part of this period can include: small amounts of corrosion (for aluminum, likely due to steel hardware touching the aluminum), slight bends and dings, rogue rivets or rivet holes. They may also be slightly out of measure due to seal expansion or trailer movement. Most of the windows will need a new rubber seal unless you opt to purchase it refurbished. Each of these items is backed by our 14 day return policy if you’re unsatisfied.