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Old 02-03-2012
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Peach Wood Products Incorporated
(478) 956-3667
311 Peach Wood Dr.
Byron, GA 31008

Peach Wood was the original manufacturer of many of the cabinets used in the Blue Bird line of coaches.
If you need some replacement pieces or want to add a cabinet to match yours they would be the ones I would want doing the work.
Nice people to deal with.
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Here's a link to their web site, acknowledging their Wanderlodge work:

http://www.peachwoodproducts.com/ind...es/Page483.htm

Another link showing off their cabinet doors:

https://www.facebook.com/peachwoodproducts

I'm thinking Peach Wood Products will be able to build wooden wardobe doors to replace the sliding mirror doors in our 1991 SP36. Getting those doors replaced to match the coach woodwork has been on my mind a lot, so I'm relieved to get this information. Thanks for posting your recommendation!
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Interesting. I wonder if they did the teak window treatments in the "concept" coaches?
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The boys at Peachwood are great!
They have done work for me in the past,and i have camped in their parking lot a few nights as well.

Ernie,i'm not sure they were in business when the 87's were built.
They did do a lot of work on the BMC's.
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Interesting. I wonder if they did the teak window treatments in the "concept" coaches?
I bet if you sent the specs, they could build it
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I like those insets in the entry door.
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