200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Hudspethtb
Where do I look for the model number? Are the plastic parts, like the bottom, or inside lid available?
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Chucker
I see no one has replied @Hudspethtb

I don't recall any of my Coleman coolers having model numbers on them. Most with plastic bottoms will have a production date however. Yes, some parts are available from our host at this link:
https://www.oldcolemanparts.com/search.php?mode=search&page=1&keep_https=yes

I've used some long setting urethane sealant, 3M below the waterline stuff, to repair the inside of lids. It takes a few days to cure but it's good stuff. They have newer stuff that cures in 24 hours but I haven't tried it: 3M 4200FC is the part number for the stuff. 
Chuck
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Hudspethtb
Thanks! My biggest issue is actually the outside bottom. You'd think someone would have made a vacuform replacement by now.
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