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Old 09-04-2016, 08:56 PM   #1
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Do You Think it Can be Fixed?

Got these photos from a friend. Anyone know anything about what happened?
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Got these photos from a friend. Anyone know anything about what happened?
Wow Don, looks like it rolled......as far as being fixed......the whole upper frame works is shot from what I see in the pictures.......parts is all that looks like is left....
It will be interesting to find out what happened.......
Looks like after it got back on its feet, a home made front was made so they could drive it
Maybe caught up in a tornado??
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Guess they must be waiting for Ins. Adjuster to finish appraisal
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Old 09-04-2016, 11:11 PM   #5
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OK Don - Please follow up with the 'Rest of the Story'.

You of course know this is a salvage rig.

But, to play along:

"I've got a 'Diamond in the Rough', a real buying opportunity, for you on the back lot. Just came in, and I'll show it to you before it gets prepped for display.

You know, a little bonds, a dab here, a dab there - of JB Weld - and it will be 'Right as rain!' - and then can spend many years ahead driving on the left side of the highway..."

All kidding aside, sad to see any coach look like that. Please let us know what happened.

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Just because it can be fixed, and with enough money anything can, doesn't mean it should be fixed.
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and I thought the DW and her friends had a power washing party...
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I would guess it was totalled and sold for salvage...probably has many thousands of dollars worth of parts.

Maybe on it's way to the "breaker" as they call it in the UK (recyclers here in the states)?

Just a guess
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a little ducktape, some bondo and wood glue and it will be just fine!
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They should put 19" tires on the right side
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That will buff out!
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Look like a lot of the vehicles at Walmart!
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It looks like Ohio tags, they must have driven across IN. It did pass OH inspection to be on the road... LOL toad tow bar looks bent, guess it was beyond repair...
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