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Old 01-12-2018, 04:42 AM   #2241
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JoanJeff - I'm jsut now applying for title transfer for my Outlaw that has a similar color scheme. It asks for "Vehicle color". What color did you put? Black? Red? Brown? Tan?

Wonder if others with similar graphics might remember?
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Baloo, We just used what the original title had, which was 'Red'. I believe Thor calls it 'Fire Opal'. But I think you can call it whichever of those you prefer out of the ones you listed, as long as it is one your state allows on the form. It probably varies by state, but I believe some even allow two colors to be listed when appropriate, as it certainly would be for the Outlaw.
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Old 01-12-2018, 12:16 PM   #2242
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That looks really nice, beautiful job!

Is that a graphic that is featured in your OTL's interior?
Well I found out that the sofa bed does indeed have the graphic! We put the Outlaw straight into storage the day we got it and I hadn't noticed it...
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Old 01-13-2018, 07:26 AM   #2243
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baloo, I'd be tempted to list that coach's color, if it were mine, as "Not White" and let them figure out what to do with it.

Can you imagine the look on a Troopers face when he runs your plates on a stop and see the color listed as "Not White"?
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Old 01-13-2018, 07:52 AM   #2244
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baloo, I'd be tempted to list that coach's color, if it were mine, as "Not White" and let them figure out what to do with it.

Can you imagine the look on a Troopers face when he runs your plates on a stop and see the color listed as "Not White"?
Hah! Like that idea. Not sure if the DMV would take "not white" -- IIRC, they have about a dozen choices from a set list of colors, and you have to make one of their choices fit your car's actual color.
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This is my first post. It's a test post to see if my dropbox hosted pictures will display correctly. This is my 2014 37MD Renovation that I just completed. Will post more soon. Thanks for the awesome forum!
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Old 01-16-2018, 03:26 PM   #2246
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Hah! Like that idea. Not sure if the DMV would take "not white" -- IIRC, they have about a dozen choices from a set list of colors, and you have to make one of their choices fit your car's actual color.
Just as follow up, the DMV took 2 colors, so I gave black and gold.
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This is my first post. It's a test post to see if my dropbox hosted pictures will display correctly. This is my 2014 37MD Renovation that I just completed. Will post more soon. Thanks for the awesome forum!
Wow -- neat! So you took out the patio door and made that a large opening, plus must have moved your hot water heater and made the area under the loft stairs into a useable space for your W/D and cabinets.
Is the bed in the garage area removeable for a vehicle, or have you decided you won't use it as a GAR?

Regardless, that patio ramp of the later Outlaws is irreplaceable in regards to practicality, huh.

Did you post more than one pic of your rennovations?
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/34oz0uina9....56-3.jpg?dl=0

This is my first post. It's a test post to see if my dropbox hosted pictures will display correctly. This is my 2014 37MD Renovation that I just completed. Will post more soon. Thanks for the awesome forum!


If you post the photo's URL from the "advanced" reply menus, we should be able to see it in the post, like:


What is the bar and reflective surface on the left, above the bed?
How much of the washer closet is inside the old garage?
Got any more photos?

That is pretty darn nice
Thanks for sharing!

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Just as follow up, the DMV took 2 colors, so I gave black and gold.
Hmmm...wonder why those two colors
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Outlaw 37md Renovation

In 2017 we visited 32 states and had a great time on the road. While returning home for the holidays, I decided to do a quick renovation to make it more livable for our family of 4.

Renovations Included:
1. Built wall to close in the garage, including power receptacle for patio use and a pass through storage solution for long items.
2. Built in bed with 3 drawer storage
3. Built in laundry space with 2 laundry shoots for dark and light
4. Added electric fireplace
5. Built in crib for my 13 month old and a 3rd that's on her way in 2018
6. Removed carpet and large bed from loft, replaced with small bed for my 4 year old and more play space
7. Removed sliding door, cased the frame and build in a new stair between living and garage
8. New floors throughout
9. New toilet (dropped bottle of perfume shattered the top of our previous one)

We ran out of time to finish the front of the Outlaw, but hope to tackle that next Christmas when we are back home. Let me know if you have any questions. I will try to post more pics of work being done.
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Wow -- neat! So you took out the patio door and made that a large opening, plus must have moved your hot water heater and made the area under the loft stairs into a useable space for your W/D and cabinets.
Is the bed in the garage area removeable for a vehicle, or have you decided you won't use it as a GAR?

Regardless, that patio ramp of the later Outlaws is irreplaceable in regards to practicality, huh.

Did you post more than one pic of your rennovations?
I've posted 10 more pics. Yes, we decided we needed the garage for living space for our growing family and so the garage is permanently gone. But bonus, we can now leave the patio down anywhere we go and don't have to worry about mosquitos :-) I didn't move the water heater, the laundry cabinet starts in the natural corner of the garage. I did move the light switches and radio, and got rid of the TV and 12v charge station.
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If you post the photo's URL from the "advanced" reply menus, we should be able to see it in the post, like:


What is the bar and reflective surface on the left, above the bed?
How much of the washer closet is inside the old garage?
Got any more photos?

That is pretty darn nice
Thanks for sharing!

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Hmm... I just see a question mark box. I did post again, this time resizing and uploading my images. That seemed to work. I guess the new pictures will answer your questions. 1. That bar is the edge of the picture window frame and reflective surface is the picture window. 2. All of the washer closet is inside the old garage.(the right side of the closet was the natural garage bulkhead. I move the electric panel / radio to make it work.
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Just as follow up, the DMV took 2 colors, so I gave black and gold.
I think I would have just answered: color - Yes.
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Hmm... I just see a question mark box. I did post again, this time resizing and uploading my images. That seemed to work. I guess the new pictures will answer your questions. 1. That bar is the edge of the picture window frame and reflective surface is the picture window. 2. All of the washer closet is inside the old garage.(the right side of the closet was the natural garage bulkhead. I move the electric panel / radio to make it work.
That's weird...it worked earlier
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