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Old 06-03-2016, 11:15 AM   #141
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Find a local graphics shop that does decals and/or body wraps. Take pictures of your existing decals along with some measurements and they should be able to reproduce them very closely.

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Old 10-08-2016, 08:05 AM   #142
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Yesterday, 10/7/16, I looked at an Overland on a friend's property for him. It is a parts only big old beast. The appearance is similar to the Unihome from Foretravel so I assume it's an eighties model. Roof leaked but has been covered with the awning, rednecks do what rednecks do. Medallions on the rear say it's a Detroit Diesel Silver, big old beast.

This is a parts only deal for a couple of reasons. The coach from the outside, didn't venture inside, appears in need of a total rebuild. Then there is no title. Aluminum wheels, 22.5's, with tire rot.

Friend wants it gone with a little for the debt the last owner stuck him. PM me if you are in north Texas and have the means and desire for a parts bus.

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