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Old 01-30-2014, 05:52 PM   #85
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Here's a few more. 454 Chevy, all original. Even carpets and shades.
Couldn't pry away from me at the point of gun.....
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Old 01-30-2014, 06:46 PM   #86
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Other than adding the flat screen TV, this 92 HR Alumalite is bone stock.

6 trips taken in '13, with no on the road problems!

Say Hi to Harvey (the H is silent)
Nice looking rig.

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Old 01-30-2014, 06:54 PM   #87
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Other than adding the flat screen TV, this 92 HR Alumalite is bone stock.

6 trips taken in '13, with no on the road problems!

Say Hi to Harvey (the H is silent)
I like it!
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Old 01-30-2014, 06:59 PM   #88
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Here's a few more. 454 Chevy, all original. Even carpets and shades. Couldn't pry away from me at the point of gun.....
Your RV looks great....such great care and she looks beautiful
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Old 02-01-2014, 03:39 PM   #89
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Thanks for the kind words. I've owned my '65 Pontiac LeMans since 1978. Put about 330,000 miles on it. No way I could buy a new coach.......I love the old SIMPLE stuff!

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My 95 Brave only had it out once as we bought it last fall so were chomping at the bit to get out , new manifolds and rear brakes are all I had to do to it

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Great thread like you Mr lehmans I am partial to theses older rigs I love the simplicity of them and ease of maintenance after owning this I actually sold my 2009 vw jetta tdi and bought an older Honda accord because of that reason, it simple, reliable and it's payed for, I think we probably enjoy camping more than the big rig owners because for that reason, no payments no worries as I like to say " Keep calm "
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Hey Mitch, looks like we had the same interior designer. I call it the "Fern Bar" look. It reminds me of the so called Fern Bars of the 80s, with their oak fixtures, stained glass, and hanging plants. I can hear the disco music faintly in the background......


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Hey Mitch, looks like we had the same interior designer. I call it the "Fern Bar" look. It reminds me of the so called Fern Bars of the 80s, with their oak fixtures, stained glass, and hanging plants. I can hear the disco music faintly in the background......


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Hahaha hopefully our interiors like disco will be in style again!!! Man we need to do a vintage rig rally!!
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Bought it last April, had a few short overnights, still learning all about it.
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Where in Indy are you? I have a daughter that lives in over by Fort Ben.
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