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Old 11-02-2012, 02:41 PM   #1
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Yea! 94 Bounder / New Upholstery

IM having fun, with my RV. Still have not taken her out since I purchased her. Been working on the interior replaced fabric for leather and installed new carpeting, but I will be taking her out Nov 10th just for 2 nights.... and staying close to home gotta take baby steps.

Currently IM adding new sway bar bushings and rods.....next project is re doing the bathroom......this is so much fun. I retried in March and bought her in July...
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WOW! That looks great. Did you do the upholstery yourself or pay someone to do it? Regardless, it looks really nice! Looking forward to more pics of your remodel.
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Wow. Great looking interior. Keep those pics coming.

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Had it done, but IM doing the sway bar bushings and rods myself, and the bathroom too.
I will keep the pics coming......
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It looks grate.
Looking at it from this angle it looks something like my Rig. only I do not have lights on the wall above the couch in back of the driver seat.
My wife and I covered the rug area with see through plastic to keep it looking nice.
We go on outtings at least every other month and frinds come in a lot to chic- chat that way we do not worry about if their shoes are clean or not.
It helps if you have children runing around.
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Looking sharp.. Whats that in the ceiling please., A/C unit?
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Yes it is an AC. I also had the valance's done in leather. I searched high and low for her, perfect for me and the wife. She's a 94 Ford Bounder, no slides (exactly what I was looking for)
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Looking sharp.. Whats that in the ceiling please., A/C unit?
That's a Coleman roof-mounted AC unit. Standard equipment on early to mid 90's Fleetwood RVs.
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Your right a coleman unit....LOL nothing gets by the RV's on this site......what year
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Your right a coleman unit....LOL nothing gets by the RV's on this site......what year
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Hi there! I have a 1992 Fleetwood Coronado. It's almost identical to the Bounder.
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Thats great......this is my first RV, I did my homework for about a year, decided on a used
where I could still do allot of the upkeep myself. I really like the simplicity of this unit and the layout....IM having a blast just doing upgrades....my unit has the Ford 460 in her.
with 100000 mile on her, but well kept with records....
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Thats great......this is my first RV, I did my homework for about a year, decided on a used
where I could still do allot of the upkeep myself. I really like the simplicity of this unit and the layout....IM having a blast just doing upgrades....my unit has the Ford 460 in her.
with 100000 mile on her, but well kept with records....
I agree. The Fleetwood RVs from late 80s to mid 90s are no nonsense, easy to maintain, "get you there" rigs. I know everyone is different, but when I'm traveling or camping I don't want to have to worry about power awnings getting stuck open or closed, wall slides not sliding, automatic emergency brakes failing, etc. Keeping it simple and getting where I want to go with minimal stress is top priority for me, lol! Apart from regular maintenance and upkeep, plus a few upgrades here and there, my RV hasn't drained my bank account. (should probably knock on wood, lol) :-)

My Coronado is on the Chevy 464 chassis. It is sturdy and easy to work on just like your Ford chassis. You made a good choice; your research paid off.

Our interior layouts are practically the same. Looking at your picture, my booth is where your kitchen is, and vice versa. I tore out the brown carpeting and replaced with laminate. Also removed that swivel chair by entrance door -- that opened up tons of room, more room for my little dog to play. Am still planning other things, like painting walls and replacing window valances & blinds, but there's no rush. Keeping it slow and easy, hehe.

Please keep us updated with any projects you do on your rig! :-)
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Warrior,

Keep adding photos of your upgrades. We like to see what others are doing and steal their ideas!

Happy Trails!

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Very nice. I don't now what is more fun, camping or upgrading?
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