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Old 09-24-2012, 06:32 PM   #1
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Picking up my new (1973) HR TT 200 tomorrow

So here we go. Got the tires pumped up. Hitch ball polished. Need a spare so I will stop at the first Discount tire shop and buy me a spare then 90 miles to its new home. Photos to follow. I am not even sure how long or exactly what model it is. Don't know if the appliances work. Or how much water damage we have.

A real adventure ahead. And I will be asking for help.

1973 Holiday Rambler 200
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:40 PM   #2
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Wishing you some serious luck... you might want to look at the bearings while you are getting your spare tire.

I'm lucky...if the hubby ever gets the lights figured out... we only have to drag our '79 Free Spirit Cub by Holiday Rambler about 1 mile. Then it's all about how to stuff a 400lb gorilla in a penny candy sack. (I think some grass is gonna die!)
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