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Old 06-07-2016, 12:35 PM   #1
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Hey-lam, found the Holy Grail, 34' Alpine.

I have been hunting one of these, sold or not woth buying everytime one pops up..I was even will to restore one...

it's the 34'r with the up grade 8.9 400 hp w/1200 ft lb tq
as you can see, had the wheels polished, hit the chrome isle at the truck stop...and put new tires..
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Old 06-07-2016, 12:40 PM   #2
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Very nice!


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the out side is real nice,paint wise... but needs mirrors and headlights
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Old 06-07-2016, 12:42 PM   #4
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thank you, and big thanks to the pre. owner for the condition..
I also just got the oil change and lube
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Congrats, great looking MH and it appears to have been very well taken care of, have many safe and happy travels in it.
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inside is pretty much every thing I was hunting.., street side only 18'' pops. propane fridge, north south long bed...fits store bought sheets
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my next step is to change out the grandma's house décor...

gonna be easy with the leather furniture...only have to do the window boxes and head board

the sofa is a long jack knife bed...also there is two fold up dinette chairs and a leaf for the table..
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Waiting on the hill climb videos and sound meter tests
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Waiting on the hill climb videos and sound meter tests
I think i'm gonna loose the bet with the sales man..went up the hill 65 with out the trailer..seems like it dropped to 63 for a second and then pulled right back up when it down shift..

drove it back from phoenix down through parker and havasu, then back to vegas...stayed right at 62 mph and quiet
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I'm thinking faux leather buckskin, to match the cabinettes,...cream to match the furniture,.. and coco brown piping to accent on the boxes and head board

whatcha think??
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I also got all the books and OG window sticker..
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sorry if I put this in the wrong place...it's not a "NEW" rig.....

but I am a show off
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I like football grain leather. See if the Mrs will go for that

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What motor is that? An ISL? can you get to it from the rear?
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