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Old 09-20-2011, 01:51 PM   #1
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How Old Is Your Motor Home?

Our's is a 1977 GMC chassis "Diplomat" Class C built in Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. There's a picture of 'Tinker' in our signature.

There are the initilas "NZ" scibbled in a few places and the DW thinks they belong to the famous boat builder of yesteryear Noah Zark.
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As they say, oldie but goodie and looks to have that one major poor mans luxury option called "Paid For". I see a lot of late '70s and early '80s units her in Vegas. Ours in 8 years old and hope to keep it a few years.
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How old is my motorhome? Lemme see...............Ah, 24 hours!

Sorry, couldn't resist.
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my 94 was a flat bed truck for a roofing company for a number of years. i bought it last year as a cab & chassis and installed the U-Haul box.
it did its maiden trip last month to Colorado and back (about 3500 miles)
I am thinking of putting -----------------"U-RV"---- on the sides of it.
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my 94 was a flat bed truck for a roofing company for a number of years. i bought it last year as a cab & chassis and installed the U-Haul box.
it did its maiden trip last month to Colorado and back (about 3500 miles)
I am thinking of putting -----------------"U-RV"---- on the sides of it.
have you posted pictures anywhere?
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have you posted pictures anywhere?
Yes in this thread pics in both pages:
My new T/C project (with pics)
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