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Old 08-24-2012, 08:57 AM   #15
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We saw one on I-95 north bound the other day, in either North or South Carolina

Looked like an older blue Class A. This was after the fact. A wrecker was hooking it up...The front of the Class A was burned out the most

[QUOTE=fredaevans;1282806]From our local newspaper:

RV fire on I-5 leaves wreckage

Medford couple aren't hurt, but their vehicle is destroyed in blaze

August 20, 2012

A Medford couple walked away uninjured from a car fire that destroyed their motor home Sunday afternoon on Interstate 5 near Gold Hill.
Joy Adreon, 85, said she and her husband, Leon, 86, heard a loud popping noise coming from the front of their vehicle while traveling southbound on I-5 around 3:30 p.m. They pulled over and noticed fire and smoke coming fro

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Old 08-25-2012, 09:45 AM   #16
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Interesting read M2. Haven't owned a car/truck in years that didn't have a 'transmission cooler' (small radiator) installed. Would have been cool if there was a gauge on the dash to tell you the internal temp.

But with rigs that weight as much as Class C's and A's you'd think this would be 'standard equipment,' not a retro fit (can you even do that?).

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