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Old 11-07-2005, 11:27 AM   #1
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Just posted pics of our 1988 Allegro. Go to the photos page, listed under Vintage Rvs.
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Very nice; I looked at all the pictures...reminds me of our 86 Holiday Rambler.

Which engine/tranny do you have? We have 454 and turbo 400 3 speed. I am interested if you have overdrive. I would like to do a transmission swap to a GMC transmission with overdrive.

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Hemi,
Quite frankly, I'm not sure what tranny I have. I know the engine is a 454, and the tranny doesn't have a passing gear, so it probably doesn't have overdrive either. The land around here is very flat and I don't have time to travel very far so the biggest hills I go over on a regular basis are the overpasses on I10. Boxie has no trouble with those.

I've tried to find some history on Boxie to no avail. I'd love to get my hands on an owner's manual for the entire rig. I still have a few problems to work out and not knowing where everything is located makes it hard.

Any way, DW and I love our rig and we are looking forward to being able to take some longer trips in the future.

Keep it tween the ditches!
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