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Old 01-03-2015, 07:22 PM   #1
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Amerigo motorhome spec, and floor plan???

Anyone have a link, or info on a 77 Amerigo RV/motorhome.
I would like to see floor plans, and measurements.
All I can find is a little info on the trailer, and the slide in campers.
I can't find anything on the motorhome, I assume because they are a rare beast, but I found one that looks cared for, and kind neat.
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It is frustrating when you can not find info on one of these orphaned RV's. BUT the good news is everything inside the camper is the same as what they put in the TT's and slide in units. You fridge, stove, hot water tank...even you electrical. Let me know if you have any questions on any of that. My TC is a total rebuild and there isn't a square inch that I didn't replace. The Amerigo motor home is a really nice looking rig. That will be awesome and will probably last you another 40 years. Post more pics!
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It is frustrating when you can not find info on one of these orphaned RV's. BUT the good news is everything inside the camper is the same as what they put in the TT's and slide in units. You fridge, stove, hot water tank...even you electrical. Let me know if you have any questions on any of that. My TC is a total rebuild and there isn't a square inch that I didn't replace. The Amerigo motor home is a really nice looking rig. That will be awesome and will probably last you another 40 years. Post more pics!
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Looking at the pictures, I wondered if they were pretty much the same, as far as parts, and pieces. Which makes sense, to use the same parts as the truck campers, and just add walls, and some length.
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The only thing different would be what is under the hood so to speak. Even the panoramic window up front should be the same size as the TC. I know I swapped mine out with a 1972 window but my camper us a 76. Gotta love the full fiberglass roof. Oh, BTW, is there a snap n nap in the rear.?
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is there a snap n nap in the rear.?
Yes, there is,
It is something that drew my attention. I always thought something like that would be really neat on the smaller motorhomes.
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