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Old 03-09-2013, 07:08 AM   #1
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I have posted pics now on this site(photos) -Its getting some things done to it now--including carpet--you can view the ongoing work on the site nightriderrv-look at the projects--mine is the Holiday Rambler on the right side, 5th from bottom--he will post more pics when done. This 1996 runs great -seems to even gain speed going up mountains,etc... no slide outs-but there is only me, my wife, and Kenny--the black lab--we are very happy with it, probably will have a total of about 9,000 in it so far , so I cant complain at all. We love the idea that its 17 years old.If we win the lottery, we would get one of those beautiful bigger, newer homes, but until then we are going to spend money on this one and take it all over, we camp about once per month-year round.I hope you can view pics--Im pretty much illiterate when it comes to computers,etc..--Lemme know what you think--Vince

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Old 03-10-2013, 04:48 AM   #2
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Welcome to the site, Vince. Looks like those guys do really good work so I bet you're excited to get it back. I'll post a link to the site for people to go see to make it easier here;


And for those that don't want to leave, here's a shot of Vince's interior in progress;

Funny, but doesn't it look like they're watching of video of their work on the TV?

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Aint nothing wrong with starting out with something you can fix up. and i thought the tv was on too..funny
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:35 PM   #4
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He'd probably be done with the project if you would have unplugged the TV.
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Old 03-19-2013, 03:05 PM   #5
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OK-so the work is done --we are camping now--I Love the carpet--the improvement in noise reduction is great--the dog likes it--wife likes it, so all is well in paradise. The guy also lubed the chassis--rides and drives better--next I am planning on installing a central vacumn system in it(will need it with the carpet)--had to re-winterize it today before leaving--going to get down to 20 here in the NC mountains--Vince
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