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Old 04-25-2012, 08:07 PM   #85
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Wow, It looks like mine did before we started to rebuild this one. Am looking forward to another rebuild myself. I think the body and frame and exterior walls are ok. Like you i am in a holding pattern with the title. Takes about 3 months here in Arizona. I already have a plan for start-up but like you, waiting on the dmv for the title. Here they do things a bit different. they check the serial # and if it is a instate address or registered in state, they give you a contact name, address and if they have it a phone #. If there is no history they give you a bonded title. The first way is the easiest way. Good luck on your rebuild. Mine maybe be fall before i start up in it. I am working on a list to do while i am waiting. Good luck and look forward to seeing the progress, Dan
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Progress!

Ladies and gentleman, I am proud to announce that stage one of title recovery has begun. keep your fingers crossed for me!
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Ladies and gentleman, I am proud to announce that stage one of title recovery has begun. keep your fingers crossed for me!
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went to the DMV today plans have changed for the better should be able to get the title soon! a redundant post but I was excited and though I should share
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Old 10-11-2012, 11:10 AM   #90
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Question Roof Question

So, as I'm ever so patiently waiting for this title I seriously need to do SOMETHING,ANYTHING with this roof I've gone through two heavy duty tarps that some how managed to tear down the middle. I have no idea what the previous owner sealed it with. What ever it is, it is thick and resembles a nasty caulk. I was thinking of covering it with kool seal and maybe closing off one of the roof vents.

Does one really need two vents (roof vent not pipe vent)?

Is there a way to seal off a vent?
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