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Old 02-02-2012, 05:41 PM   #15
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That's just too "kool" ! I see it has the four lug wheels, they are out of production (I have them on my car trailer) and you may want to hunt one up for a spare. The only way you could improve on it is to have a vintage car or truck to pull it .
It actually came with a spare rim and tire and they both seem to be in fairly good condition. I would love to have a vintage truck to pull it! So far I haven't been able to convince the rest of the family of that yet
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Old 02-02-2012, 06:03 PM   #16
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Groovy! Like far out, man! You made a great find.

The 1970s' interior is like a time machine -- that avocado range hood goes well with the yellowish stove. Ah, what sweet memories! (As you spruce it up, maybe you could try to maintain some of its retro charm?) :-)
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Old 02-02-2012, 06:40 PM   #17
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See, this is what I love about this forum, finding these rolling masterpieces still in service. I swear, looking at that TT is like stepping back in time 40 years. Very nice!
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Old 02-15-2012, 09:58 PM   #18
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Groovy! Like far out, man! You made a great find.

The 1970s' interior is like a time machine -- that avocado range hood goes well with the yellowish stove. Ah, what sweet memories! (As you spruce it up, maybe you could try to maintain some of its retro charm?) :-)

Thanks!! I plan to keep everything as it is for now. I did paint some of the dark wood paneling but the rest of it is in such great shape I'm not touching it. The colors are great and even the original fabric has an odd charm. The flooring looks great, too. I did chuck the curtains, though. They were in bad shape and made it way too dark.
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