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Old 07-12-2015, 05:10 PM   #57
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You will love the '72 Dodge Superior

We bought our 2200 in 1986 and it's taken us up and down the East Coast pulling our Harleys or street rods. That 413 pulls like a locomotive! I converted it to 4WD right away because I had 2 Class A rigs before this 1972 and always took them right on the beach for fishing. We have a 2000 Winnebago Adventurer too, but we still love the 'old Dodge. We put a queen bed in the back, reupholstered the dinette booth seats and the green shag carpeting was replaced with a low pile carpet. The one thing that people love about that 1972 is the panoramic view with all the glass around the front. You can't beat that when you wake up out in Montauk, NY and have breakfast with a great view of the water all around! You can just see the Montauk Lighthouse off the back end of the Dodge. Enjoy your vintage RV!
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Old 05-29-2016, 01:19 AM   #59
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So its been awhile. I had to have the rv shipped down, I ran out of time to get it road worthy for the 1100 mile trip to our new place. I had it at my sisters house but then they sold their house so I had to get it shipped down. I used uship to get it down. The first guy that picked it up and took it had truck problems and couldn't go the rest of the way. The I had another guy pick it up from his place and bring it down. So it took awhile to actually get down here but what can you do. Hoping to start working on it soon. I need to get the garage ( a carport that I enclosed still has pea gravel floor) organized so I can empty out the rv. I need to put in the new radiator, tune the carb, and rebuild the trans ( lost reverse and 3rd). But my plan of attack will be radiator then carb then I'm going to work on rewiring it then installing the interior. The trans will be the last thing I do most likely.
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