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Old 06-27-2013, 07:21 PM   #1415
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Yes, this one was in a campground near punta sabbioni (marina di Venezia).
We had a blast traipsing through the country! Sure miss the food and wine! Limoncello was so good that they confiscated it in Zurich on our layover coming back! Said it wasn't allowed since it wasn't purchased in their duty free shop! It was purchased in the Rome duty free shop after the security screening. Great way for them to get lots of free alcohol. Half our plane had their stuff taken.
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Old 07-05-2013, 03:30 PM   #1416
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Here is my beauty, not bad shape for 34 years
I like your motorhome. Good find. How long have you had it? I just luv the older class c's. We all have are favs. Mine is a 22 foot 1981 coachmen gmc. I like the roadrunner on it. Is that original? I know there is roadrunner tt. I never seen one on a motorhome.
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Old 07-06-2013, 01:34 PM   #1417
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I have always liked the Westies, have you seen these guys?
| The Subaru Vanagon Conversions

I would really like one of these, synchros with a Subaru engine, it would be a perfect outback/wilderness rig.
I love the dubs!
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Old 07-06-2013, 06:21 PM   #1418
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I got it a couple of months ago, 650.00 plus 50.00 for the tow to my house. I am the second owner and it has been off the road since 2007 when PO died. He had winterized it before he put it away and it was looked after very well. I had to replace the water heater and A/C fan motor. Just finishing off the inside ceiling replacement. The roadrunner looks original as it's on both sides and I really don't think the PO would have put it on. I have ordered some original roadrunner horns to complete the set. SNO
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Old 07-10-2013, 08:52 AM   #1419
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Everyone should have a money pit sometime, eh?
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Old 07-10-2013, 08:42 PM   #1422
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Hi All! I've been a lurker for awhile. Here is my 1983 Excalibur. I have seen a few others on the site and thought I would share mine. I inherited her 3 years ago and she is now pretty much perfect. I would not hesitate to go anywhere
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ID:	42071I found this wile looking at rvs, add said it was a 1932 Bungalow pop up. I just thought it was real cool.
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Old 07-11-2013, 02:25 AM   #1424
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Nice looking rig there spec. Its got some character...
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:16 AM   #1425
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Attachment 42071I found this wile looking at rvs, add said it was a 1932 Bungalow pop up. I just thought it was real cool.
That is wickedly cool! I'd love to see that restored and used.

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And the Polishing Process is complete!

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I've started the polishing process, and it looks like it going to turn out great. The roof looks wet in the pics, but it's not. One can definately tell that this old rig has lived indoors most of its life.

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Old 07-17-2013, 07:48 AM   #1427
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1974 Starcraft StarCruiser 24' Motorhome, Interior Pics

Here's some pics of the interior of our "groovy" 1974 StarCraft StarCruiser. We installed a new vinyl floor, put new shag carpet in the drivers area, and installed a new kitchen faucet; other than those thing, it's pretty much original.











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Here's some pics of the interior of our "groovy" 1974 StarCraft StarCruiser. We installed a new vinyl floor, put new shag carpet in the drivers area, and installed a new kitchen faucet; other than those thing, it's pretty much original.
Very cool rig bryguymi!!
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