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Old 09-11-2013, 07:41 AM   #1457
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Hello here is a 1990 Jamboree I just traded a truck for about 30 days ago, been working on it ever since. I'll post a picture but you can see more of my work at my YouTube channel "jgiralde" look at my playlist "RVing with Jerry.
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Old 09-11-2013, 10:28 AM   #1458
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Hello here is a 1990 Jamboree I just traded a truck for about 30 days ago, been working on it ever since. I'll post a picture but you can see more of my work at my YouTube channel "jgiralde" look at my playlist "RVing with Jerry.
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Old 09-15-2013, 09:40 PM   #1459
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have been restoring ,mostly cosmetic , 45k orginal miles 22rec 4 speed ,
I have told myself that if I get out of the Class B world, I would with one of those Toyota's. Very nice and I am sure it gets great MPG.
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Old 09-16-2013, 08:32 AM   #1460
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1978 Wilderness M-24g - I think :)

We just picked this up yesterday. With having twin 6 year olds, the multiple bunks is a giant WIN!

It has had some water damage near the dinette, but the floor is solid, so it must have just enough to damage the veneer on the walls, and roll the linoleum up under the dinette benches. It looks like PO's went through and put up new paneling in the kitchen area, and bunk area, but nothing seems wrecked underneath.

The furnace, stove, fried, freezer, lights, etc, all work, but it has no fresh water tank, so we'll have to get one installed.

It even came with two large FULL propane tanks!

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I can't wait to pack the family in and go camping!


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hi mpg ,,yes ,average 15 to 19 ,depends on road and speed ,its actually better mpg than my 84 chev 1/2 ton truck , there also very easy to maneuver around drive .fun project ,
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A friend gave this to me. Any ideas what it is? I can't find any nameplates or serial #'s. I plan on a major overhaul.
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:10 PM   #1463
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A friend gave this to me. Any ideas what it is? I can't find any nameplates or serial #'s. I plan on a major overhaul.
First let me say welcome to IRV2!!!

What you have there is a work in progress, now get started.

Someone on here will likely know what it is, be patient and Bacon!
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:39 PM   #1464
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Our 1954 Spartan. 50 foot. 3/4 ton Chevy TV.

The first picture is me installing a Slide-out in the trailer.
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Old 09-19-2013, 05:54 AM   #1465
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Our 1954 Spartan. 50 foot. 3/4 ton Chevy TV.

The first picture is me installing a Slide-out in the trailer.
50 feet!?! By the time I walked from one end to the other, I'd have forgotten why I did.

Nice looking job on the slide-out. She's a real beauty.
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A slide out? On a '54 Spartan??

What will the purists think!!!???

Nice job. Make it your own... Looking forward to more photos!
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our 1954 spartan. 50 foot. 3/4 ton chevy tv.

The first picture is me installing a slide-out in the trailer.
hey isnt that the trailer lucy and desi had in the movie....long long trailer
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Ya! The 50 ft. Spartan was in Lucy's movie. Supposedly they were pulling it with a station wagon. Must have been a real load.

Pulling away from a stop sign seemed to take all day to cross the intersection. Our last trip with it was up to Durango, CO and some of the hills getting up there required "low-range" in the transfer case.

74 ft overall. Looked like a long ways back in the mirrors.
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