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Old 07-16-2014, 12:33 AM   #1625
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How can I insert photos?

How can I post a few pictures. When I try I get a window that asks for a URL of the picture. None of my pictures are on the web. They are all jpg images. What do I do? And why, when digital cameras (including cell phones) record pictures as jpg or similar, does iRV2 require a URL?
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Click on "go advanced" then the paperclip in the top row of icons. That will let you browse to the picture location on your PC. Highlight it, then hit upload.
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Old 07-16-2014, 08:32 AM   #1627
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Unknown year/manufacturer.
There is a small plate "Mobile Home Builders Association" and stamped into the metal near the door;
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Kingston NH
Its Mobile Home Manufacture Association
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Old 07-17-2014, 12:25 AM   #1628
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Now, once I have uploaded some pictures how do I get them into an email at the proper location?
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Old 07-20-2014, 01:46 AM   #1629
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Older RV

Here is some of my older stuff.
74 Dodge with the 360, 19ft. Insides have been redone. Use it to tow old classic boats around.

The trailer is just a old trailer at the moment. Was thinking of making it a over night place on the property for people to stay in.
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Old 07-26-2014, 02:04 PM   #1630
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New to us Wilderness!

Just acquired this 24 year old Wildeeness from the original owner. It's in amazing condition. Looking forward to maintaining this beauty in its original form. Everything even works on the coach!
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Old 07-27-2014, 09:55 AM   #1631
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My new to me 1969 Hi Lo Bon Voyage 20' Going to bring this old camper back to life.

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Old 07-27-2014, 10:56 AM   #1632
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I really like the swept back windshield of that era. Very retro for the time period. Looks to be in pretty good condition.
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I really like the swept back windshield of that era. Very retro for the time period. Looks to be in pretty good condition.
Thanks TT. Under 60k mi. and after few updates and replacements, she fits our needs just fine. AZ rig, no rust. Everything works but the driver !!
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That's awesome thank you for sharing
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Our 84.5 triple e. GM work horse chassis with double wish bone suspension, so she rides nice. Originally had a 454 gas and an auto that got a wooing 4mpg, fortunately a previous owner had the good sense to swap the 454 for British Leland 98mm in line six and the sense of humor to use a 5spd manual transmission. I only wish it had split axle too, it would make a big difference on the hills.

We're looking for the upper bunk too if anyone has a line on one it'd be greatly appreciated.

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