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Old 09-04-2014, 07:52 PM   #1653
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here are a couple of our projects at this time,, the first is a 1968 aristocvrat landcomandor,,,,were almost done with her , im in the process of sanding her down for a new paint job, interior is all but done

2nd is a total resto of a G.T.A....we have a job ahead of us with this one but the wife and i are excited to get it in shape..probably keep it forever..
i have looked everywhere for a vin on it,yet to be found i know they put them on a sticker on the breaker box but it wasnt there i have sanded some on the tounge but havent found it there yet either,,,---it has the original tourquise ice box,2 burner stove and sink...if anyone can give me a clue to the age i would be most greatfull
there is so little known about the go tag alongs that makes me love them that much more.,,---oh ya under all the cover up paint it had tourquise ,,,if im remembering right they stopped using that color in the early 60s and went with more of earth tone colors..
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this is where were at with the GTA,,,,,alooong way to go yet...lol
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Old 09-06-2014, 02:57 PM   #1655
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I will be picking an Allegro up at the end of the month. My grandfather is giving it to me. Anybody have any info on these? I believe its 35 feet and its on a Chevy chassis. 1989 model year
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Old 09-06-2014, 03:05 PM   #1656
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Looks pretty good from what I can see.
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Glad you're aboard. Congrats on the new to you rig. Very nice of your grandfather. Enjoy your adventures and be safe.
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You will like the inexpensive flat glass windshields. (Price out a windshield for anything with a curve; it will floor you.) It looks like that coach has been stored indoors, which really helps them last longer.
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Old 09-07-2014, 07:20 AM   #1659
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Gramps new how to RV !

Here is a link to get you started. Just google Alegro and you will find quit a bit on these Tiffin made motorhomes. Have fun and be safe.

Model Archive | Tiffin Motorhomes
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I will be picking an Allegro up at the end of the month. My grandfather is giving it to me. Anybody have any info on these? I believe its 35 feet and its on a Chevy chassis. 1989 model year


I've got an '89 that is very much like yours. Mine has a Cummins 5.9 (one of their earliest diesels I think) with no tag axle. I'ts built on a Freightliner chassis. We love it have driven all over the country in it. They are well made rigs!
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Old 09-08-2014, 03:32 PM   #1661
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Congratulations! and what I nice gift. A tag axle to boot!

I was just in contact with Allegro trying to gather some information on my 1988 21', noted in this thread.

At any rate, here is the email of the lady who helped, she was very helpful.
Also, I have attached a PDF she provided, you have to select your view in viewing some as they are upside down.

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That's one good looking Class C !
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Wow what a Grand Gift. Being a Grandfather I'm going to have to be real sick before I give up my Land Yacht.

Seems a lot of Young People are finding old RV's are perfect mobile apartments while they "Find Themselves". Or Settle Into Life!

Here's the Link to Pippi Peterson Living in an RV for some funny videos of a cute little lady and her learning the in's and out's of Full Time RV living.
Of course we Veterans don't need it, but it's fun to watch how the Youngsters have worked through the RV Education Process.
And she does have a Belly Dancing Video!

I should have gone this way back when I was 20!

I'm 63 now and have been Class A RVing for 25 years.
I Full Timed 6 years in the 90's. Some fun!
Lived at the Lake after a Divorce because my Rent House was rented out to a Co Worker when I was hit with the "Papers".
Been camping with Tents, Pop Ups and Camper trailers all my life. Parents started us out in a 16' Shasta behind Mom's 56 Roadmaster Buick Station Wagon in the 50's.

Preparing to do more, so my Grandson's are going to need to be patient! Papa ain't done with it yet.

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Just purchased and picking her up next week!
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Just purchased and picking her up next week!
Sweeeeeeeet. That front grill is massive. A small car in front of you is going to be intimidated by that view. I like the color also. Have fun making it yours.
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