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Old 08-25-2010, 05:25 PM   #155
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A Silver Streak we renovated, and then full-timed in for seven months:

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we had just got it, November, '09 camping in Minnesota..grandkids had a blast!


I agree 100%.

IMO Grandkids make these campers worth owning.

Spending good times with them is priceless.

Enjoy every trip no matter how close to home, it really doesn't matter to them.

We hope to all be camping together over the Labor Day.
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Old 08-30-2010, 09:56 PM   #158
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I love the pics of all the vintage rvs I love the vintage rvs over some of todays
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Old 08-31-2010, 08:10 AM   #159
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1985 Minnie Winnie

Here's our vintage baby! We bought her last year and have since covered 7 different states.

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Clean C, is that a 110v fridge?
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And how about this beauty.

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Thanks and Yep, it is a 110 fridge, so is the micro which is mounted up inside the cabinets. Once we cool it down (fridge) we can turn it off for several hours and the temp stays pretty much the same.

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Thanks and Yep, it is a 110 fridge, so is the micro which is mounted up inside the cabinets. Once we cool it down (fridge) we can turn it off for several hours and the temp stays pretty much the same.

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I must be spoiled! I sure do like it when the Wife brings me a big cup of Ice Cream while I'm driving. Makes having to do all the driving worth it sometimes!
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Thanks and Yep, it is a 110 fridge, so is the micro which is mounted up inside the cabinets. Once we cool it down (fridge) we can turn it off for several hours and the temp stays pretty much the same.

*Make like a turtle and take your house with you*
I had 110v fridge in my last MH, I used a 400 watt inverter to power it going down the road. 4-5 hr. drives no problem. We always got full hookups, so once at the CG back on 110.
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And how about this beauty.

(Needs to tilt that WDH head back . . and take up another link!)

Any idea what city that was?
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About all I can tell you about this coach is that it is a Dodge.

Found while going thru a storage facility today.

Been sitting there for some time now.

Sorry for the cruddy photos but all I had was my iphone.
Pictures are great. Find out the status. Don't let this get scrapped...
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