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Old 08-12-2015, 01:16 PM   #1905
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Nice you know 1995 was a very good year for RV's !!
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Old 08-12-2015, 09:27 PM   #1906
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Very nice !
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Old 08-13-2015, 08:45 AM   #1907
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nope your in the wrong place,,,,you need to be in the braand new show off your rig section..,,,,,,lol----just kidding,,-----looks better than new congrats on a great build,,
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Old 08-14-2015, 09:43 AM   #1908
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I love that barn wood looking floor. Super awesome.
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Old 08-14-2015, 10:33 AM   #1909
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Our 1977 Ford Band Tourbus

This is a shot of our 1977 Ford Brougham RV. We live in it fulltime and tour as a Jazz and Swing Duo. More pics to follow...

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Old 08-14-2015, 11:08 AM   #1910
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This is a shot of our 1977 Ford Brougham RV. We live in it fulltime and tour as a Jazz and Swing Duo. More pics to follow...

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Very nice. You save mega bucks not having to go to hotels.
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This is a shot of our 1977 Ford Brougham RV. We live in it fulltime and tour as a Jazz and Swing Duo. More pics to follow...

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Mike - do you ever drive your classic to the Yuma area during the winter season?
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Old 08-14-2015, 01:09 PM   #1912
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Actually, we'll be heading out to Arizona via Nashville in Mid-October! I'll keep posting. Here's a link to our Official Blog:
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Old 08-17-2015, 04:57 PM   #1913
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A trip on the Blue Ridge parkway in 2014. The full length from south to north, including Sky Line drive in Va.

This was a 1994 Jayco pop up I redid and the tow vehicle is our 1969 Chrysler 300.
What a great trip. We also did a 2200 mile loop around Florida with the combo that year, and a trip to New Orleans this past March.

The popup was nice, but just a little to much effort to set up. So it was sold and replaced with our 1968 Concord Traveler just recently. I'm in process of outfitting it now as well as out new, (old), tow vehicle, a 1969 Plymouth Fury station wagon. First trip out, (hopefully), will be Ocala Florida in November.
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The replacement

Here are some shots of the replacement and tow vehicle.
A 19' 1968 Concord Traveler and a 1969 Plymouth Fury station wagon.

I bought the Concord from the original owner and towed it 1300 miles home three weeks ago. The Plymouth has 75K miles and runs like a dream. I'm trying to get everything up and working good and will do the cosmetic restoration on both next year.

Hope to be ready to roll by November.
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My old American clipper. sold it several years ago. It was getting too small.
Very nice. I know someone who just bought one of these.
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Here are some shots of the replacement and tow vehicle.
A 19' 1968 Concord Traveler and a 1969 Plymouth Fury station wagon.

I bought the Concord from the original owner and towed it 1300 miles home three weeks ago. The Plymouth has 75K miles and runs like a dream. I'm trying to get everything up and working good and will do the cosmetic restoration on both next year.

Hope to be ready to roll by November.
Wow!!! The Plymouth Fury 3 was what my mother when I was a kid. This is the car of my childhood! !!
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Old 08-20-2015, 08:32 AM   #1917
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As of this week my 1995 Newmar Kountry Aire will be 20 yeas old. from the time
it first hit the road. She sat up for 6 years outside wit no human contact. Then I swooped he off her feet(wheels) and with a lot of blood, sweat and TLC. She is what she is. OURS! total remodel on inside and all power train gone through and shes paid for! I hope a 1995 is old enough to be with all you vintage MHs. More pictures to come.

Vey nice! I have an 89 Fleetewood Limited that looks like the same Rig minus the slideout. Wish I had a slide! And even though about putting one in. But my kitchen is on the other side, so I'd have to slide the kitchen with all the electrics. I'm thinking I'll keep it as it.

What floor did you put in it? I'm about to gut mine and do a wood floor too. Just can't find the right floor that will live through my dirty shoes.

Still got to get out and build the Stand Alone Wiring Harness for the new Allison 5 speed tranny first. So the floor will be a Fall project.
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I'm a full timer and this is my 1994 33' Holiday Rambler Vacationer with a FI 460 Ford engine. Toad is a 2005 Caravan with Kawasaki KLR250 dualsport motorcycle stashed inside. I also now carry a 12' Porta-bote folding boat on the side of the rig along with a 3.5hp outboard to power it stashed in the toad.


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