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Old 12-03-2015, 09:17 PM   #1961
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Well, it looks like that worked, so here are some pics of the interior. The po already installed laminate flooring, but almost everything else is original (except radio). Found a small drip during rain from front overhead AC, but have ordered new gaskets and eternabond kit to take care of all that. We plan to paint all the paneling white or other light colors, make all new curtains and recover the cushions. Thanks for looking and be sure to share any advice or your experiences with old HR's.
Nice, I really like that dash, I would reconsider painting the paneling, that's just me though, what chassis is it built on?
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Old 12-03-2015, 09:58 PM   #1962
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Nice, I really like that dash, I would reconsider painting the paneling, that's just me though, what chassis is it built on?
X2,on the painting I like wood even if it's paneling.
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Old 12-03-2015, 10:11 PM   #1963
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Nice, I really like that dash, I would reconsider painting the paneling, that's just me though, what chassis is it built on?
Thank you, I believe it is the P30 chassis. Wife 'must' paint it because it's "too dark" inside.
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Old 12-04-2015, 12:19 AM   #1964
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I would reconsider painting the paneling, I don't think it will look right.
Why not try a hidden area and see, perhaps you could stain it or something.

That's what I did to our 92 Eagle, I used a bit lighter stain and am quite
pleased with it.
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Going out on a lim (sp) here, But I painted the paneling in the S&B a light Gray and its looks Fantastic. I looked at that paneling for 50 years and it was diffidently was ready for a redo.
I am seriously thinking of doing the same in the MH (33 years old) and I love wood paneling but it sure would brighten it up. I even might paint it that light gray color.
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Going out on a lim (sp) here, But I painted the paneling in the S&B a light Gray and its looks Fantastic. I looked at that paneling for 50 years and it was diffidently was ready for a redo.
I am seriously thinking of doing the same in the MH (33 years old) and I love wood paneling but it sure would brighten it up. I even might paint it that light gray color.
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Thanks to everyone for their great suggestions! This is a great forum. I will continue to discuss this with my DW and see what we come up with. We will be sure to post pics when we do it! Thanks again!
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I think painting it is an option. Perhaps with a textured paint. Check out the thread "Total Rebuild". They painted and it is very attractive.
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I think painting it is an option. Perhaps with a textured paint. Check out the thread "Total Rebuild". They painted and it is very attractive.
Thank you, I will check it out!
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Old 12-04-2015, 03:40 PM   #1969
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1986 Holiday Rambler Imperial Limited Presidential Edition

We just purchased her last week. Only 56k miles and in really good shape. Even has the complete bar crystal set! Can't wait to get on the road with her!
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We just purchased her last week. Only 56k miles and in really good shape. Even has the complete bar crystal set! Can't wait to get on the road with her!
nice.always like the look
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We just purchased her last week. Only 56k miles and in really good shape. Even has the complete bar crystal set! Can't wait to get on the road with her!
Congrats I like the lines Looks great.
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We just purchased her last week. Only 56k miles and in really good shape. Even has the complete bar crystal set! Can't wait to get on the road with her!
Man that is a beautiful rig. Hope you get many years of enjoyment out of it!
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We just purchased her last week. Only 56k miles and in really good shape. Even has the complete bar crystal set! Can't wait to get on the road with her!
Morning,
If u see this in the morning...
I was able to get the zoom to work, Is that black object in the door just under the window a Mail Slot? If so that's a first.
Personally I would take off the Pin Striping. I think it takes away from the MH lines.
I sure like it can't wait for the finished re-do. Have you decided on the paneling yet?
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hey tim,,,,if thats not a mail slot it might be a pet door for a bat..,,,lol


sorry i couldnt help myself,,,..---lol
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