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Old 02-16-2016, 11:49 PM   #2003
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The big turd

Here is our 77 Pace Arrow we named it the big turd. We are doing a complete ground up renovation inside and out.
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Old 02-19-2016, 12:23 AM   #2004
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Well I think my rv is vintage 1995. I was 5years old when we got her. 
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Old 02-19-2016, 10:59 AM   #2005
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Well I think my rv is vintage 1995. I was 5 years old when we got her.
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Old 02-20-2016, 11:03 PM   #2006
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Ok, Took the leap.

I have purchased my first RV (other than a 1977 VW camper) and am embarking on an adventure (in more ways than one) and have gone the way of Vintage. I did not know that 1985 is vintage because that makes me antique. Anyway I purchased a clean 1985 Holiday Rambler. "She's a beaute Clark!" and was hoping to do very little with regards to fixing her up.
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Old 02-22-2016, 01:01 AM   #2007
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Scottew: Congratulations! That looks really nice for an 1985. It should be smooth and steady with that tag axle. Vintage is a great way to go for those of us who want something affordable. A lot of the older rigs were kept in great condition or hardly ever used and you can't beat the cheap DMV and insurance costs. I've got a 34 foot '90 Bounder, how many feet is the Rambler?
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Old 02-22-2016, 04:12 PM   #2008
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Hi Scottew, that's a great looking HR. I'm assuming it's an Imperial? I'm a vintage nut so I can appreciate your thoughts and efforts. Good luck with your journey!
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The rambler is a 33 foot presidential. Wish it were an imperial but I get what I get. Has. 454 Chevy big block and is in all original condition. I found a spot on the floor behind the drivers door. Already replaced it and now putting a vinal allure floor into it.
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Old 03-01-2016, 07:36 AM   #2010
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The rambler is a 33 foot presidential. Wish it were an imperial but I get what I get. Has. 454 Chevy big block and is in all original condition. I found a spot on the floor behind the drivers door. Already replaced it and now putting a vinal allure floor into it.
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I like it, very nice lookin rig. I've been looking for something bigger than what we have and have been looking at these too. Looks like you got a good one.
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You can see the tank panel on the left side of the TV. Weather Center on the left. Digital interior and exterior temps. Compass and humidity. TV is on a moving mount.
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Sorry took so long to reply, have not been on the site in quite some time. But I plan to visit the site more often. As for the price picked up for $4000.00, only issues I encounter was a leaking roof, due to lack of maintenance, had the roof recoated, no more leaks. Inside all appliance works except for the refrigerator, plan to purchase a new frig. One more thing, when I purchase and picked up, only had 25,500 miles.
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Prairie Schooner

I bought an old prairie schooner and have no clue of the age I don't know how to post photos on this page
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1976 Dodge/Monaco when they were built in Caribou Oregon. Sit in the back of the shop for 20 years. Last spring I decided it was time to get it back on the road. This spring redoing the bathroom and need to check the furnace. Also working on getting the boat running again that this once pulled. I have it running and am just finishing up some details.
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Nice the way the boat and trailer have matching paint. Be great to see the unit on the road and in use again.
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