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Old 03-28-2016, 01:11 AM   #2045
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Geezzz is that a real beauty, really liked the leather, there is hope for my 82...
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How to post photo

Hello everyone, newbie here & can't figure out how to post photo. Read about getting url- but not sure how I do that! 😜 Thanks!
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Old 03-29-2016, 12:17 AM   #2047
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OK, my parents Foretravel in the background.
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Old 03-29-2016, 12:50 PM   #2048
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Great restoration Bryguymi! Perfect balance! Love seeing the older Vogues!...keep 'em coming!....

Kranky - that is one sweet coach! Glad to hear you are keeping her original.
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Hello everyone, newbie here & can't figure out how to post photo. Read about getting url- but not sure how I do that! �� Thanks!
Rebeca.

Here's a link to the FAQ page that contains info on posting photos. http://www.irv2.com/forums/faq.php?f...b3_attachments ;

and, another link to the Forums thread where info will be contained in post #7 on page 2 of the thread. Forums 101 - posting, photos, accounts, basics

Best of luck. It's pretty simple. If the photo is on your computer then click the icon on the tool bar above that appears to be a "paperclip", holding your cursor over the icon the word "Attachments" should appear. Then click on the "Choose file" button in the window that opens. Find the photo you want to add from your computer's files, click on it and then click the "Upload" button.

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Old 04-06-2016, 07:20 PM   #2051
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Hello everyone, newbie here & can't figure out how to post photo. Read about getting url- but not sure how I do that! �� Thanks!
Just click go advanced then manage attachments. A window will pop up. Hit browse. When you find your picture click on it then hit upload. When its finished uploading hit close window. Type what you want to say and hit submit reply.

It took me a while to get it also. I was always uploading to photobucket to the get the url.
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Old 04-11-2016, 01:16 AM   #2053
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this is not mine, but I wanted to share it with some vintage RV people lol
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I have no idea what year or model that MH might be; but it looks pretty straight for it's age. It is amazing what we all will see out there in our travels.
It reminds me of a MH that I saw being redone on a you tube video or some restoration program. An Argosy or something like that. I remember the chrome bars on the fromt of the motorhome in the program. I bet it would make a good conversation rig at the RV park. KW
OK I did some quick surfing and it might be a 1965 Dodge Travco. It also reminds me of an I Love Lucy program where Ricky and Lucy are pulling a trailer with I think a Mercury up some narrow mountain road. I don't know why but it just does. FUN! Love those Old RV's
Yes it is a 1965 Dodge travco I have one myself and yes it was on I Love Lucy maybe not that particular year but that's the type that they we're driving in that episode.
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It also reminds me of an I Love Lucy program where Ricky and Lucy are pulling a trailer with I think a Mercury up some narrow mountain road. I don't know why but it just does.
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I don't know the make and model of the trailer, but if it's the one I'm thinking of it wasn't in an "I Love Lucy" TV show. It was a 1954 movie called "The Long, Long Trailer". For the scene where the trailer is being pulled around a switchback on the Whitney Portal Road the trailer is being pulled with a Lincoln that was substituted for the Mercury that was used to pull the trailer in the rest of the film. The Whitney Portal Road is the Eastern Sierra road from Lone Pine to the trailhead for the trail to Mt. Whitney.
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The trailer used in the film is the 1953 36-foot Redman "New Moon" model, which sold for $5,345.
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RVing in South America

I lived for 5 years travelling around the north of Argentina but mostly in the south of Brazil with an old 1968 Pace Arrow on a Ford chassis. Gasoline being very expensive for such a vehicle I quickly pulled the 8 cylinder Ford gasoline engine and swapped in a Mercedes-Benz diesel engine with it's manual transmission. It was pretty rough looking and no where near being what a modern RV is but we made due with what we had at the time.

We boondocked almost the whole time, sometimes right on the street of large cities. We did stay at one campsite for a couple of weeks when my mom came down to visit us right on the beach in Rio de Janeiro. We had no toad so this was our only vehicle and we went every where with it normally driving every day.

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