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Old 05-26-2016, 01:19 AM   #2073
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Old 05-26-2016, 01:28 AM   #2074
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My parents rig, my 2nd wife and family. My grandkids are older then my kids were in this picture. Looks like about '79 from the picture date.
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Old 05-27-2016, 06:21 PM   #2075
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My Uncle has 1 of those!!
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Old 05-28-2016, 07:31 AM   #2076
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My midget Flair 22D.

I take it (from the wheels, etc.), that your a car enthusiast. Looks like the photo was taken at a race track?
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Old 05-29-2016, 02:02 AM   #2077
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I take it (from the wheels, etc.), that your a car enthusiast. Looks like the photo was taken at a race track?
Indeed I would say I'm a car enthusiast. That photo isn't at a track though. It's at Lake Skinner, we were there for the Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival last weekend. I've only had it for a few months, it'll probably be used as a tow vehicle for track outings in the future.

Here's my fun track car. It's not super fast but it does terrorize the Corvettes. It's the same year as the MH.
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Old 06-04-2016, 12:01 AM   #2078
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Our 1977 Itasca C27A



My 16 year old son & I have moved into this rig.

I have Carcinoid cancer, no cure but slow growing tumors. Medical bills are mounting as I seem to be unemployable in this state and at my former employer of ten years I was making salary of $82,000 and they let me go after my surgery.

So this is the answer when my relationship of nearly 5 years ended. Spot rent with all utilities is $320 vs rent of $1000 for two bedroom apartment without utilities.
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Old 06-05-2016, 02:21 AM   #2079
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My 16 year old son & I have moved into this rig.

I have Carcinoid cancer, no cure but slow growing tumors. Medical bills are mounting as I seem to be unemployable in this state and at my former employer of ten years I was making salary of $82,000 and they let me go after my surgery.

So this is the answer when my relationship of nearly 5 years ended. Spot rent with all utilities is $320 vs rent of $1000 for two bedroom apartment without utilities.
Best wishes for an enjoyable rest of your life. I hope that you've saved enough money to do as much as remaining time allows. Use that rig as much as your son's job allows.
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Old 06-05-2016, 04:53 AM   #2080
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My 16 year old son & I have moved into this rig.

I have Carcinoid cancer, no cure but slow growing tumors. Medical bills are mounting as I seem to be unemployable in this state and at my former employer of ten years I was making salary of $82,000 and they let me go after my surgery.

So this is the answer when my relationship of nearly 5 years ended. Spot rent with all utilities is $320 vs rent of $1000 for two bedroom apartment without utilities.
Sounds to me like discrimination. Have you contacted a lawyer? most offer a free first consult.
Try and make the most of what you have. Enjoy your son enjoy the MH. as best as you can.
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Indeed I would say I'm a car enthusiast. That photo isn't at a track though. It's at Lake Skinner, we were there for the Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival last weekend. I've only had it for a few months, it'll probably be used as a tow vehicle for track outings in the future.

Here's my fun track car. It's not super fast but it does terrorize the Corvettes. It's the same year as the MH.
Well, you can see my previous towed car in my photos here. It's been replaced with a 1927 Model T Tudor Sedan. We haven't been using the Trek much, though.

(Just in passing, have you seen the article on "10 Classic Muscle Car That Are Slower Than A Taurus?")

My Trek has a Banks Power setup, which I guess is about the extent of hot rodding it will ever get.
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Old 06-16-2016, 11:55 PM   #2082
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Our 1992 Nu-Wa Snowbird 36'

I am proudly upgrading and remodeling what was my parents 5th wheel. I have had it for 6 years and am 3/4 finished.

I am a telecom engineer by trade, and have installed 2 large 12 volt AGM telco batteries (300 pounds together) and a custom DC system. It has a new Norcold fridge, water heater, custom woodworking and fresh paint, lots of unique touches. The black and gray tanks are new and heavy duty with welded brackets.

I am getting ready to start on the electronics, with a custom 32" roof mounted swing down TV, Blu-Ray player with Wifi and Bluetooth, home entertainment receiver, speakers, LED lighting, high gain Wifi directional antenna, probably lots more!

Another upgrade that is coming is new electric over hydraulic disc brakes.

Retirement is 2+ years away then on the road!
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Our first camping trip in it.
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looks my 1985 ecept i have the big window do you have manuals i do
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looks my 1985 ecept i have the big window do you have manuals i do
Yes, all the original manuals, repair records and even the original floor mats came with it.
It was in amazing condition considering it's age.
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