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Old 10-31-2010, 02:09 PM   #211
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Any other Sportscraft owners?

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Any other Sportscraft owners?

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You guys wouldn't by any chance be from Delaware would ya???
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Old 11-04-2010, 11:55 PM   #213
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Never mind, I answered my own question...
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Old 11-10-2010, 10:31 PM   #214
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we bought our 33 foot 1987 chalet in aug just tried it out 2 weeks ago for a weekend of dry camping now I am hooked we live in Newman and would like to find places to camp at the and around the delta .Just joined the forum yesterday and if you would like to talk you could try to pm me I believe we can do that here
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:14 PM   #216
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Really Vintage! 1969 Glastron Motorhome, 20 footer. I am in the process doing CPR!

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Originally Posted by Jimb636;736346 I got this old MH in July and have spent most of my time working on the mechanical stuff. Brakes, fuel system, engine, cooling system, and weathering in the roof and windows. I will do a total gut and redo of the inside. Will not be a restoration as I want it to be more comfortable than it was originally. My wife and I will hopefully do some traveling in it. We are not really campers who like to hang around camp grounds. Will try to post as progress shows up.[IMG
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Get a load of the stalagtites on this fibreglas! Unit sat under an old Elm tree for 13 years!
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Old 11-24-2010, 02:47 PM   #217
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Pictures of the 1986 Bounder, that needed, "to make 600 miles"

My new 1986 Bounder project She is a little rough,(LOL)
but if the Lord is willing, with a lot of TLC and a unknown amount of money spent on her, she will be bounding thru the boondocks, come spring?
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Here is a 76 Itasca me and a group of friends are fixing up.



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My new 1986 Bounder project She is a little rough,(LOL)
but if the Lord is willing, with a lot of TLC and a unknown amount of money spent on her, she will be bounding thru the boondocks, come spring?
I hope you take lots of photos of the rehab, because it could be very educational for the rest of us!
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My much enjoyed sunline

My much enjoyed Sunline. Slept 6 if you wanted. Spent lots of time in the Adirondacks. Never hooked up when camping and always boondocked before I even knew the word for it.

Bought it used for $2400 and sold it 20 years later on Ebay for $3500. In background you can spot the Nash replacement.

I miss it and my days alone in the woods with it.






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My much enjoyed Sunline. Slept 6 if you wanted. Spent lots of time in the Adirondacks. Never hooked up when camping and always boondocked before I even knew the word for it.

Bought it used for $2400 and sold it 20 years later on Ebay for $3500. In background you can spot the Nash replacement.

I miss it and my days alone in the woods with it.





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ONE GREAT CLASSIC YOU HAD THERE. ENJOYED THE PICTURES AND FACT YOU HAD SUCH GOOD DOCUMENTATION.

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FRANK Tell us your groups plans on the unit.
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FRANK Tell us your groups plans on the unit.
This was given to a friend of mine if we would haul it off. Its been sitting since 1999, but aside from aesthetics, it appears that it had been pretty well maintained. SBC 350, 52k miles, maybe 152k, who knows. Previous owner is deceased so don't have the history much. Our plans are to have a MH we can share among 4 families. Everybody is pitching in time and money. Mostly intended for going to the races and trailering my friend's drag bike. Motor is running good. Genset runs good now. Still need to go through the other systems to check them out. Right now its just like an outdoor play house for the guys in the neighborhood to sit in, drink beer, play cards and get away from the house. Most of the year, that's probably what it will be used for. LOL!
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Here is the old Avco I owned. Donated it to a No Kill Animal shelter. Was going to put a 6bt diesel cummins in it, but bought a new one instead.

I've talked to one of the original guys that came up with the concept of an all fiberglass shell. It was cool, but not big enough for us.

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