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Old 01-17-2017, 10:09 PM   #2283
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those old Winnys run forever..not like the new fuel injected POS we have now. reseal the roof and enjoy.
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Old 01-17-2017, 10:23 PM   #2284
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Welcome aboard. Have fun enjoy your rig. This forum is a great place to get help and support. Don't be afraid to ask. You will get answers
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Old 01-18-2017, 03:14 AM   #2285
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those old Winnys run forever..not like the new fuel injected POS we have now. reseal the roof and enjoy.
Bullpucky, I have 133k on my fuel injected 98 chevy....
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Old 02-01-2017, 02:44 PM   #2286
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Here are pictures of our 1978 Royals International
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Old 02-02-2017, 02:07 AM   #2287
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/78810404@N08/

1979 Avion, set up for BLM camping, with wood stove and Nature's Head. SOlar going on this spring. Other photos include the 1969 Terry, and an old Executive I have since sold.
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Old 02-06-2017, 07:50 PM   #2288
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1993 Dutchmen Classic 28

Here is my 93 Dutchmen Class A (Dutch) I just finished painting him last week. I have replaced the flooring, countertops, awnings, added solar 200 watts, and front end mods. My wife, myself and our dog Dub really enjoy it.
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Here's our old 1993 Airstream 34 foot Legacy. Great rig, just got to be a little dated, so updated a bit. Also thought I'd put in a pic of our "Motor Home" in Australia. A 1986 Suzuki Carry van. Talk about micro camping!! We did put 25,000+ km's on it as we circumnavigated the continent! That was in 1989 for 5 1/2 months! We did actually sleep in it. Built a shelf across the back and stored stuff in the front for the nights. Had a 12 volt "Eski" and even bought 2 lawn chairs. This was taken somewhere across the Nullarbor in South West Australia.
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Wow that Airstream is in great condition!

Got to get to Australia someday! I have family there in Perth and Sydney.

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Wow that Airstream is in great condition!

Got to get to Australia someday! I have family there in Perth and Sydney.

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By all means, go. But it's a long drive from Sydney to Perth and back. We did both routes, plus down into the center.
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Hello, just joined. Really glad to have found this section on this site!

My name is Joyce and I live in Fairbanks, Alaska. I bought this 1973 winnebago Brave just before parking it for the winter last year, but come spring I got to work making it "good enough for boondocking" and over the past summer I put several thousand miles on it with many fun trips.

Looking forward to spring again when I can get it out of storage and get back to my rv-related projects and then get it on the road this summer.

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i LOVE THAT OLD COACH,,, i hope to get to visit Fairbanks someday ,, maybe you could give me the ten cent tour of town if i ever get there. My dream has always been to live in Alaska,,, in the summers lol !!
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Looks in great shape!!
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After owning a new Gulfstream and having constant problems with poor craftsmanship we sold the lemon and bought a 1992 Bluebird Wanderlodge. It has yet to fail us. We just finished a 3700 mile 2 month trip and love her even more. It is slow on hills ( it weight 33,000 lbs.) but drives like a dream.
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After owning a new Gulfstream and having constant problems with poor craftsmanship we sold the lemon and bought a 1992 Bluebird Wanderlodge. It has yet to fail us. We just finished a 3700 mile 2 month trip and love her even more. It is slow on hills ( it weight 33,000 lbs.) but drives like a dream. I added 800 watts of solar and 4 AGM coach batteries mated to a Magnum 2812 inverter and now can boondock without the generator for weeks on end.
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