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Old 03-29-2011, 05:10 PM   #309
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ok lets try again

here is our new to us 1974 Shasta XL2200 I found it sitting in a yard in the town where I work and finally asked the owner about it... $300.00 later and she is mine... now the fun begins its in pretty good shape just needs a little clean up and some minor repairs and viola we will be camping in her... more pics to come when I get it home ( just waiting for the phone call that he has it all cleaned out.
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Old 03-29-2011, 07:39 PM   #310
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Congrats on the "new" toy. Let's see some interior photos.

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No drivers door?
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Old 03-30-2011, 07:58 AM   #312
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Hi all...my new 1989 Toyota Seabreeze

Here are a few pics of "Yoda, my lil Toyota" ..1st ever MH, and kinda excited!!
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Old 03-30-2011, 09:44 PM   #313
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WOW I just joined the site and am finding people are really nice here we bought a 1987 winnebago chieftian limited edition 33'-3" long iwas reading on here about a guy who has gutted his thru out we almost had to do the same thing dont as bad as yours we are now trying to put it all back together but iam having a time at finding some parts maybe someone can direct me in the right direction lloking for a exterior fridge door and frame goes on out side also trying to figure out i have three battery's and fourth uder the hood my air horns do not work and we are trying to find a chasis manual for it any ideas where to go or anything will help we have it coming up on a year and havent even enjoyed a trip in yet looking forward to any help kind regards
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Here are a few pics of "Yoda, my lil Toyota" ..1st ever MH, and kinda excited!!
.........What a great find, talk about utilized space, you got it, nice rig. Welcome to this great site and jump in anytime. Good luck and travel safe.
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I think a drivers door was optional in 79, but perhaps standard in 80? I've seen several 80 and newer chieftains w/ a drivers door. Speaking of doors, I spend the day restoring the one and only door I have. New interior skin, brushed nickel kick plate, stainless screws, etc. Will post pics tomorrow. Went failrly well, except for the new lock/handle mechanism. It's a bit too small for the opening so I'm scratching my head on how to deal with the 1" gap to the right of the housing....
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WELCOME aboard rv daytrader,

Tell us more about that clean looking Toyota unit you have there.

Did you get her dug out of the snow okay?
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here is our new to us 1974 Shasta XL2200 I found it sitting in a yard in the town where I work and finally asked the owner about it... $300.00 later and she is mine... now the fun begins its in pretty good shape just needs a little clean up and some minor repairs and viola we will be camping in her... more pics to come when I get it home ( just waiting for the phone call that he has it all cleaned out.
Now that is a great buy and welcome.

Can't wait to see the inside and hear your plans for making it your own place.

Good luck to you and post us up an update please.
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Bilter11, welcome to iRV2. We love having all of the older RVs...they are kind of like most of us now...just getting older and better every year.


That is a great looking YODA.

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ok Here are the outside Pics

Well after more of a wait then I wanted I finally got the Old Shasta Home today. after the ride home came the fun of leveling a 22 foot camper in a non level yard.. Thank god i have some experience with Cribbing and planking.
But it is here and so far I have taken some pictures and even tested some of the electric. Tomorrow is another day . we'll see what kind of trouble I can get into.. if you were waiting for inside Pictures well .... your going to have to wait till tomorrow.. Im off to Walmart for some much needed supplies..

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Found out mine is an Imperial, not an Ambassador, so it has the huge 65 gal dual fuel optional propane tank that also affects weight balance. Kevin
Stangdoc, Have you tried running your rig on propane? I have the option but haven't got the nerve up to try it yet. One of the members sent me a copy of the HR recall on the propane option because it was potentially a fire hazard. However, some commercial vehicles, even some school buses, use it all the time.
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This is my 1992 coachman sportscoach
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