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Old 08-11-2012, 07:32 AM   #1023
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Here is my Holiday I have had for 17 years
I will add Double Sweet on the HR. I really like that style RV.
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Old 08-11-2012, 02:32 PM   #1024
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Heres another pic of our 1988 HR

More of our baby
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Old 08-11-2012, 03:00 PM   #1025
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My 1967 Wheel popup camper

I paid $700 for a 1967 Wheel popup camper. As soon as I saw it, I knew what I was going to do to it. Im 95% done in making it mission ready to go camping with my family. The only part Im having a small issue with is the part that we sleep under. the outside of the vinyl. What I did so far is bought some felx seal at walmart and sprayed both side of the sleeping quarters out side ( the roof ) and now im looking to paint the roof white. Question for all: what can I use to paint the roof part white. I need help.
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Old 08-12-2012, 06:28 AM   #1026
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1967Wheel - nice job on the pop-up!
If you're talking painting plastic, maybe check out Krylon Fusion spray paint, it's formulated especially for plastics. Comes in spray cans, available at any decent hardware store.
I used Krylon Fusion to paint my mirror covers a few years ago, has held up very well.
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Old 08-12-2012, 08:43 AM   #1027
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If it's fabric or plastic, you can use one of the Duplicolor's interior paints, designed to paint interior parts and fabrics in cars. Check their web site; if it's plastic, it may need a pre-spray of an adherence enhancer.
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Old 08-12-2012, 12:05 PM   #1028
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Everything Old is New Again

The family and I were camping at the KOA at Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Here are some pictures of the amazing setup that pulled into the site beside ours.
The '69 Airstream is being pulled by a '59, 390cuin, Pink Cadillac Convertable.
Both are owned by Rick and Brenda Goguen of New Brunswick, Canada.
After laying in a Junk yard in NB for 26 years Rick and Brenda took two years to lovingly restored her to her former glory at a cost of over $30,000.
The original colour of the Caddy was indeed pink, I saw the before pics of the firewall and inside the trunk.
Rick and Brenda are now on their way to Michighan, give'em a wave or a honk if you spot them. Very nice people with a great ride and trailer. I was very luck to have met them and get a look at this fantastic setup.

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Im sorry.... But, THAT IS JUST PLAIN COOL!!!
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Old 08-12-2012, 02:33 PM   #1030
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Im sorry.... But, THAT IS JUST PLAIN COOL!!!
Yeah, when I saw it I knew I had to share it with the gang here at IRV2. The Custom license Plate "TooCool" is the name of their air-conditioning company. I think just about everyone at the KOA stopped by to have a look.
It was funny, I was sitting outside my rig when I heard the deep rumble of the engine, it wasn't loud or anything, it was just announcing it's presence, sort of like what your about to see is nicer than the way it sounds, so in anticipation i sat up and waited for this jaw dropping setup to slowly rumble around some trees. The sight and sound were in perfect harmoney.
I was gobsmacked.
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What a great combination, a cool pink Cadillac and a very nice Air Stream. They did a great restore on them.
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More of our baby
I love the old Holiday Ramblers. I have a 1991 mallard which is like a wannabe HR, the diet coke of really nice RV's. Just one calorie, you know the rest. My wife has surgery on Thursday out of town so, we're heading out in the RV to get that taken care of. I'm living in the RV with the dogs while she is in the hospital.
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I love the old Holiday Ramblers. I have a 1991 mallard which is like a wannabe HR, the diet coke of really nice RV's. Just one calorie, you know the rest. My wife has surgery on Thursday out of town so, we're heading out in the RV to get that taken care of. I'm living in the RV with the dogs while she is in the hospital.
At the Hospital? Some do have RV hook ups..

Prayers for your wife..
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You think Elvis is driving the caddy?? (Elvis is in the CG)

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You think Elvis is driving the caddy?? (Elvis is in the CG)

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The Falls ya say! We're originally from Lockport. :-)
Small world, if you're talking about the Lockport in the People's Republic of Illinois. Daughter lives there.

ETA oops, finally read the op to which you replied... Never mind
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