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Old 05-30-2010, 08:28 PM   #113
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You have a great sense of humor. There is no way I'm selling her. but nice that you post ! it gives me someone to talk to. So what are you doing tomarrow for the holiday?ok when I take the pics I will move the wine glasses. I could replace them with cocktail glasses. OH I made the best cocktails last night. A pear tree martini pear vodka fresh lime juice and St. Germain M M good !!!!! ryegal
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Hummmmm,that drink sounds familiar.. Isn't that one from the rally a couple of weeks ago?? You folks don't know what a rally is w/o Ryegal,the Barth and the Bartenders....
Ryegal,had a good Rogue Brewery "John John Ale" for dinner and now I'm having a Goslings Black Seal Bermuda Rum straight up with one ice cube.Jeanne's gone to Kauai for two weeks so Ryan,the Dawg and I are heading for Oregon for two weeks with my aunt Roma from Portland.She's 88 y/o and we're going out to find some more McMenimins Brewpubs.
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Old 05-31-2010, 07:07 AM   #115
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Hey Bigdog ! did you see where fatmanar wants to buy my Barth for $2,000 dollars? Yeah right I wouldn't sell it for anything but like the fact he appreciates it. I have the recipies for all those drinks. The bartenders are at Pacific Oregon and like the park they are at indoor pool and big rec hall said it would be good for a rally.Speaking of rally I'm in for PA right? do I need to send money?
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Old 05-31-2010, 02:17 PM   #116
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RyeGal, you misundertood. I was quoteing you when I said "I'll give you 2,000" , but I would make an offer of $2,000 just to help you out of a tight spot!! I'm still getting things put together so I can leave for Fl in two weeks. The roads were full of rvs this weekend here. I rode through the local parks and you couldn't find a spot if your life depended on it. Can't wait to get back on the road!!
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Old 05-31-2010, 04:03 PM   #117
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this is at one our rallies
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Yes,you're on for the mini...no money till you get there..
Where is Pacific Oregon?? Ryan,me and dawg are heading for the coast this week and I want to stay at Newport at the Class A rv resort. We'll probably stay at the marina rv park tho,so that we can walk to both the Rogue brewery and the Rogue distillery.Probably get picked up for a WUI anyway.
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Here is our oldie.

It's a 1972 Apollo and it was on our property when we bought it. The Chrysler 440 runs and the entire thing needs work. We want to have it ready by this fall to start using it. I hope the photo loads.
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It's a 1972 Apollo and it was on our property when we bought it. The Chrysler 440 runs and the entire thing needs work. We want to have it ready by this fall to start using it. I hope the photo loads.
Free is good! Makes the cost of modding and updating easier to swallow.

I paid mine off 4 years ago and so far have fought the urge to upgrade and go back into debt. But now that it's old enough to be paid for it needs remodeling.
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It's a 1972 Apollo and it was on our property when we bought it. The Chrysler 440 runs and the entire thing needs work. We want to have it ready by this fall to start using it. I hope the photo loads.

Great 72 Apollo

How about a few pics of the inside before remodel.

Tell us some of your plans. This can be a real classic.
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I'll try and get some pictures of the inside today. For how long it has been abandoned (12-15 years) it is in better shape than I thought it would be.
We haven't started to clean it, so what you'll see is what we found.
Thanks for the replies.
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Well here is the RV I just got rid of for my current RV. This is a 1977 Dodge Fleetwood Flair. I paid $1000.00 for her and replaced a lot of the plumbing, valves, repaired the grey and black tanks, intalled a new stereo system, new microwave, shocks, tires, lights, new compartment doors, new propane tank and lines, and re-sealed the roof ( I am probably forgetting a few things). I did all of the work myself and turned her over to the new owner for $2500.00. She served us well and will do her new owners good too.



I now have a 1989 Fleetwood Bounder on a P32 chassis. I don't have any pics just yet but I will soon.
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Since I'm new here I figured I'd start out by posting a pic of our coach. It's a 1988 28' Barth Regal on a Chevy P32 with a 454.
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Hi 88Barth, welcome to iRV2. Those old Barths are sure pretty. We see one that is that vintage and painted mostly black here in Houston over where we get our TT inspected. I think the thing is seldom moved as we never see it gone and we travel that road fairly often.

Post some interior shots as well. My 79 Silver Streak is post #1 on this thread.

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