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Old 09-30-2014, 02:09 PM   #43
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Kinda reminds me of the Chrysler Aeroflow car that was from the 30's.
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Old 09-30-2014, 02:37 PM   #44
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Kinda reminds me of the Chrysler Aeroflow car that was from the 30's.

Close on the year. Here's the sign that was on it. Click image for larger version

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They bought it from the original owner. He ordered it from the Sears and Roebuck catalog and assembled it himself. Apparently it came with everything but the tires.
DW looked inside and said no way. There's room to lay down, and the ceiling is about 18" above your head. A little claustrophobic for her....
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Love how the owner is piping in cool air from A/C unit under the tongue.
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I think this Vixen 21 TD would qualify as rare.


I posted it in our blog last here.
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I think this Vixen 21 TD would qualify as rare.


I posted it in our blog last here.
It's a real beauty. Thanks for sharing


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Pics of my "fairly" rare 1976 Amerigo Truck Camper. Well I should say rare "re-built" TC. I think there are many still out there, just not in great shape.
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i love the USS ENETERPRISE....VERY NICE live long and prosper..
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1968 aristocrat landcammandor,,..
the dw and i just finished restoring
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Nice work bap. She's a beauty. Hope you have a lot of fun with it.
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thanks cimplexsound, i have the DW to think for this one ,she done a great job on everything,,,,she put the paint sheme together as well as the interior,,,i just done what i was told...lol

it was alot ofv fun,,takes some thought and work but its fun,,,cant wait to put the lights on it...
and forgot to mention the mailbox address is 1968....i lioke that...
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thanks cimplexsound, i have the DW to think for this one ,she done a great job on everything,,,,she put the paint sheme together as well as the interior,,,i just done what i was told...lol

it was alot ofv fun,,takes some thought and work but its fun,,,cant wait to put the lights on it...
and forgot to mention the mailbox address is 1968....i lioke that...
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1968 aristocrat landcammandor,,..
the dw and i just finished restoring
Nicely done. Looks like new.
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1988 Intervec Falcon 190. Looks almost new, and has had a complete interior redo. Even tho I have a Class A, I can't seem to part with the old camper van. I guess cos I have too many "labor of love" hours invested in it!
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