it appears the folks who are selling the last motor home hubby wanted to look at have not gotten back with us...so we never went to see it and the 'do or die' time limit ran out today. Seems like fate, the gods, reciprocity, or something wants us to have her. Perhaps the Honey just likes us well enough to want to be ours and Hubby will be getting her fixed up. Thats fine by me... she will be my toy and I like her well enough to be happy with her.
Will be looking for some red max pro # 3 sometime this summer,
getting the drawers taken care of,
testing the generator,
and fixing the toilet tubing dribble which runs into the shower drain when the pump runs.
The over the windows area in the cab have plastic disks with the teeth part of Velcro on them. I am guessing this was for curtains of some type once upon a time. They are stapled with brads or something into the vinyl or what ever the cabover area is covered in.
Does anyone still have a system like this and what would the Velcro part on the curtain look like that attaches to the cab?
I'll see if I can get a picture. Tomorrow.
There is also a hook dead center between the cab and back area that looks like someone may have had a dowel rod they made a curtain for and hung there.
What was common in 1988? I'd like to stay true to what might have been in there.
Martha (AKA RVM45), Bob, and Bess the Border collie
22'Honey Sportscruiser on a 1988 Ford Econoline.
Sometimes towing a powered Parachute.