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Old 06-11-2014, 02:54 AM   #71
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Inherited my 1990 Fleetwood Bounder from the greatest man I have ever known, my dad!!

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We brought a 1979 Coachmen Lephrachaun in March for 1300.00 Put tires and shocks on it. Doing TLC things now. Been out 2x getting ready for our 3rd trip. It had 43000 miles on it. Easy to work on......no computers.......400 engine ....purrs like a kitten. Mark and Sam

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