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Old 04-05-2013, 08:07 AM   #1
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Smile 1986 Coleman Sequoia Renovation

Hi All, my first post here. Just thought you might like to see the progress on our 1986 Coleman Sequoia.

I picked it up for about $700, rough but the canvas was replaced 2 years prior and it needed some TLC. So we took to it. The ABS plastic was shot also, so you can see how we fixed that to make it better than new. We are still working on the interior, probably do that this summer...

Click on the link to see all the pics: Adventure Wagon Pop-Up Redux

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Thanks for looking!

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Very very nice!!
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It is a very nice job. I got to see the finished product in person just yesterday. It looks really nice but I could be a little bias as it is my son-in law. I have to say after looking at it in person I do believe that it was a lot more work than he makes it sound. Good job. Jim
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Great job! Looks like you'll have many hours of good camping with that guy. So are you planning on getting an ac?
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I luv restos that were made functional!
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Great job.. I like the Herculiner (bedliner) coating you added...and the diamond plate front & back...
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Thanks everyone, it was a fun project! And we keep on going...next the interior needs some work!
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Awesome play by play from start to finish

Loved checking out the whole project. And seeing the exterior of the completed pop-up. Now would love to be in the campsite next to ya!
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Brian did you use your AC and if so how did it work. Just wondering. Jim
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Looks terrific! Nice use of available products for restoration. I really like the diamond plate idea.
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