When we had a motorhome, we had a Ford Probe GT. It was one of Fords better kept secrets. The car was fast and a blast to drive on the back roads.
__________________ Amateur Radio Operator (KE5DFR)|Full-Time! - 2012 6.7L Ford Crew Cab Dually -2013 HitchHiker Champagne 38RLRSB - Travel with one Standard Schnauzer and one small Timneh African Gray Parrot
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Norm, Donna & Tinker Kat 74 MGB-GT, 75 MGB, 01 Z3
Life is a Timed Event, you only get One Go Around!
You have all been so helpful in creating ideas that I thought it was only appropriate that I let you know what we finally decided on. Today we entered an agreement to purchase a 2002 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. I'd always wanted a convertible and life with its many complexities just seemed to keep getting in the way. With the 1999-2004 Mustangs all being towable four down with a manual it became the first and finally the last choice.
Thanks for all your great input. This was a fun thread to watch and we really appreciated your thoughts. See you all down the road!
How about this for a laugh. I purchased it last summer
Its a Q-Pod, built in France by Secma. She weighs in at 220kg. There is a 350 cc petrol air cooled engine. 86 mpg and holds a gallon of petrol. No gear box, it is belt driven.
Two seats, Handlebar direct steering and throttle. Foot operated brakes.
The doors and roof are removable. Plastic body panels and floor. A steel box section chassis. 50 mph feels like 100. Its crazy.
No A frame or dolly. All I do is slide a 2 inch square steel box section a meter long into a corresponding chassis section, held with pins, on the other end is a standard ball hitch. The front of the vehicle is lifted clear of the road surface and dropped onto the RV hitch.
Awesome! . . . where did you get it?
__________________ 1991 32' Winnebago Itasca
bought used in 2009 - our first