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a slow rebuild of a 2005 Cross Country SE that was on fire

Posted 09-28-2012 at 02:15 PM by terry735001

sorry looks like the pics of the floats are to big well have to play with them to add them latter but here you can see trying to get every down to see what i had to work with

i an 6.2 high and the inside roof height was 6.3 i know i would not be putting the ACs back on the roof as i had a large solar system going up there so i raised the roof by 16 inc 3 or 4 more then the top of the ac would be and started filling in
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    it was alot of hard work to get this as far as we have
    Posted 09-28-2012 at 02:41 PM by mickeyheart2 mickeyheart2 is offline
 

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