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Our RV a 1970 Winnebago Chieftain D27

Hi all, we're new members.  We have a 1970 Winnebago Chieftain D27 with two doors. Its an M4 with a 413 Dodge engine, dually rear, factory…

Started by Larry Storm

11 Jan 11
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Bought a Frolic tonight.

It didn't come with a title (just a bill of sale) so any info (including approx. year) is greatly appreciated!

Started by Isadora (Izzy) Duncan

8 Dec 13, 2017
Reply by Isadora (Izzy) Duncan

MMP Windows Back In

It was suppose to rain all day yesterday. By 10AM I thought "OK it is cloudy but no rain." So I tore into the MMP. I removed the plastic to…

Started by Russ Johnson

8 Sep 7, 2017
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Itasca Windcruiser 37RQ

I have been looking at late 70's early 80's motorhomes. Have seen an Apollo 33' that looks interesting as well as an Airstream similar leng…

Started by Ian Sampson

16 Sep 3, 2017
Reply by Ralph Javins

Day 1 of the restart of putting the MMP back together

I was finally able to face starting the rebuild of the MMP (Mobile Money Pit) this morning. It was an interesting 3 hours. Started out cool…

Started by Russ Johnson

3 Sep 2, 2017
Reply by Pat Daly

Major accomplishment achieved today.

I am putting the MMP back together. I got a start today with getting some of the wooden framework in place. The most expensive piece, not c…

Started by Russ Johnson

3 Jul 11, 2017
Reply by Ralph Javins

Passenger wall framing completed

Today was not exciting, just completed the framework on the passenger side of the MMP and began scoping out how to frame in the front end.…

Started by Russ Johnson

2 Jul 8, 2017
Reply by Russ Johnson

Another day in paradise--or--What repairing delamination entails.

Took at the MMP again this morning. What a fun time that was. First thing I did was to once again back the pickup up to the MMP, but the dr…

Started by Russ Johnson

6 Jun 21, 2017
Reply by Russ Johnson

Carpet removal

Not much accomplished, got the wall marked up and cut for removal and started removing more of the carpet. Just a gazillion, bazillion stap…

Started by Russ Johnson

4 Jun 20, 2017
Reply by Russ Johnson

Day whatever plus one

Today was a mixed bag. I found more water logged wood and insulation all under the long window. Removed everything down to the floor and I…

Started by Russ Johnson

0 Jun 12, 2017




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