Well she is back in the Driveway now time to spruce up the inside a bit and get ready to enjoy the summer

Motor Home survived the winter fine with no damage inside or out and fixing the over head bunk window I am sure kept water damage from occuring on the inside.  Looking forward to enjoying it this summer and hopefully we will have good weather and good driving etc.

Views: 81


Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Nice lookin old coach you have there..... In my days I've owned a bunch of the older Class C's, still only up to a 1995 lol thats fairly new for me. Seems most of the old Class C's leaked around that bunk window (unless a Born Free, the best built in my opinion), it was just a bad idea which unattended can trash the entire front. I'm big on preventive maintenance on those older C's, at least twice a year I use my air gun to clean n blow out the hot water heater combustion chamber, the entire fridge compartment (make sure top vent is clean n free), the furnace and then top off alll fluids and lube and grease and have new belts and hoses and air and fuel filter and, of course, the 10 ply tires aired up to max load at X PSI. Those 460 Fords are a *&^%$ to change water pumps and bad to break the rear bolts on the exhaust manifolds. Whenever I bought one I removed the old 3 core radiator and replaced with a 4 core and installed a new water pump and fan cluth if needed, then I was good to go.

Have a fun and safe season

Ol John T in Indiana 1995 Four Winds 26 ft. Chateau Sport Class C on a Chevrolet 454 with E4OD Overdrive Tranny.




  •         How To Links 

-Search Good Old RV's

-Start a New Group 

-Roof Repair Photos & Products

-Repair an RV Roof

-Pick Roof Sealer   

-Understanding RV Electrical Systems 

-Get RV Insurance   

-What to Look For When Buying a Used RV

-Jack Installs Fuel Injection in his Dodge 


 Paige's VintageTrailer Art  

 Paige's VintageTrailerFabric

 Artist Roads                                            Sandy's Stained Glasshttps://www.pinterest.com/pin/552605816752050167/     



If you love classic and vintage RVs then come Join us. Come on in and have some fun. JOIN HERE NOW


rv manual

Started by karla in General Discussion Forum Mar 12.

Anybody wave? 1 Reply

Started by GypsyR in General Discussion Forum. Last reply by Grey Wolf Mar 9.

Blog Posts

Third time is a charm!

Posted by S.Heins on March 31, 2021 at 1:14pm

Newbie Fireball

Posted by Kenneth C on March 9, 2021 at 10:25pm


Posted by Linda Lee Toepfer on January 18, 2021 at 1:40pm

1982 Chevrolet Travel Mate Class A

Posted by Barb Stanley on December 17, 2020 at 9:15am

Looking for help identifying this camper

Posted by Jeff on October 7, 2020 at 12:57am — 1 Comment


  • Add Videos
  • View All


If you love classic and vintage RVs then come Join us.

 Come on in and have some fun.         JOIN HERE NOW!

 Dedicated to a simpler, more rewarding and fun way of life in a Good Old RV... 

Vintage Travel Trailers, Vintage Campers, Camper Restoration, Bus Conversions, Vintage RV Forums, Old RVs, Tiny Homes, Boondocking


A work of art by member Paige Bridges

Get your Good Old RVs T-Shirt HERE


 Disclaimer - Please Read it

Enjoy this site and use it totally at your own risk.

By using or viewing this site YOU agree to Hold Harmless anyone associated with it including other members. Also, YOU agree that YOU are solely responsible for ANY and ALL actions, results or damages. Members "opinions" are just that and any repair or alteration comments or recommendations are by folks who are not licensed repair  or mechanical professionals. Any repairs or modifications you do totally at YOUR OWN RISK. Use licensed professionals for all work to avoid possible serious injury or damage. Use  banks for purchases.  Have fun!

Copywrite & Trade Mark Registered GoodOldRV© ,GoodOldRVs©, GoodOldRVs.com©,GoodOldRVs.net©,GoodOldRV.Com©

© 2021   Created by Russell E Johnson.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service