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New CB - Evil?

So when I posted a pic of me driving the Allegro, Philip asked what the box by my left leg was. He thought it might be a CB. Good guess, bu…

Started by Jim Stoltz

23 Oct 2, 2016
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Any ideas about fixing a frozen left front brake? 89 Allegro. Been sitting a couple years but everything else fine except the one wheel won…

Started by Glynda

3 Oct 1, 2016
Reply by Jim Stoltz

Hershey Trip Report

Just returned from our annual trip to Hershey. Going out we ran into extremely heavy downpours and high winds despite a 0% chance of rain i…

Started by Jim Stoltz

13 Jun 27, 2016
Reply by Jim Stoltz


Well the floor is almost done. If your not a contortionist it's not fun. But it is worth it.

Started by Philip Wolsonovich

1 Jun 27, 2016
Reply by Cristina Gouin

Suspension air bags

Has anyone replaced the coil airbags? If so how did you get them in. The instructions say to twist the air bag but I can't get it to untwis…

Started by Philip Wolsonovich

12 Jun 24, 2016
Reply by Cristina Gouin

Pocono Raceway Report

So we had an interesting time at the Pocono Raceway this past weekend. I had the Allegro parked in the driveway for a day letting the frid…

Started by Jim Stoltz

10 Jun 6, 2016
Reply by Jim Stoltz

Getting Ready for NASCAR

I'm a little embarrassed to admit that this is the first time I've washed it in over a year (maybe close to 2).

Started by Jim Stoltz

2 Jun 3, 2016
Reply by Jim Stoltz

Tonight's Fun with the Allegro

I'm headed to the Pocono Raceway next Friday for the NASCAR race. But before then, my daughter is having some friends over to camp out in t…

Started by Jim Stoltz

19 May 27, 2016
Reply by Jim Stoltz

7,500 lb. capacity leveling jack snapped

I had 4 under the RV, one under each corner. There's NO WAY there was anywhere near 7,500 lbs on it. I use them for leveling/stabilizing.…

Started by Jim Stoltz

7 May 23, 2016
Reply by Jim Stoltz

Finally Moving My '84 M30

As some of you know, I moved back in December to a new house. The driveway is really steep and almost 500 feet long. When I get up top, the…

Started by Jim Stoltz

5 May 22, 2016
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