Andy Shepard
Share on Facebook
  • Blog Posts
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Groups
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Andy Shepard's Friends

  • Old soldier
 

Andy Shepard's Page

Latest Activity

Old soldier left a comment for Andy Shepard
"Did you find your VIN?  How is everything going with your Meteor?  "
Jul 9
Old soldier left a comment for Andy Shepard
"For Meteors, top of the tongue, on the left as you face it (ie, “curbside”) near the crank to raise the front.  Likely covered by layers of old paint.  Wire brush to bare metal; shoot a good photo (convert to black and white…"
May 17
Old soldier and Andy Shepard are now friends
May 16
Lakota Wolf left a comment for Andy Shepard
"Your V.I.N. should be stamped on the *Inside portion of the frame on the tongue of the trailer, Usually stamped on the LEFT side (facing the trailer). A wire brush and some elbow grease is involved."
May 15
Andy Shepard left a comment for Heather Guillot
"Any chance someone can help me find the VIN number on my 1963 Fireball Meteor 16'?"
May 15
Andy Shepard is now a member of Good Old RVs
May 15

Profile Information

You And RVing
Dry Camper
What's your camper's Brand, i.e. Travco, Shasta, etc.
1963 Fireball Meteor 16' Standard w/ Upper Berth
City and State where you are located. Do not use zip code, you know what it means but it means nothing to the rest of us.
Asheville, NC
Tell us a little About Yourself
I live in Asheville, NC and own a 1963 Fireball Meteor Standard with Upper Berth. It's in pretty good shape.
What Interests you about the world of Good Old RVs?
Old Soldier's knowledge of Fireball campers.
Anti-spam question: 4 plus 1 equals what?
5

Comment Wall (3 comments)

You need to be a member of Good Old RVs to add comments!

Join Good Old RVs

At 11:22am on July 9, 2019, Old soldier said…

Did you find your VIN?  How is everything going with your Meteor?  

At 9:00am on May 17, 2019, Old soldier said…

For Meteors, top of the tongue, on the left as you face it (ie, “curbside”) near the crank to raise the front.  Likely covered by layers of old paint.  Wire brush to bare metal; shoot a good photo (convert to black and white then increase sharpness and contrast); compare to the Title VIN; then repaint to stop rust.   Many Fireballs had the VIN on right side of tongue.  It may be covered by the platform that holds propane tanks, but it’s only a few screws holding it in place.  As I said in my email, let’s talk.  I don’t “do” facebook and such for security reasons.  It was odd I heard from you and another person.   Congrats on having a Fireball....my personal favorite canned ham!  

At 10:29pm on May 15, 2019, Lakota Wolf said…

Your V.I.N. should be stamped on the *Inside portion of the frame on the tongue of the trailer, Usually stamped on the LEFT side (facing the trailer).

A wire brush and some elbow grease is involved.

 
 
 

Members

HOW TO MEMBER POSTS

  •         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 

 RV ARTISTS 

 Paige's VintageTrailer Art  

 Paige's VintageTrailerFabric

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

                      

COME JOIN US on GOOD OLD RVS

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

Forum

insulation 6 Replies

Started by Barbara in RV Repair & Maintence. Last reply by Barbara Nov 27.

1992 C Coachmen 3 Replies

Started by S.Heins in Class C RV discussions. All things Class C related.. Last reply by Billy lotz Nov 19.

Steel valve stems

Started by Jack Wasmuth in RV Repair & Maintence Oct 28.

Blog Posts

1983 Apollo 3300 DB

Posted by Bradley on December 8, 2019 at 8:58am — 1 Comment

California PSPS and fires

Posted by Steve Kaiser on November 2, 2019 at 6:53pm

1962 Fireball Meteor 16’ w/title

Posted by Chris on October 29, 2019 at 3:00pm

FOR SALE 1973 Chinook 2500 ($15,000 OBO)

Posted by Stephen Datnoff on September 23, 2019 at 11:29pm

just so you know our rig.

Posted by Dave Haslam on September 22, 2019 at 6:03pm

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

JOIN US - COME ON IN!

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

YOUR OWN GORVs T-Shirt!

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©

© 2019   Created by Russell E Johnson.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service