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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.
Hayes, Va
1989 TravelMaster
Ford E350 Chassis
460FI
117,000 miles

I was given this motorhome in exchage to remove it from the owners property in Jan 2010. It didnt run, had been sitting for a couple years. I had to replace 3 or 4 bent pushrods, redo the fuel system, remove and clean gas tank to get it going. Runs like a dream now.

The coach had the famous class C leak in the cab-over section. I re sealed all the exterior cablights, windows and seams and stopped the leak. I then gutted the very front and relaced all rotten wood(wish I had pics of this) and replaced as original, now looks factory.

I redid all the wall covering with vinyl sheet flooring(Im in the flooring business). It gives it a undated look, easy to install and is very durable! I installed hardwood in the small kitchen and new carpet thoughout.

The exterior-- I removed all the old '80s stripes, painted the wave pattern, then buffed and waxed it. Last I put on 6 new BF Goodrich All-Terrain 'E' load tires.

I did all the work myself. I have about $1600 invested including the new tires.

My family and I are having a ball with it!!

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At 9:06am on August 18, 2010, Alex said…
ok i will post a couple extra pics.Its a 1967 arrow with a ford 352 engine.i can not find anything about this thing on the internet.The passenger of this rv will really suffer-the seat is not adjustable and the window is fixed!-Weird how this thing only has 1 rv door to enter and exit.I put all pex pipe -the toilet is a monomatic reciriculating toilet with no flap to hide the waste-it has a strong electric motor though.It was known as the fecal fountain when the toilets were made up till 1980.
 
 
 

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