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Ammeter installation is driving me crazy!
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Been busy updating and repairing the coach electrical system. Replaced the old converter/charger with a new 35 Amp converter/ 4 stage battery charger. Installed a 12 Volt outlet for a new Magestic 12…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pat Daly Jan 13, 2015.

Attention MoparHeads ! 72 Dodge B300 Carb/ 360 cid
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It,s a balmy 3 degrees!! Time to start doing the heavy mechanic's on the "Queen". She's a Class C, 1 ton duelly, all butt 20' bumper to bumper @ 8,000 lbs. Carburetion on this olde gal... I am ready…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by P. Vallerie Dec 17, 2013.

Having difficulty finding window glazing for a 72 Dodge Travel Queen
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We have been restoring this gem for the last four months.The rainy season is coming.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard W. Cobbs Mar 10, 2013.


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Part Time RVer, Dry Camper
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Wellington, COlorado
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Like to fix almost everything. Crazy about wood. Widget gadgets are my thing. Old houses & now old RV restoration.
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Continued Part 2 "Ms Queen" The quest for the Ultimate Poo Poo Experience

The Adventure of the Ultimate Poo Poo Experience – WHAAATTT - WOW!!! – I must be crazy to even consider writing about a subject like this. Having nightmarish visions of Robin Williams in the movie “RV’; opening the main dump handle for the first time, I proceeded with caution to subside my comic fears of a nasty experience.  As the story unfolds; we pulled up to one of the more remote full hookup sites last summer (2014) to check out all the systems. We were close enough to town and…


Posted on November 28, 2015 at 10:57pm — 3 Comments

The ongoing adventures with "The Queen" - 72 Dodge Travel Queen

Wow, the warm weather is gone with a winter blizzard bearing down on us, it's time once again to share some stories and how to's. I've decided to write several shorter blogs then one long annual one.

We finally got "The Queen" in better running condition and with all the added bells and whistles we had some amazing "glamping" adventures this season here in…


Posted on November 17, 2015 at 8:22pm — 2 Comments

72 Dodge Travel Queen - Its coming alive


Finally.... found enough time & nerve to start a blog about this old gal. Took on this project in November 2012 and have not looked back since. First year rebuilt driver side of the camper (see our video - Camper Restoration PUBLIC_0001) and during the summer months finished three of the exterior sides. With a little fiberglass repair, sanding and 6 coats of marine based paint the…


Posted on February 25, 2015 at 7:54pm — 9 Comments

Installing Inspection Ports in Water Tank

I decided to write a short how to blog instead of a film strip. People can take their time to read and look at the photo's at their own speed. In the spring of 2013 I started working on the water system in "The Queen". The fresh water tank was just gross. The price for a new one was a little steep. So I figured if I screw it up I'll buy a new one. If I can make it work I'll save…


Posted on March 1, 2014 at 6:30pm — 3 Comments

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At 10:56am on November 29, 2015, jan douwe noordenbos said…

hello pamela i have seen photo s of youre motorhome i love it wow what a nice motorhome  i hope you can use at alot,

At 7:56pm on December 2, 2013, Lakota Wolf said…

My Small trailer rebuild that I replaced front nose on had a flip toilet. I didnt really like having to flip the waste *backwards to empty into the waste tank. It was designed to maximize space because the room is also the shower,and I figured some people didnt want to sit down while showering.




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