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The ham is dead long live Ham the second
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So Hamlet was hit and killed by a drunk driver coming out of Mono Lake CA. I collected the insurance money removed the vital organs laid up a new frame built a new box installed the salvaged…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jimco_W001 Mar 9, 2015.

Mourning the Ham
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I have not posted in a while as I am still mourning the loss of my canned ham.It was a lot of work restoring it and putting everything modern in it (old on the outside super modern on the inside…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jimco_W001 Aug 7, 2014.

RV salvage
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Does anyone know if the salvage yard in Sacramento is still thereContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pat Daly Jan 5, 2014.

trailer skins

So me thinks I found that skin material. it is 35.53 a 4X8 sheet made up of ABS plasticso what if I laminate this 0.35 ABS to a 3/16th composite particle board  and fasten it to the ribs of my RV and…Continue

Started Jan 5, 2014


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Rebuild of my 1962 pull toy

As soon as I get some decent pictures I will post them


I still have absolutely no idea as to why I bought this thing, we were hunting in Canada two years back and we came upon a rancher who politely informed us that we had strayed onto land he was stewarding(what ever that meant) then he asked us if we would stay for coffee ( ok I thought it was strange but when in Rome).  As we walked up to the house I spotted this really bashed and rust RV at first I thought it was a box…


Posted on January 5, 2014 at 11:49am — 5 Comments

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