I have what I believe is a little dipper, but Im not 100% sure. Based on what little info I can find on the net,it looks like one. The interior pics I ve found look like mine before I gutted it. From what Ive read they were built in Azusa Ca by northwest coach at Gates cabinet. Mine does have a tag on the side of it that confirms this info, but I dont know if the little dipper was all they made or not. I cant find a VIN on it either. It does have a serial # but it doesnt help me any. I would…Continue
Quick notes for surviving a winter blast while Rving. Foam tube wrap and heat tape on the water line, (if connected to city water). Full skirting around the RV, and a fiberglass insulation piece taped or wired to the bottom and sides of the holding tanks. If you have an exterior drain valve, wrap it also.With windows, have that silver reflective cover that's used to keep the sun off your dash of a car, but face the silver inwards. Use small towels also along the bottom of the windows to…Continue
A good friend, rolled down from Texarkana down here to Waco Texas.
He has a 2011 Skyline Nomad bumper pull 26 footer.
Basically the lower end of Skylines models but it started off serving its purpose.THEN,,, everything that could possibly go wrong DID.
This is a case of the so called Domino effect, referring to Murphy's Law.
His break away safety switch shorted out,,, locking the brakes up for a good quarter miles,,, and then finally releasing,letting the wheels…Continue
As I continue to rework my camper and not sure if one would say it's a vintage or just an old camper, I still take a break now and than to look for the VIN# which I still have not found. I do not believe it is on the side of the tongue of the camper and if it was on a label plate mounted on the tongue it's gone. I am in the long process of trying to get a reassign VIN# so I can register the camper cause the weight is more than 2500 lbs. and the state required all trailer to be registered,…Continue