I have a 1973 ford lark totally sound never any leaks no stains or tears 70k good tires new water an propane lines unreal condition ac works don't know if fridge is gona work or not 1500 dollars southern middle tenn 423 290 5518
Added by TRINITY DIAL on August 23, 2016 at 12:17pm — No Comments
Day 1, Monday 8-22-16:
I was planning on leaving the house at 2PM today, so as per usual we left at 3PM. Which is better than the 4PM it would normally have been. When DW finally realized that US 412 is mostly a 2 lane highway she got noticeably upset. Being the well trained husband that I am I answered "Yup, it sure is." maybe not one of my better responses but it got the point across and dagger stares for the next 50 miles.
For those of you who have not traveled US 412 across…Continue
Added by Brenda Cornett on August 21, 2016 at 9:13pm — No Comments
This ole Wolf is fur frazzled,and jet lagged. We survived bumpy roads, stooopid people,road construction,detours, rain,high winds, more stooopid peoples. Truck stop coffee,fast food, sleeping hind quarters,bug eyes,crossed eyes, and more stooopid peoples. Its amazing that 80% of the drivers who are texting at 70mph are not wrapped around a tree some where,, leaving the other 20% causing major accidents. I lost count of the many ,many close calls of being hit as drivers change lanes or enter…Continue
Got this old girl..........
trying to put her back to what she looked like.
need pic of bath entrance, bunks, back n front of bunks
hope some one can help
Added by mike on August 18, 2016 at 7:08pm — No Comments
Made the trip straight through to lower Michigan, uneventful, keeping the 5 'er in tow around 60 ish. Got funny looks do to having the Dodge play the part of "toad". Looked liked I was getting the assistance of the Dodge pushing. Upgrading the tow bar with 70/30 stabilizer shocks made a huge difference with and free sway and road bounce. ( I opt'ed out using the tow dolly this trip and kept all 4 wheels on the ground). Made the 1st of many visits,caught up with what's what and headed on to…Continue
...into a small trailer.
I'm selling my truck and buying a van, so I don't need the two camper projects I've gathered. I only have one set of jacks, so if I get rid of the '68 Frolic, and keep the (approx) '70 Real-Lite, I was thinking of cutting off the cab-over bunk, and slicing off the two feet at the back that currently has no floor and fixing it up and attaching ti to a trailer frame.
I could leave the two feet on the back, it'll have the trailer floor…Continue
I am in the process of restoring an Aristocrat Lo-Liner camper (don't know the year-how do I find it?) and have a two electric lights and one propane lamp that I don't need as well as a broiler tray for the oven. The 2 electric lights are the ones that attach to the ceiling. If anyone needs them and would like them free I can send them to you.You can call or text Shawn at 203-218-5333 (I don't have a pic of the propane lamp-forgot to do that)…Continue
Hi everyone: I have recently joined Good Old RV's and love the site. Once I get some work done on my Leocraft, I will post some pics. My goal is to have it on the road for the start of Walleye season in 2017. I also have to spend a lot more time on the site to get to know it better. So far, so good! Bob.
Learning all kinds of terms of late. Residency, Domicile etc.
I currently reside, domicile, live in Montana. I am a "Full Time RV'r " With no address. YIIKES!!! I guess that can be an issue with the governments.
I would love to stay a resident of Montana but, I see most people change to a more friendly "residency" state like SD, FL, and TX. I want to keep my wife's plates on this MH (since she picked out the picture) and I…Continue