Well we are still full-timin. Traded the TT for a class A,sold it,moved to Texas and bought an '81 Executive class A 38 ft Dodge M600 chassis 440-3 motor. Will be here for the forseeable future. Oh yes,we still live in it. Parked at my wife's mothers. Have several projects to work on. Will post pics when I get another harddrive. This one is way too small,only good to surf with. Ed
Added by Edwin Prigmore on December 29, 2009 at 3:39pm —
OUR LATEST PROJECT, A 1981 SILVER STREAK, WISH US LUCK
Added by JENNIFER RICHARDS on December 28, 2009 at 8:55pm —
Hi everybody - I think this is one of the best RV websites around. We just bought a 1970 lowliner that has been completely re-done inside and out. I think its over kill and I spent way to much money for it. We still have our 66 lowliner and plan to sell one of them. (?) My question is this - the 70 lowliner is vary heavy and I pull it with a 86 3/4 ton chevy suburban the problem is I'm getting a lot of sway. I have installed a sway bar and shorten the hitch but it still is a little wobbly.… Continue
Added by Duane Brown on December 21, 2009 at 9:30am —
I wanted to let everyone know that after CURRENT sold out of my "VINTAGE TRAVELS" Calendar for 2010, I CREATED A NEW ONE! It can be seen (and purchased) through ZAZZLE.com. Here is a quick link to find it: http://www.zazzle.com/vintage_travel_trailer_art_2010_calendar-158894453929902436
Some of my other Trailer Art products are available there, as well. You can find coffee mugs and teeshirts and… Continue
Added by Paige Bridges on December 19, 2009 at 12:25pm —
Well, ever since we wrecked our bumper pull travel trailer and suv on Colorado's grooved pavement a few months ago we've been in search for a good old Class C. Since I usually screw up buying classic campers, I though I'd ask my friends on goodoldrvs.com to give me their recommendations on buying a used class C motorhome. I found a 1989 Cobra Class C in Texas on Craigslist with a little over 30,000 miles on… Continue
Added by Pat Daly on December 15, 2009 at 2:51pm —
My wife and I have recently purchased a 1988 Winnebago Warrior motorhome based on a Toyota chassis. It is in desperate need of a interior refurbishing as well as some minor work on the exterior.
I have started another blog at www.toyota-motorhome,blogspot.com
to document my process. We would like to take it to Florida next winter, so that is my motivation to get it completed. I will continue to update my blog with any… Continue
Added by Dave Johnson on December 11, 2009 at 8:14pm —
I've got my eye on an old camping Trailer that has been just sitting behind a farmers barn for the past several years. The weeds have grown up around it and I know it has not been moved in the past 3 to 5 years.
I'm looking for a vintage camper to rehab as a project, and use for camping. What should I be looking for when evaluating an old trailer like this? I'm not afraid of having some work to do, but I don't want to put time and money into a bad trailer either. I know enough to… Continue
Added by Todd W. Meyer on December 9, 2009 at 5:52pm —
I have scanned in 4 documents:
Hehr Mobile Home Windows Catalogue
The Model 210 Dodge Motor Home "A new look for the great outdoors"
Optional Equipment for the Dodge Motor Home - Models 210, 270 and the
Owners Manual Dodge Motor Home
You can see them all on my travco blog: Myrtle the 1964 Dodge Motor home http://myrtleandme.blogspot.com/
Added by Myrtle on December 2, 2009 at 12:15am —
In all the years I've camped I've never had any problems with hospitals allowing me to park and spend the night while visiting family or friends who were sick, and that I had to travel out of town to see. When I need a place to park while traveling through strange cities I often look for a hospital or Wal-Mart because I know they're open 24/7, I can find food, wifi and a security guard if needed and because most welcome travelers. Hospital cafeterias, if you didn't know it, have the best and… Continue
Added by Becky Blanton on November 9, 2009 at 3:47pm —
this is a picture of the stoked buyer and the stoked seller [me] of our trailer! she bought it to store at their vacation home in arizona with a view of the grand canyon on 2.5 acres under a carport for their vistors to have their own space when visiting....GRAND KIDS! she's gonna change it to her taste & promises to keep sending me pics so i'll keep posting them as i get them. it is more blessed to give then to recieve. i am so happy for them!… Continue
Added by steve pulver on October 28, 2009 at 7:04pm —
Please go to this link to see the pictures and more of the story. Please add any comments on this website or the weebly web site!
Gulf Stream Coach Incorporated will not guarantee their manufactured “Lemon.”
How many times does a product need to be in repair before it is classified as a bad product or the most commonly used term; “a lemon?” A company who is manufacturing goods for sale to the… Continue
Added by Michelle Gagne on October 26, 2009 at 7:10am —
hey all! i'm sad that i have to sell my vintage 15' kit companion single axle travel trailer but STOKED because the reason i'm selling is because my 16 year old daughter lives w/ daddy now & because someone else is gonna soon own the trailer of mine and hopefully their dreams! i need help selling it so please take a gander at it on my page and spread it around for us. we need the money so we can get my daughter her own wheels to get around san clemente california! and no worries pat, you… Continue
Added by steve pulver on October 25, 2009 at 3:53pm —
thanks so much for sisters on the fly page. SO COOL!!!!!!! do they do their own art work ?how do i talk to these sisters? I REALLY BOUGHT MY 69 STREAMLINER TO RESELL , BUT NOW HAVING SECOND THOUGHTS. I'D LIKE TO FIND OUT ALL I CAN ABOUT HOW TO RESTORE . WHERE TO START, WHAT PRODUCTS I'LL NEED FOR CLEANING.. THANKS, FOR ALL THE HELP. JENNIFER
Added by JENNIFER RICHARDS on October 13, 2009 at 9:42am —
Lilly is my first travel trailer.She is a 1972 Aristocrate LoLiner. Not sure of the size but I think it is about 19ft or something like that. I will be posting pictures of her soon.She is in good shape now except for missing some of the foam seats & bunk bed foam.Think it is about a 4in foam.Been looking haven't found any yet, locally.I want to remodel her,as she is old,but in good shape.
Added by Niel martin on September 14, 2009 at 8:41am —
Just found some great tail lights for the trailer, now I just have to wait till they arrive and thats got me biting nails!
Added by Robert (Bob ) Ferranti on September 9, 2009 at 3:34pm —
I am looking for someone to take this RV off our hands. Please make an offer. It was running but it is not now. It does need work. Please email email@example.com for a photo.
Thank you in advance if anyone can help. We are located in Tampa, Florida.
Added by Judi McDonald on September 8, 2009 at 6:11pm —
Hi everyone. We took our coach out for its first run up to Big Bear Lake last weekend. It was a good shake out for the old motorhome. The weather was fantastic and we wish we could of stayed all week. We stayed at the Serrano campground witch is right across from the lake. If your ever in Southern California don't miss it. Hope you all have a great Labor Day weekend. Amy + Frank
Added by Frank Sundquist on September 5, 2009 at 12:13pm —
We are your Park Hosts, Bill & Barbara.
It's our hope for the future to attract large numbers of volunteer camp host
rv'ers eager to explore the inner cities. But first.. designated rv campsites
must be built for the volunteers in safe and convenient locations throughout the cities.
The campsites exchanged for volunteer service would be placed near museums, zoos, libraries, parks,
hospitals, government… Continue
Added by Camp Host US on August 25, 2009 at 10:41am —
We have returned from our holiday in France - but the Sportsman came home earlier than us, due to a broken clutch!
The interior living of this MH is superb and we (David and I) plus our two grandchildren aged 7 & 9 found lots of space for us all. We just need to update the front bit i.e. gear box and noise!
The MH world in France is great. They have "Aires" specially for MH's, really large "car parks" with electriciy hook ups, fresh water, grey… Continue
Added by Lesley Roberts on August 23, 2009 at 8:58am —
We are shopping around for trucks that have enough 'umph' to pull our 77' Prowler. According to the note on the trailer, it weighs 6000 lbs. dry. We've heard good things about the Toyota Tundra with the bigger engine. But we also heard that going uphill, the front can lift up. Any recommendations? We've never owned a truck before (just cars and SUVs).
Thanks for your insight!
Added by Paul & Nicole on August 12, 2009 at 1:15pm —