International Bus Converesion-Old School
International Bus Way Cool Interior
Vintage Military bus from the 40s in Temecula, Ca
Vintage 55 GMC Bus Conversion 27… Continue
Added by Pat Daly on July 28, 2009 at 12:00pm —
We recently returned from a week-long camping trip in southern California. We wanted to take our two young boys to Sea World, Lego Land and the San Diego Zoo. We took our travel trailer and made a camping adventure out of it. It was a fabulous time. I have added posts to my website at www.thecampingmachine.com on the Blog page with photos and a couple of You Tube videos. If you have a moment take a look!
Also if any of you have a website and would like to trade links with me please… Continue
Added by Camping Machine Guy on July 23, 2009 at 10:47pm —
Well, it was a Misadventure after all. Colorado's grooved concrete pavment almost killed us and destroyed both Miss GMC Yukon and Miss Funfinder, our bumper pull travel trailer; They have ended their days in a wrecking yard in the high desert of Colorado. I guess a fitting place to end it all after so many good miles… Continue
Added by Pat Daly on July 23, 2009 at 3:00pm —
i am rebuilding my old camper.
and need contact to people what can info about parts,technical data and supliers of aluminum siding
because that factory had move or not exist yet.
if is possible buy: parts, owner ,and reparation manual
for me understanding, the exterior aluminum siding is cream smooth color,with strips red and black.,but
the exact color and texture i dont know.
maybe one rv expert or owner can helpme.
appreciate can do… Continue
Added by alejandro novakosky on July 22, 2009 at 10:30pm —
So much new stuff! Check out the blog for details and more photos: http://myrtleandme.blogspot.com/
Added by Myrtle on July 20, 2009 at 12:01am —
After seeing their web site I just had to 'go up the hill' to Nevada City, California and visit the vintage aluminum trailer restoration folks at Sierra Trailer Restoration
. And, what a wonderful place it is… Continue
Added by Pat Daly on July 17, 2009 at 1:45pm —
The mice found a home in the ceiling of the motorhome. I need to find a way to clean it out and think that the best way is to take the roof off. Has anyone done this before? What's involved?
Added by Dick Heinen on July 6, 2009 at 4:19pm —
Today was a busy day with varnishing wood panel walls, pulling off the bumpers for chroming, reinforcing the floor boards under the driver/passenger seats, and so on. Check out the full details and photos at: http://myrtleandme.blogspot.com/ I also posted a photo of an old Dodge truck manual that has instructions for her 318 poly motor and general… Continue
Added by Myrtle on July 5, 2009 at 11:31pm —
Well everyone...we are back in Akron, OH. from South Bend KOA. Job did not workout as planned.
Owners were very demanding and users.
We would not recomend working there as workampers, if you do not fit in with their DUO ways of doing things, your out the gate. Dianne was not fast enough on computer, and [supposedly] did many things that irritated the lady owner. Dianne did good when working by herself, but soon as Patricia walked in....everything was being done wrong.
Added by Charles "Sonny" Cress on July 5, 2009 at 5:03pm —
I've posted a new blog entry with details of her new signal lights and newly stained interior wood panel walls. See: 1964 travco http://myrtleandme.blogspot.com/
Added by Myrtle on July 5, 2009 at 12:00am —
We attended our 1st vintage trailer rally last weekend at River Bend campground in Sweet Home, Or. And actually the 1st outing for our '63 Santa Fe. What a great time we had. We saw some beautiful trailers and met some beautiful people. The members of the Rollin' Oldies Vintage Trailer group are fantastic. i am definitely a vintage trailer junkie now. Hope everyone has a great summer!
Added by Sheila on June 30, 2009 at 10:54am —
Appears that the wife and I will take the plunge and go full time next week!!!! Will be staying close to Chattanooga for a few months till we can get all our Dr. appointments straightened out. We both have bad ?hearts and COPD. Too much crap with various so-called friends and relatives to stay here. Will not have internet connections at the CG so will not be in touch as often. Will go to libary when able.. Pray for us and keep fingers crossed. Ed
Added by Edwin Prigmore on June 14, 2009 at 8:56pm —
Added by Pat Daly on June 6, 2009 at 10:27pm —
SUMMER IS HERE! It means lots of activities for me, we had our "Spring Fling" which is my clubs biggest event. I hosted two contests, competed in 2 others, and overall had a fantastic time. This is my FA-18 jet …
Added by Jim on May 30, 2009 at 10:00am —
Just got back from my local rv shop having my gas lines checked and tested. Good thing I did..my tech said I had an explosion waiting to happen! He replaced the connections on the main pipe where all connections fit into. then he refit and sealed all of the connections. My camper was leaking at every connection from the tanks to the stove...and all in between. Can we say BOOM!!!
Now we can use the stove as well as the gas lamp whenever we finally get to go out on the maiden voyage.
Added by Sandy & Chris Springer on May 27, 2009 at 2:17pm —
We are buying all the important things for the RV... need suggestions for the following:
* Generator (I think Pat answered this one already!)
* Sewer Kits
* Toilets (we have an Aqua-Magic III that came with the camper and it works fine and I'd rather not have to replace, but the idea of a seat that's been used by strangers for 32 years is a bit weird!) althought it might not be the original toilet.
* Tool Sets for the Road
* Gas… Continue
Added by Paul & Nicole on May 22, 2009 at 9:29pm —
Hi All. We just bought out first RV - a 1977 Prowler. We want to re-do the inside keeping it very 70s and one of the things we want to do is change the existing formica countertops. Does anyone have any experience with that? Any tips, advice, suggestions??? We're read that you can take the existing formica off (peel it using lacquer and a putty knife), sand down the surface to remove any adhesive, then get a formica kit and reface the countertops. Good? Bad? We'd like to see if anyone has done… Continue
Added by Paul & Nicole on May 21, 2009 at 2:27pm —
HEY HEY, IT IS THAT TIME OF YEAR. TIME TO HIT THE ROAD AND MAKE SOME MEMORIES. GAS IS OVER A DOLLAR CHEAPER THAN LAST YEAR. DONT FORGET YOUR CAMERA, THEN POST SOME PICS AND SHARE SOME STORY. I FOUND THE BEST WAY TO HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN YOUR R-V, IS TO SORT OF MOVE INTO IT A FEW DAYS BEFORE YOU LEAVE HOME. YOU SLOWLY BRING WHAT YOU NEED AND FIGURE OUT WHERE TO STORE IT ALL. THIS ALSO IS A GOOD WAY TO TEST THINGS. HAVE A GREAT TIME.
P.S. YOU SINGLE LADIES THAT WANT TO RIDE ON THE BACK… Continue
Added by FRANK KRAHMER on May 21, 2009 at 5:00am —
The first thing an old tired bus needs is a new motor, not only for reliability but let’s face it I need more power Scotty!!! I don’t speak the VW language yet, I know enough V8 language to be dangerous, and barely know how to turn one on...Wait this is sounding familiar. Let’s just say I now have a whole new respect for people when they come into my computer repair office and tell me “I need more storage ram to speed up my hard drive, and my cpu is full , what do I need to fix it?” Then they… Continue
Added by Brian Hodges on May 11, 2009 at 11:00pm —
While on a National Parks vacation last year we saw old VW buses everywhere and they all looked like they were stuck in a time warp, back to a simpler time when camping just meant being outdoors and spending time by a campfire with the family.
Our old bus rolled off the assembly line in 1969… There was No personal computer, No WWW Internet, No Video Games, No Cell Phones, Not a single “luxury”…Basically to me what it might have been like going camping with the Skipper on Gilligan’s… Continue
Added by Brian Hodges on May 11, 2009 at 10:44pm —