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At 11:26pm on October 26, 2017, Lakota Wolf said…

Would be great to meet ya for a visit,,,, Look forward to it...

At 10:48pm on August 9, 2013, Lakota Wolf said…

Thanks for the request. :-)

At 12:33am on August 7, 2013, Lakota Wolf said…

Very nice Rig,(5th wheel).Like how its decorated, looks like a cozy *home*.

At 7:41am on May 3, 2013, Pat Daly said…

Hi girl! welcome for friending us.pat, linda & Lady dog

At 10:17pm on April 2, 2013, Deborah Meintel said…
Thank you. That's so kind of you. I like the vib already. Relaxed.
At 10:02pm on December 17, 2012, Lawerence Rowe said…

I think its just a run of the mill aluminum roof. i planed on using some weather sealant or some clear RTV for around the vents

At 3:52pm on December 11, 2012, Lawerence Rowe said…

Thanks for the welcome :) My new trailer is coming along well :)

At 3:36pm on November 29, 2012, Melanie Monroe said…

Thanks for the welcome Tamarie! Are you full timing in your Kountry Star? These are pretty well made RV's and we enjoy ours, but need to trade it for something with a motor. :)

At 8:49am on November 15, 2012, Pat Daly said…

No, it's pretty amazing to us.

At 11:36pm on October 28, 2012, Heath Nix said…

I got mine at lowes it was on clearance for 3 dollars a gallon I know they changed it to ZEP step 3 is the new name or samething but it is 20 a gallon

At 9:55am on July 11, 2012, Mary Lou Zeek said…

It's a 1974 and has a Ford Engine...not sure of the size.  I'll take some photos of the inside today and post them.  My plan is to redo the inside...right now it's a bit musty and has ugly shag carpet.  

It was at an estate sale and I won the bid!  $500.  It runs great and we're still trying to figure out all the gadgets that are in it and which keys go to what.  The fellow was a mechanic and had been working on the motor and had started to wallpaper the inside.  Unfortunately he died and was unable to finish his work.  It looked like he was having fun and was working on the details.  

I've been searching the web for another rv to compare it to but haven't found anything yet.  I thought if I joined this group, there may be someone out there that knows something about this type of rv.  

Mary lou

At 6:09pm on July 10, 2012, Mary Lou Zeek said…

Thanks for letting me know about my new rv being a class A.  Not sure what is what.

Mary Lou

At 3:28pm on October 21, 2010, penny avent said…
Hi, you sure do!! well, i don't know a thing about it! but im lovin it ...so far...we haven't started it yet, i was told it does run, my son is a mechanic, so i hope he can get her going, at least to the back yard!...lol we did have to rewire the home, the previous owners "cut " the generator out totally messed everything up! thank God i had an electrician friend he enjoyed the challenge! so everything works! yay!! and my son in law is a roofer so, he fixed the roof did a great job! and hes going to do the ceiling & the floor, so when we get done it will be almost new! i will try to post some pics of how it looks now & then after, i would love to see yours too! I wish i could see the manuals, i know that's awesome! do you know of any website that knows about them? I cant find any info on them, but i seem to be the only one on the block with one!!....lol, thanks for writing & i love the name The Lily Pad :)
At 5:44pm on September 15, 2010, Emily Anderson said…
Thank you for letting me know that it is a class A. I love "Harvey" very much. I was looking at the motor and trying to look it up online. I think it is a Chrysler LA 340 cu in engine. The Motorhome is a 1968 Cardinal Coach. The seatbelts are GM. The only thing that we found about Cardinal Coach is that it was a railroad car manufacturer.
Harvey has never been lived in before us, we will keep him clean and as original as possible. Thanks for you help :)
At 11:17pm on September 14, 2010, Emily Anderson said…
I'm looking for anything really. i have not been able to find any information on this vehicle. it is like it doesn't exist and was never manufactured. I have not been able to find even one other or any info on it. anything helps. thanks :)
At 3:39pm on April 23, 2010, Rocky Mills said…
Actually I tried calling NADA first and they just kinda blew me off. But that's smart, I will check it out. It's difficult to find Cabana's anywhere. I look on ebay all the time and also at vintage RV sites. It's actually priceless to me tho!
At 9:04pm on September 23, 2009, Pat Daly said…
Fingers crossed for improved health for your Tamarie.

Thanks so much for the update, Paul. pat
At 10:54pm on September 22, 2009, Pat Daly said…
Hey, Tamarie. How's the Lilly Pad this summer? Did she take you on any rv trips?
pat, linda & lady dog
At 12:33am on June 29, 2009, VK said…
Hi Paul and Tamarie, nice to meet you! PM stands for private message. It's just a way to contact someone. Comments works too.

What is your motorhome made of? Metal? And it's painted-you might try rubbing compound and then a good wax job. White compound is less abrasive than the red. I had fairly good luck on one of my trailers but had to wax a couple of times a year to keep the chalking down.

I'm always available to answer questions and enjoy doing it, so don't hesitate. I'll PM you my email, would rather answer that way. VK
At 11:39pm on June 28, 2009, VK said…
Hello Tamarie and Paul, Pat told me you were asking how to restore the paint on your RV but I can't find the post. If you PM me, I'll try to help. VK



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