Doug Bryan
  • Male
Share on Facebook

Doug Bryan's Friends

  • Jimco_W001

Doug Bryan's Discussions

rear camera
1 Reply

any recommendations for a good rear camera, my RV doesnt have one, but would like to install one. Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by frank Thorpe Apr 28, 2013.


Doug Bryan's Page

Profile Information

You And RVing
Dry Camper, No RV but Want one
City and State where you are located. Do not use zip code, you know what it means but it means nothing to the rest of us.
Deland Florida
Tell us a little About Yourself
dry camper, artist/musician, first job was at Yellowstone, always liked camping/outdoors.Owned a 1996 Born Free.
I am single, easy going, honest, retired but young, enjoy excerise and reading. Like to gamble and drink on occasion. Even will hit a joint once in a while for medicinal purposes
Your Facebook, MySpace or Twitter or other page if any
http://Doug Bryan
What Interests you about the world of Good Old RVs?
the freedom of the open road and new adventures.
Anti-spam question: 4 plus 1 equals what?

Doug Bryan's Blog

cost of tow

Anybody have their class C towed, while on the road?...curious about the appox cost....thinking about adding towing on my policy...I know you are at a disadvantage when you find yourself stranded.

Posted on June 23, 2013 at 10:37am — 5 Comments

Born Free

Any older Born Free owners out there?...I am new to RV'ing but looking forward to learning. I have a 96 Born Free..plan on studying the manual...but there is alot to learn. I am starting with horst probes, hope that will cure the reading problem....I hope that this high mileage model will be fairly dependable, it has a Ford 460...hope to hear from someone out there

Posted on April 2, 2013 at 9:01am — 3 Comments

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Good Old RVs to add comments!

Join Good Old RVs

At 10:33am on May 11, 2013, Maren Rae said…
Yes I got it yesterday. Took it to my mechanic. It needed some tightening or seals here and there. It has been 8+ years in the hottest part of Arizona. The previous owner came over- he had traded it in for a travel trailer. Ayway, he had some parts of it to give me, including a shop manul for the Ford part of it. Also some pads to put under the automatic levelers (!) AND most important, the lp/110 refrigerator he took out of it. He said that in 110 degree temps (summer here) it didn't keep things frozen so he had taken it out and put a little 110 in it. When he told me over the phone he had it in his garage for 5 years, I thought it might be a dusty mess, but it is spotless! Yay.
Yes I have plans to improve/upgrade a bit. Some coat hooks, more towel bars, maybe replace and slightly expand the kitchen counter....



  •         How To Links 

-Search Good Old RV's

-Start a New Group 

-Roof Repair Photos & Products

-Repair an RV Roof

-Pick Roof Sealer   

-Understanding RV Electrical Systems 

-Get RV Insurance   

-What to Look For When Buying a Used RV

-Jack Installs Fuel Injection in his Dodge 


 Paige's VintageTrailer Art  

 Paige's VintageTrailerFabric

 Artist Roads                                            Sandy's Stained Glass     



If you love classic and vintage RVs then come Join us. Come on in and have some fun. JOIN HERE NOW


2000 Georgia Boy Cruise Air electrical wiring 2 Replies

Started by Steven K Stone in RV Repair & Maintence. Last reply by Steven K Stone Jan 13.

MCI Buses

Started by William E Carlson in Vintage & Classic RV Restoration & Purchase Dec 26, 2020.

Blog Posts


Posted by Linda Lee Toepfer on January 18, 2021 at 1:40pm

1982 Chevrolet Travel Mate Class A

Posted by Barb Stanley on December 17, 2020 at 9:15am

Looking for help identifying this camper

Posted by Jeff on October 7, 2020 at 12:57am — 1 Comment

Balboa owners

Posted by Bill on May 19, 2020 at 8:11am


Posted by Eddie Marquez on May 5, 2020 at 2:34pm


  • Add Videos
  • View All


If you love classic and vintage RVs then come Join us.

 Come on in and have some fun.         JOIN HERE NOW!

 Dedicated to a simpler, more rewarding and fun way of life in a Good Old RV... 

Vintage Travel Trailers, Vintage Campers, Camper Restoration, Bus Conversions, Vintage RV Forums, Old RVs, Tiny Homes, Boondocking


A work of art by member Paige Bridges

Get your Good Old RVs T-Shirt HERE


 Disclaimer - Please Read it

Enjoy this site and use it totally at your own risk.

By using or viewing this site YOU agree to Hold Harmless anyone associated with it including other members. Also, YOU agree that YOU are solely responsible for ANY and ALL actions, results or damages. Members "opinions" are just that and any repair or alteration comments or recommendations are by folks who are not licensed repair  or mechanical professionals. Any repairs or modifications you do totally at YOUR OWN RISK. Use licensed professionals for all work to avoid possible serious injury or damage. Use  banks for purchases.  Have fun!

Copywrite & Trade Mark Registered GoodOldRV© ,GoodOldRVs©,©,©,GoodOldRV.Com©

© 2021   Created by Russell E Johnson.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service