"I have decided to sell my '75 flat nose Revcon. Is there much of a market out there for this great classic RV? Where besides Craigslist would be a good place to list this? I would appreciate any advice.
I am too old, on my own and lack the…"
"I did not take the glass out. I was able to pull out the old and slide in the new. A lot of pulling and tugging, sliding the glass back and forth with the channel to work it in. I used some plastic trim pry tools from Harbor Freight and an old…"
"Thanks. I did clean them. I got that site up though and they have the right stuff, called pile, not felt. So you had to take the windows out? I can't see any way but to take out the entire frame. Any tips you want to share on how you did this…"
"Is the rubber channel in good shape? Ours were crumbling and rusty. It was a pain to do but, we replaced all the channels for the windows. Vintage Trailer Supply has them. Maybe there is a lot of dirt and debris in the channels. As for the silicone…"
"I got this in November and had no reason to open the windows. They were a bit sticky but I figured I could clean and loosen them up when the time was right. But now I've run into a problem. I scraped the felt-like material where the window…"
"I have finally found the perfect mechanic plus to help me put this on the road but have so little info for him when he has questions. Like he is wondering about how the engine/110 water heater is set up. "
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I have finally found the perfect mechanic plus to help me put this on the road but have so little info for him when he has questions. Like he is wondering about how the engine/110 water heater is set up.
Hey Pablo. I just saw that you have a flatnose! Nice. What year is it? My ride was designed and made by the same guy who did the early Revcons, John Hall, and you can see them at hallgtc.com It was built on a Dodge cab and chassis, is 21' long and made of fiberglass. They have many of the same and similar interior parts but are, of course, rear wheel drive. BTW, John Hall worked at Airsream for many years and was the stepson of Wally Byam
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