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Weight for a 1967 roadrunner
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Im restoring a1967 roadrunner made by l&m manuf. in Utah .cant find anything on empty or gross weight.will take it and get it weighed when I can pull it. Any one have one simler.

Started this discussion. Last reply by gerald sanderson Oct 12, 2015.


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At 8:58pm on October 24, 2014, Paul Biland said…

Hi Gerald, where are you located? I am in Algonac, Michigan.

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Got all the bones replaced and a new floor down.bought the camper and pulled it home Monday February 23.were retired so we have all the time we need.get it weighed tomorrow and try the title office again .no luck so far on the original tail lights or clearance lights.

Posted on March 31, 2015 at 8:26pm

1967 roadrunner

We bought a 1967 roadrunner to restore.Its 12'4" inside the camper.from back bumper to the ball it's 15'.working on getting a title for it and need the empty and gross weights.I was hopping to find someone with a roadrunner like this one.I will take it and weigh it when it can be pulled agin.

Posted on March 31, 2015 at 3:42pm




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