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Old 10-22-2019, 07:48 AM   #21
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Good to hear the road trip was a safe success!

You know, when you declared you would have this done by Christmas, you didn't state what year! Somehow, there always seems to be "something" else you find that has to get done that was not in the plan. Either by that something preventing you from working on the camper, or you find more things to fix in the camper.

I see hills and tight uphill turns are alive and well in North Carolina too!

Looking forward to your rebuild post.

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Old 10-22-2019, 05:22 PM   #22
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Oh the bridge/tunnel is often a treat in a car!

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Old 10-22-2019, 08:55 PM   #23
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We leave in the morning!

I was wrong about the tag. It expired in 2000. So Iím assuming it was registered, brought down, and parked. I found out itís also been on several lots here. Friend of ours selling it to us has a binder of paperwork and Manuals on it. That will help a ton here soon.
That friend doesn't happen to have the front rock guard too, do they?!

It's amazing that it's been sitting there that long, but I guess that's the case with a lot of the longer Sunlines. Many were bought and parked permanently.

Yep as John said, you never said Christmas of which year . I had hoped to have my '79 done already, but various parts of life got in the way. I'm hoping for more progress this winter.

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