We always say “it’s funny but” to the front of a thought like this, the truth is it’s not actually funny but needless to say but let me say this…. it’s funny but with all this space now and all of the people around doing amazing things….. I still find myself feeling like getting shot out of a cannon some days and yesterday was one of those
For the past 5 years I have attended and presented a talk about RV fire safety for the Monaco club and yesterday was the day of that session over at Lazy Days in Lakeland. Good thing we’re in Florida and that clubs have their annual rallies in the winter down here or I’d have some serious frequent flier miles! So strapping in the Suzuki with BTW, 355,000 miles on the clicker I blew over to Lazy Days for a 9am meeting. Traffic…. in I-4 past Disney at this time of years is… well… something you don’t wanna do . The when I get there 6 minutes before the talk the schedule was changed and I was on at 10:30……. hey, the pressure was off but that caused me to be there longer than I had anticipated so after the talk the heat was back on ….. getting back to the shop in the rain….. and who doesn’t care anymore…. ME… I find the shop running like a sewing machine… well, we’re still running into panic things but compared to what we would have had to do at the old facility……. the sky is blue every day at work now…. Wow, this is cool!
Enough of that, we have some business to conduct sp please excuse me but I’m way behind on showing pics of our progress for our customers so I’m going to pause a bit here….. process some pics and throw them up. The I’m going to take a walk around and do some more pics as to try and get a little of all the projects in house.
It could be interesting for the rest of you to see how much is happening around here all at the same time… I know there will be some folks nose pressed to the computer screen. Sorry for being late giving you these, just been so plowed under…. shot out of a cannon or whatever you wanna say…….
I’ll be back, come back in an hour or so…
BTW, there is a thread on facebook right now of a new GMC owner taking their coach with mechanical issues to a regular RV dealer. No, they have no idea about your coach. You need to be linked up with the GMC support group, get plugged in, get with me or get with someone and we’ll find a proper “B” line mechanic in your area that can help you. Let me say this to all of you new coach owners…… you cannot be an island to your own when owning a GMC motorhome… you need a little help from your friends … and to be honest that’s one of the things that makes our classic machines so appealing….. you can find help and you can get it going…. so get with it man and stop your whining…. or go get some cheese to go with your words….
See ya a little later…
OK, here is a photo dump of some projects we’re in to. I’ll try and do a little explaining after I post them all…. enjoy:
This baby is getting a 1 ton front suspension
The one in the back too This Glennbrook is getting a new paint job After getting totally stripped and all holes filled, the roof gets it first The inside is apart working to get any bit of mold and smell out No, this is not a forward bath, the floor under the bathroom needs so help and the rest of the interior gets renewed as will Tim’s coach is inside getting fitted for the new driver/passenger slider windows You need to get behind the side panels at least this far to get to the window pinch ring
Closing in of finishing this one up Still have an air leak on the driver side The front cap is getting repaired and soon will fill the front Got an old holding tank coming out Why… The plastic shrunk and cracked around the toilet inlet Now look, I know those water cooled Honda generators are awesome but somehow I don’t see it running that pile!!!
Just kidding…… Thanks for dropping by hope the photos were fun. See ya later