Blowing in fast, ripping the roots out of everything and moving on. Wow, what was that! Hey and it’s still churning! Stay out of the way til it’s done then pick up the pieces and carry on. Niceville got blasted, John R. got out of the way himself but his motorhome lift overlooking the gulf……..well there’s always tomorrow and he’ll move on .
Ruby has its new front seats sitting on late model inside back corner swivels. The 1973 models were fitted with those pre-NITSA “wedgie” pedestals…..if you have them you know what I mean...The skirts on the new seats cover the mechanisms but they are there. The carpet covers a super sound insulated floor. That AM General 6.5 GM turbo- diesel motor is lurking under there! Stay tuned for more.
Another awesome Co-op built coach gets ready to meet its new family. The “Tail Gator” will soon be back out on the highway doing what it was made to do. A mechanical evaluation then get-r-done! Tires are out of date and we need to go through the bearings and brakes (B’s & B’s) will happen as soon as it goes up on the lift as soon as Susan’s motor and tranny are done. .Maybe out of putty because no one else would touch it, we’re helping this young gal with here class B beast. It got its name already….”Malineum Falcon”, look close and you’ll see why. ..You must remember it make the Kassel run in 6.5 parsecs! Live long and prosper there Luke…….