Thanks to the communication thru Facebook, check out “Thing 2” that came in escorted by a beautiful LandAll…….bet they couldn’t wait to drop! Thing 2 rode nose back, was probably a bit humiliating but rolled off even with flat tires using a fork lift of course. This machine had been sitting over a decade on a farm outside of JachsonvilleFl. and the multilayered Florida fungus attests to that and don’t get me wrong, I see the dump just like Betty Davis once said but I also see a wide opening double rear door Transmode with a deck. The frame is good so we can build a “toy hauler” motorhome with these bones. You must see the good in these….its in there.
My hope is to Dr-add the interior to the walls, scrape the exterior down to white and running it thru mechanical it will be an empty canvas to build the toy hauler….anyone interested in one? Cost? Less than buying a new one for sure and so much cooler ……. I’d go for it! We have a line on another double rear door Transmode so this will not b a 1 off.
Andy and family are flying in today from Switzerland for a holiday in their GMC road rocket.So in Europe, Andy only has American muscle cars ….my guess he’s going in his GMC to the “Turkey Rod Run” in Daytona this weekend…..he’ll fit right in! A nice coach for sure, I turned heads and got a conversation pumping fuel yesterdayStill a little stressful doing a “shakedown” it was fun.
To save a buck a rewired the original On an generator remote to the Honda EV6010 that was recently installed…the rocker switch broke……no good deed goes unpunished so a new Honda remote replaced the Troll panel…….just doesn’t pay to rely on old stuff!
Finally, take a look at this coach looking for a new home……a CLASCO restoration center galley, twin bed clone of the Royale floor plan completely built new in 1995 the interior updating underway pulling the cloth/foam headliner we did at CLASCO back thenthis will turn out a top shelf coach with just a few updates. If u are looking for a nice coach, twin bed, full restoration u need to look at this. I worked at CLASCO when this coach was restored, I know it. Tired at looking at tired survivors trying to find something nice….step up to something like this. No, its not a cheapo coach…..seriously guys, u get what u pay for!
Ok, I need to get an early start. Talk to ya tomorrow