…….and I hope you too are going to do something to remember.
I’ve tried 3 times to post this morning……to no success……yep technical challenges….I’ll try and post later…a short day still much to do….talk to ya later
Ok, maybe the phone is awake…….we have Marco off the lift and in the big house for more interior workFfresh drive train installed to include the motor,FiTech fuel injection and a Monster transmissionnow with the walls fitted they will go in for the texture process next
Fandango gets a records radiatorsneaking up onto the lift for the job before Baby Blue goes on for its Monster transmission Our Switzerland contingent must have gotten a room last night….their sled is ready to go last night.Likr I said its a short day today but everyone is here so it should be a productive one.
Here is a Royale center galley CLASCO clone built in 1995 up for sale, stay tuned on who gets itOk, this day is on and I’m outa here! See ya on the other side….enjoy Thanksgiving……..
Russell Keith says
Here is a link to some pictures of that CLASCO coach. It was for sale in 2016 when we bought our GMC. It is a nice coach.
I recognize a revcon rear end when I see one. Heck, my wife and I have two Revvies. The first one we agreed to and named ‘Hannibal’, because he’s such a beast like dr. Lector. The second one, ‘Coach’, we got from a wonderful couple in central California (Gilroy to be exact). Gordon was instrumental in loading it on our 22’ flatbed over axle rental trailer, but, dang, I had to drive under 50 mph all the way back to portland, Oregon. Coach was almost roadworthy. Out of our revcons are safe for driving operations now. One just needs an interior.