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  1. #2576
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    wishing it wrnt 2800 miles away
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

  2. #2577
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    Damn. I've already got a rig and I want that. Style for miles.

  3. #2578
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    Quote Originally Posted by North View Post
    Style for miles.
    Gallons per mile as well.
    Big block Ford, probably with a 700 cfm bbl carb, EFI wasn't introduced for that until 88...
    If the coach and chassis look as clean as the body, I wonder how hard it would be to drop 7.3 IDI in there?
    Alpental Indigenous

  4. #2579
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    how many gallons per mile?

  5. #2580
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    Quote Originally Posted by wyeaster View Post
    how many gallons per mile?
    I test drove a 88 B class (Trans-van I think) that was on the same drive line and chassis about 8 years ago, it got somewhere in the neighborhood of 6 ~ 8 mpg...
    Last edited by AlpenChronicHabitual; 10-31-2016 at 11:55 AM.
    Alpental Indigenous

  6. #2581
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    ugh.

  7. #2582
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    Here's a base for a project rig:

    F350 AMBULANCE 7.3 DIESEL 4X4 - $14900 (wa.)
    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/rvs/5833451446.html



    Price seems a little on the optimistic side?
    Alpental Indigenous

  8. #2583
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    While we're at it...

    1998 FORD E350 4X4 VAN - $15000 (LOUISVILLE)

    http://louisville.craigslist.org/rvs/5803522768.html



    Alpental Indigenous

  9. #2584
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    OK, one more for Gepeto.

    This one is in your neck of the woods.
    About double the cost of the other but a better rig overall.

    http://albany.craigslist.org/rvs/5854198046.html

    4x4 Chinook premier Rv motorhome - $27500 (Shirley Ny)


    Alpental Indigenous

  10. #2585
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    Dammit now I want to paint my grill black

  11. #2586
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlpenChronicHabitual View Post
    OK, one more for Gepeto.

    This one is in your neck of the woods.
    About double the cost of the other but a better rig overall.

    http://albany.craigslist.org/rvs/5854198046.html

    4x4 Chinook premier Rv motorhome - $27500 (Shirley Ny)


    That rig is fucking fantastic.

  12. #2587
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    http://anchorage.craigslist.org/cto/5863865547.html
    This rig looks like it has some potential for a fun-machine. 1982 Jeep J20 360 4x4
    I've got the key to the highway... I'm gonna leave here runnin', walkin's far too slow

  13. #2588
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    Yeah now I painted my grill black. Looks dope.

  14. #2589
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    Oct 2009
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    Quote Originally Posted by montanamike View Post
    http://anchorage.craigslist.org/cto/5863865547.html
    This rig looks like it has some potential for a fun-machine. 1982 Jeep J20 360 4x4
    Get it bud!

    Sweet custo action. I could see some great adventures rolling in that beast

  15. #2590
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    PNW truck camper - never seen one of these. Pic of the tag has weight at 1900, which is approx same as similar low end bigfoot. Nice roof rack that looks stock.

    http://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/rvs/5864377776.html




    How sweet would this mercedes be built with 4x4 - 5 cyl diesel


    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/rvs/5858882800.html






    Little pricier - this has gepeto written all over it. 4x4 and nicely equipped.



    http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/rvs/5858738954.html
    Last edited by NoPostholio; 11-06-2016 at 09:05 PM.
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    "How long can it last? For fuck sake this isn't heroin -
    suck it up princess" - XXX on getting off mj

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  16. #2591
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    Those last three are intriguing....
    Here's my summer project- an early 80's FWC Fleet. It just went in the truck today in preparation for a little outing next week and the winter to come!
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    I got it out of a snowbank this spring on highway 97. I thought a little polishing up and it'd be fine; I ended up re-insulating the whole thing, patching the vinyl, adding 4" of height, building a whole new floor and sides, re-doing the plumbing, electrical, and entire kitchen, a new headliner, rubber floor, bigger bed, and new lifter panels. I also painted it satin black, made sure there was plenty of diamond plate, and added lockable ski/whatever doors to the back corners. It was sized for a Tacoma, so I had some spare room in my Tundra to work with. This also makes it a tidy fit on the Tundra, nice for a daily driver. I'm curious to get a measured weight, but it rides just fine, add-a-leaf only.

    Look for it in your local PNW resort parking lots and trailheads!
    Gravity always wins...

  17. #2592
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoPostholio View Post
    PNW truck camper - never seen one of these. Pic of the tag has weight at 1900, which is approx same as similar low end bigfoot. Nice roof rack that looks stock.

    http://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/rvs/5864377776.html




    How sweet would this mercedes be built with 4x4 - 5 cyl diesel


    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/rvs/5858882800.html






    Little pricier - this has gepeto written all over it. 4x4 and nicely equipped.



    http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/rvs/5858738954.html
    That Mercedes would be fine as is, just through some Duratracs or Dynapros on there and you'll be fine. You don't need 4x4 for getting to ski area parking lots and trailheads.

  18. #2593
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    Gravity always wins...

  19. #2594
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    Well, I had a big description written out, but it somehow ghosted off when I added the pics. in brief: I bought a rotten hulk of an early 80's FWC Fleet this spring, and put way more hours in than I meant to- but it went in the truck today and I'm stoked.
    I patched up the vinyl, rebuilt the rotten floor, added 3" of height with new sides, gutted and replaced the plumbing, electrical, and entire kitchen, added a bigger bed, increased the width to Tundra size, put ski/whatever doors on the back corners to make use of the fender area, made new lifter panels, re-insulated it, new headliner, roof rack, new mattress, and then painted it satin black.
    It's packed for a run to White Salmon, rides just fine, add-a- leafs and Bilsteins only.
    Sorry the pics didn't rotate properly.
    Look for it at lour local PNW resort or trailhead!
    Gravity always wins...

  20. #2595
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    I'll get you a BBI sticker for that rig.
    bF
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  21. #2596
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    Praxis RX!
    Gravity always wins...

  22. #2597
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    Sweet rig!
    The whole human race is de evolving; it is due to birth control, smart people use birth control, and stupid people keep pooping out more stupid babies.

  23. #2598
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    My buddy rebuilt a camper last year. A ton of work over many weeks. Nice job doing yours!

  24. #2599
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    Agreed, nice little popup!

  25. #2600
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    Looks like a ton of work... still need to take you up on the beer offer to compare notes on the pop-up lifestyle.

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