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Potential Rv Restoration Project

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I have never seen one of these before, and probably never will again. Who is brave enough to take on this project???

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Dave,

 

That guy has been trying to unload that thing for years. Reminds me of a dried up Cicada LOL. You'd have to be pretty brave to take that one on.

 

Jason

 

 

 

I have never seen one of these before, and probably never will again. Who is brave enough to take on this project???

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Wow ... that's kinda cool.

 

But, holy cow ... the work that it needs to be restored....

 

 

 

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Edited by knightfan26917

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Guest GraceInTransit

I believe there is potential in a couple of those trucks/panel vans.. but on the most part, they are past restoration. Too much rust. I think if one was to be able to start with a clean slate, I would opt for a small fuel driver truck. This way I could mimic a fuel company logo or make up one of my own and have accommodations within the cylinder shaped fuel canter.. it would be.. different.

 

But I don't happen to have the money to do this.. so we've opted for a smaller than small cargo/panel van. Might have a few things to share when the time is right.

Edited by LostInTransit

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