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1  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: '73 Concord 20' Class A w/440... on: March 30, 2010, 10:33:26 AM
Looking at the pics of your new tank took me back to the old days of building TT's. I started out on floors and we installed the tanks before sending them down the line...  They looked just like that. 

Its great that you are getting the new tanks in... 
2  The Coffee Shop / Charlie's Comedy Corner / Re: T-G-I-F vs. S-H-I-T on: February 08, 2010, 09:40:08 AM
My father-in-law always used that as:   Sure  Happy Its Thursday
 
I think he did it to anoy my mother-in-law Smiley
3  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 24, 2009, 09:45:15 AM
Thanks,
I felt pretty good about how it turned out....
4  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 23, 2009, 10:00:27 AM
new dinette cushions and table built to match countertops
5  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 23, 2009, 09:58:09 AM
better pics of the new seats installed
6  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 23, 2009, 09:56:48 AM
some pics of the finished product....  still waiting on backordered speakers for the stereo but the rest of the inside is done(for now at least)
7  The Coffee Shop / Charlie's Comedy Corner / Re: The Pope and Nancy Pelosi on: September 23, 2009, 09:44:47 AM
now that's funny!!!!!!!!!
8  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 15, 2009, 01:18:12 PM
Here are some pics of the new seats and carpet in the front. Not very good photos as I said the sun was wrong this morning for a good photo. Anyway, in Aug. we were hit by a guy turning right in front of us. It totaled out our Caravan so I took the front seats out of it to put in the Mohome. It turned out to be much more difficult than I imagined. I had to get seat base's from the salvage yard, adapt them to my seats, then adapt the base's to the van, change the seat belt holes and now I can barely remove the engine cover as the seats are so much larger than the originals.... but they sure are more comfortable!
So thats pretty much it so far...  just need to finish the floor moulding, get the doors trimmed to fit and put in the new stereo and speakers and the inside is finished, well at least until I think of another change or upgrade to do but you get the idea........   Wink
9  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 15, 2009, 01:05:42 PM
Just for comparison this is how the bath used to look, imagine a gold toilet and shower pan and you get the idea.
10  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 15, 2009, 01:02:26 PM
Here are a picture of the new floor in the coach and the new floor, high rise toilet(to accomodate new hip and knee my wife has) and finished shower stall in bath.  Still have some of the moulding to put down and will have to trim 3 doors to accomodate the floor moulding.
11  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 15, 2009, 12:57:05 PM
Took some pictures this morning of some of the recent updates. Not great photo's as the sun was at bad angles but maybe you can make it out.
We replaced the old orange and brown shag carpet around the overhead bunk area with a brown vinyl we bought for the fold down bunk also. Was a much harder to do than we thought but turned out pretty well. Here are some pics of both bunks trimmed out. Also notice new cushion covers in overhead that Cory made.
12  The Coffee Shop / Charlie's Comedy Corner / Re: A TEST FOR OLD KIDS? on: September 09, 2009, 12:54:12 PM
I couldn't remember Freddie the Freeloader, all I could think of was Clem Cadiddlehopper, and the Mean Widdle Kid....   other than that I remember it all too well
13  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: Al's 74 Brougham on: September 08, 2009, 11:08:32 AM
So I finally finished replacing the old front seats with the ones I took from my totaled Caravan. (pictures soon). Much harder than I figured it would be, but I got them in there. Replaced the carpet and doghouse seal at the same time.  Only problem, when I went to replace the engine cover, couldn't get it back in unless I took the little bump out that holds the radio and air conditioner vents off. Damn seats are nice but they are wider and don't allow as much room to manuver. So now I have to figure out how the rework the dash to make it all fit.  Any suggestions?  Other than that all is progressing nicely, bathroom is done except for putting the shower pan back( I seem to have misplaced the drain attachment) Cory has the cushion covers and curtains all done. A few other minor things to do, well the laminate floor will take a little work but shouldn't take too long. But the dash thing is going to be a problem. The new stereo will be here any day now but no where to put it until I get that problem figured out.  I will get some picture sent soon.
14  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: '&9 Avco 3200 on: September 02, 2009, 09:08:26 AM
WTG Rev,  when you can, give us more info on the specs, and more pictures, always more pictures...  have fun with your new project.
A.
15  The Parking Lot / Mopar Motorhomes / Re: '73 Concord 20' Class A w/440... on: August 24, 2009, 04:02:08 PM
Yes payday does make it easier to buy beer, and snacks....  gotta have snacks  Grin
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