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Old 03-06-2002, 12:55 AM   #1
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Here's our 1964 GlobeTrotter...a work in progress! Check back periodically as we will be updating the webpage as our project progresses...enjoy!

http://www.insideout-design.net/maxwell

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Old 03-07-2002, 01:30 AM   #2
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Looking good!

Hi Rob & Shari

Great looking site and trailer. Looking forward to the progress. Laughed when I saw the Melmac, I purchased yellow Melmac for my 66 TradeWind with orange upholstery.

Did you see the 64 brochure scans I posted? Click Here to See
I can e-mail you larger scans if you wish. I had to reduce these to fit file limitations.

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Old 03-07-2002, 09:04 AM   #3
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Great site!

I really enjoyed reading about restoration project.Am just starting on my own so found your "adventures" to be super informative!
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Hey Rob and Shari,

Wow, nice work on Maxwell! My wife and I are just getting started with Mabel, another 1964 Globetrotter. Mabel has had a rougher life than Maxwell, and needs a lot of work, including on her utilities.
http://www.batmo.com/2004_12_01_arch...14097949927265

The thought makes me weary sometimes, especially considering that a couple of years ago I did work on Betty, a 1974 Overlander. I had her just the way I wanted her when we rolled her on I-80 on the way to Burning Man last year. Fortunately our landing was soft and nobody was hurt.

Anyway, I like some of your ideas and may end up drawing inspiration from them. I will document the progress. Pics to come!

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