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Old 05-01-2002, 09:09 AM   #1
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Office on wheels - 1966 ?

Here's our '66 Globetrotter (purchased on eBay!). It's in moderately good shape, though the plumbing leaks, it's missing some window screens, has no refrigerator, and the upholstery has a bit too much orange for good taste.

We're thinking of converting it into an office (our only tow vehicles are a '72 P1800 Volvo and a '76 2002 BMW). It will be slow going though, since dollars are scarce and handyman skills are scarcer. Though the clear coat is peeling, it's still nice to see it shine in the moonlight...
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Old 07-18-2003, 12:44 PM   #2
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I bought a 67 Globtrotter that had been used as a mobile office. Got it dirt cheap! Feel free to remodel as you see fit, but please do as my trailer's last owner did and save every last bit of trim you can. These pieces of channel and door hardware made it possibly to do a credible restoration on an otherwise stripped interior. Good Luck!
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I removed my interior because of black mold and made it into a weekender/flophouse/fishing/hunting/bathing suit changing station/beach house/portable restroom/eacape form the sun-rain-snow kinda place....ain't pretty but works for me...geof
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