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Old 04-08-2007, 05:27 PM   #15
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Exterior looks in great shape, inside needs some TLC but nice all around!
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Old 05-04-2007, 06:13 AM   #16
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the pig progress

hi all

after 4 weeks of inside work we seem to be making some progress,
after tearing out alot and repair and ribeting things back together
we have the Bathroom floor in, the new counter top and cabinet
and new plumbing all set. butit really did not seem to look good until
yesterday. finally got my "fuzzy: window channel in. after I removed the screens, stripped them down and spray clear epoxy and new screening,
yesterday i replaced all the "fuzzy".. WOW, just to remove all the gunk
from the windows and actually have them move back and forth..
makes I BIG difference. flooring for the main cabin put everything back this
weekend.

one question: stove/Counter top? want to put a 3/2 burner count top in and the Microwave under that in the cabinet.
stove is not in that bad of shape and I have cleaned it up in case we want to
put it back in..
like to find out what people think about it. stove in or out,
and can i sell (how much)it if i decide not to pu tit back in.

George
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Old 05-04-2007, 06:30 AM   #17
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hi all

after 4 weeks of inside work we seem to be making some progress,
after tearing out alot and repair and ribeting things back together
we have the Bathroom floor in, the new counter top and cabinet
and new plumbing all set. butit really did not seem to look good until
yesterday. finally got my "fuzzy: window channel in. after I removed the screens, stripped them down and spray clear epoxy and new screening,
yesterday i replaced all the "fuzzy".. WOW, just to remove all the gunk
from the windows and actually have them move back and forth..
makes I BIG difference. flooring for the main cabin put everything back this
weekend.

one question: stove/Counter top? want to put a 3/2 burner count top in and the Microwave under that in the cabinet.
stove is not in that bad of shape and I have cleaned it up in case we want to
put it back in..
like to find out what people think about it. stove in or out,
and can i sell (how much)it if i decide not to pu tit back in.

George
Sounds like you moving along. It's nice to be able to open the window at a toll eh! I replaced mine as well. the old ones were in tough shape.

How is the stove top? (rusted) If not, I'd keep it. They work great. We put a micro wave in on the counter top, above the frigs.

Not sure of the value.
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Old 05-04-2007, 07:10 AM   #18
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stove

a little rust (spots) on the chrome top's
but not too bad..
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Old 05-04-2007, 07:15 AM   #19
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I forgot to post a link to my 20'

Here ya go

1977 20 Argosy Class A

Post some new interior pics, would love to see em!
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Old 08-11-2007, 09:22 PM   #20
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Your Coach Looks Really Nice For The Price.i Just Bought A 1975 24' Argosy That Has Been Totally Restore Right Down To 4750 Miles On The New 454.mine Also Sat For 2.5 Years And It Has What We Call "lot Rot" It Will Take Quite A Bit Of Work Even Though It Was Done 2.5 Yrs Ago.good Luck And I'll Post Some Pics Of Mine..
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