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Old 04-30-2011, 02:09 PM   #365
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I like pictures of toys, etc., but prefer to keep this thread for mo/ho-related stuff. Some of the posts (as cool as they are) take a lot of time to get through. Just my opinion.
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Old 04-30-2011, 04:37 PM   #366
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Hi MEANlow,

Among the crazy things that I have considered getting involved with (and I do find myself looking at a lot of crazy things) was a Prevost H3-60 bus. If you're not familiar with that model, check it out. (As a participant of THIS thread, you are already pre-qualified as some sort of a crazy.) In any case, it is basically a 60' long articulated bus.
I just Googled that Prevost bus, it's massive. That would make quite a rig for sure! I liked the one John Haggard was looking at in this thread:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f311...ing-74129.html

Not that I was crazy about the looks of it (I'm not saying it was ugly either), what caught my eye about it was the huge amount storage underneath with a chopper parked inside it. That was pretty cool I don't think I could fit my Harley in the storage compartments in the Airstream... Well maybe if I totally disassembled it I could? Then I'd have to put it all back together again when I wanted to run down to the corner to get a cold one, it would just be too much of a hassle
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:09 PM   #367
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My sister works for the Red Cross. Her main job is going into factories teaching CPR and other life saving techniques but she has been volunteering all over NC after the round of tornadoes we had the other week. She spotted this on Piney Green Road in Jacksonville, NC and got a photo for me because she knew I'd wanna see it. Looks like a 345, only thing that really sticks out to me is the roadside and rear window awnings (I wish I had), otherwise looks pretty much like mine...
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:40 PM   #368
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I found it on Google Maps, it's parked outside Lancaster's Auto Electric. I wonder... does she belong to anyone on here???
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:45 PM   #369
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One more pic for the road. Might be for sale?
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:57 PM   #370
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One more pic for the road. Might be for sale?
She has that, "get me out of this dumb parking lot and on the road", look.
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Old 04-30-2011, 08:06 PM   #371
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I bet all those big blocky mohos sitting all around her are jealous of her sexy curves too. Yep, I actually said that, what can I say, I'm very tired...
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Old 05-01-2011, 01:46 PM   #372
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Mmmm, what are we to do!
I started the thread, and my original idea was to have a reference library of pictures of Classic Motorhomes....

Now, do we stick to the original thought and ridgedly only have Classic Motor Home Pics...
Or is it a Thread in the Classic Motor Home thread where we post pics of anything fun, or Scenery?
I think there is and will always be cross overs, but what does everyone else think?
I didn't post on this thread for quite some time because there was already a section of this site reserved for posting pictures and I had some posted there. However you asked me too and you received, so now I think the amount of posts alone in this thread answers your question. It's the hottest thread in the Classic Motorhomes section right now and may be the hottest on the entire site (I have not checked) and anytime you have people posting pictures of their motorhomes in a discussion thread it's going to occasionally get off topic and that led to a request from another member for me to post pictures of my Harley. Then that led to others posting pics of their bikes, cars etc. I think it's fine and pretty much unavoidable. If you just want to see pictures of classic motorhomes you can always look at them right here:

Classic Motorhomes (Years) - Photo Gallery

Personally I enjoy reading the thread and most every post no matter how on or off topic it is. The pictures are great too so it's a win, win.
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Old 05-04-2011, 01:07 AM   #373
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Enjoying the mh last weekend. Do you like my Airstream lights?
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Old 05-04-2011, 05:28 AM   #374
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Enjoying the mh last weekend. Do you like my Airstream lights?

My sister bought two sets of those for my Christmas present last year. I love 'em!
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Old 05-04-2011, 08:13 AM   #375
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My sister bought two sets of those for my Christmas present last year. I love 'em!
Sweet, You have a very special sister.

Great Pictures.

You have inspired many of Us
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Old 05-04-2011, 08:21 AM   #376
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I like pictures of toys, etc., but prefer to keep this thread for mo/ho-related stuff. Some of the posts (as cool as they are) take a lot of time to get through. Just my opinion.
Hello Mike

Well, this is the Hottest thread going and the forum Sat dead for some time in the Past.

So If this attracts readers and Posters then I say go for it.
We can sort and choose what we want to read, dwell on.

Between this Thread and the thread, What I got for the coach today thread the viewership. and coach Upgrades Business is HOT.

All Good and Inspiring I Think.
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Old 05-04-2011, 10:31 AM   #377
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Thanks for the input Peeps!
I know I feel like I am the "New Kid on the Block" here... funny feeling at nearly 50!
As I have a bunch of older bikes/cars/trucks/RV's I am active on a lot of Forums, and see what are the HOT threads...
Alias's...
KeyAir here..
KeyXS on the Yamaha..
KeyDodge on the Dodge van forums.
Keyspider on the Alfa Forums..
KeyBlazer on the Epedition Portal, Chevy and Garage forums.
KeyRange, on the RangeRover Forums..
Merkey, on the Mercedes Forums..
KeyOutback, on the Subaru Forums...
And a few others!
Busy Busy!

Anyway, I know I love to see what others are up to, and get excited too when someone gets something cool, or new for their ride!
As john and Meanlow said.... its buzzing here, and pleased to see the activity, and long may it last!

Now, how about some of you LURKERS posting some pics of your Airstreams!!!
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Old 05-06-2011, 09:21 AM   #378
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Cardinal Center in Ohio for a time

Hope the soil drys and some corn and soybeans can be planted.
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