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  1. CynthiaH
    03-13-2020 12:50 PM
    Hi! I see you aren't too far from Long Beach CA. There is a 310 31 motorhome there I am thinking of purchasing but would love it looked at. It is in the middle of a rehab and I am super concerned about the engine as I would be picking up and taking back to Indiana. Do you still assist with look/sees? If so, I would want to reimburse your gas and time.

    It is being donated to a non-profit by the owner but I would put you in contact directly with owner or non-profit to access.

    Thank you!

    Cynthia Herms
  2. Y2k_Knight
    Hi Steve.
    Are you in the High Desert of CA? My name is Rick, I'm in Barstow.
    I'm looking for an AS motorhome. Mind of I ask a few questions?
    I'm not actually planning to purchase until about October 2018. I read something in the forums a few years ago that prices drop a bit. I don't really want to go smaller than 27', I'd prefer 34'... but it might be better to start off on the shorter side and go big after a couple of years.

  3. kurtk328
    03-15-2018 06:12 AM
    I am looking at a 1984 345 for sale in Desert Hot Springs and want to have an inspection done as I am in Europe to get an inspection done.
    Are you available?
    You can PM me on if needed
  4. jmchugh
    11-13-2017 01:34 PM
    Hi Keyair,
    I recently picked up a 1989LE for tailgating. Do you still have yours and if so can I ask some questions? thanks, Jim
  5. thegarbos
    I am looking to get an inspection done on a '77 Safari located in Tustin. Are you interested/available?

  6. a_magyar
    09-14-2014 05:11 PM
    I saw how you made that little cover on the pipe vent on the top of the camper. Did you use something already made as a "bent aluminum" or you cut it and bent it?
  7. PortlandAir

    Thanks for the encouragement and sharing your photos. Its impressive and inspirational with all that you've done with your moho.
  8. PortlandAir
    Thanks for your help so far. If you're ever in Portland Oregon please look me up. We don't have hook up currently but have 5 acres and a great view.

  9. PortlandAir
    Another strange thing is that she does not have "park" as a gear, there's neutral, reverse, and drive but no "Park", very strange. Is this typical? Also, there is a lever under the dash to the right of the steering wheel column that I was told is part of the starting procedure, its suppose to be up or down (I don't which), I have no idea what its for. Any Idea?

    Oh, the other thing is it has a International 7.3 diesel motor like the kind you find in a Ford F250, obviously an aftermarket deal but certainly adds to the mystery particularly with the electrical wiring. I am anxious to find out how this motor would perform with the moho set up. She's definitely has been neglected and certainly not road worthy at the moment. Its my goal tho bring her back to old glory by next spring. I plan on bringing her home on Sunday and maybe starting a blog once I have a better understanding.
  10. PortlandAir
    Thanks for your response. So I just made the purchase today and is now a proud owner of a 1982 310. Regarding the battery, I actually got it up and running today, funny thing was I did not do anything different. Looks like my set up is a little different from yours. My battery compartment is located within the coach in the floor just inside the entry door with only (2) batteries. There's plenty of room for (2) more batteries but lack the set up like wiring. I'm still missing or can't find the chassis battery, I could only guess that maybe it is in the hood area or somewhere totally out of sight. I'm totally bewildered. Why did it start up today but not during my initial inspection? And how can it start up without the chassis battery?

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  • About Keyair
    Foothill Ranch
    Motorhome #1
    1984 34.5' Airstream 345
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    1977 Dodge Van Conversion 4x6
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    Trailer Inspector, Motorhome Inspector
    How far are you willing to drive to inspect?
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    My name is Steve.... and I am an Alumaholic!
    Working in my Garage is like playing TETRIS with Tools!


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