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Old 11-04-2017, 08:35 PM
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Well, I put the coach away until spring. I'll miss not being to take it out when I get the whim to do so.
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Old 11-04-2017, 10:58 PM
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Hate not having space to just put them in were on those warm dry days you can't just get one out and take it down town.
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If we have good weather next Saturday, we'll take the '64 to Norwalk and top off the fuel, bring it home and put it away for the winter.
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What are you guys talking about, I never have an issue driving mine year round.
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No road salt down there just constant humidity and heat.
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No road salt down there just constant humidity and heat.
Isn't that the truth. Michigan is calling me home! Bad part is my Lifeliner no longer has heat AT ALL! That was all removed when the new A/C system was installed.
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Well, I put the coach away until spring. I'll miss not being to take it out when I get the whim to do so.
That's some kind of spray foam insulation on the walls Jerry.
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Isn't that the truth. Michigan is calling me home! Bad part is my Lifeliner no longer has heat AT ALL! That was all removed when the new A/C system was installed.
Buying the heater ac unit would not be a problem
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That's some kind of spray foam insulation on the walls Jerry.
I'm on the second floor of a five floor old industrial building. They keep it heated and dry, and don't allow any food to be brought in. All floors are used for storing classic/collectable cars.

Here are two pictures when I put them in storage last year.
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