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1989 Fleetwood Southwind Motorhome FOR SALE
1989 Fleetwood Southwind Motorhome FOR SALE Year: 1989 Make: Chevrolet Model: P30 Vehicle Type: Motor Home Mileage: 62000 Original Miles Body .
23 foot 1984 Southwind motorhome
The condition of this motorhome is way above average for it's age.
1992 Fleetwood Southwind Motorhome
1992 Fleetwood Southwind Motorhome for sale.
New 2016 Fleetwood Southwind 32V Class A Gas Motorhome RV - Holiday World of Houston in Katy, Texas
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1983 33' Southwind RV
We bought this a couple of week ago.
2017 Fleetwood Southwind 32V Motorhome For Sale near Portland, OR
Check out our 2017 Fleetwood Southwind 32V Motorhome for sale at our dealership, Funtime RV, near Portland, Oregon, serving Salem, Eugene, and Tualatin, .
2017 Fleetwood Southwind Class A Motorhome For Sale near Portland, Oregon
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Used Class A Motorhomes For Sale - 1998 Fleetwood Southwind Model 36C - 36' Ft.
Used Class A Motorhomes For Sale - 1998 Fleetwood Southwind Model 36C - This unit is sold, check nexusrv.
1989 34' Southwind Fleetwood motorhome project (day 1)
this our 1st RV and we named her :Memaw" we are giving her a full make over.
RV Repair P 30 Chassis Fleetwood Southwind Auto Brake Problem Solution
I removed mine completely, and in this video I replace the Parking brake.
Red Hook new hot spot for New York residents living in street trailers - New York Daily News
A pair of Hurricane Sandy victims who lost their apartments in the flood and a 31-year-old landlord wannabe are creating the neighborhood’s mobile home. He left a water damaged apartment on Van Brunt St. after the October storm and thought scoring the camper for $4,000 was a cheap way to get a permanent roof over his head. with a “for sale” sign two months after losing his apartment on Conover St. during the storm. The 42-year-old steel hauler spotted the motorhome on Third Ave. She keeps her four-month-old investment parked two blocks from the river on Sullivan St. Aldridge, an art studio manager, is busy transforming her 192-square-foot wagon into a hotel room-on-wheels, installing WiFi and a solar-powered energy system. “I was looking for an apartment, but they were like $2,000,” Rohde said, showing off his mobile amenities such as a walk-in shower, central air conditioning, a queen-size bed and a flat-screen television. Around the corner on King St. sits Robert Rohde’s tan one-bedroom Southwind camper. “It was like spending two months rent,” said Gauld who likes to leave his residence on Imlay St. City officials said there was nothing wrong with mobile housing. Source: www.nydailynews.com
Ugly RV wins Richmond contest, grabs attention - Palladium-Item
Jim, a self-described introvert, isn’t sure he wants any more attention, especially from driving in a vehicle that looks like it could belong to Cheech and Chong. There’s no doubt about it. The Pickle is ugly. It was the move to Florida that inspired the Pickle’s most distinctive feature: its color scheme. “Everybody just went crazy,” Thompson said. Caskey said there’s an advantage to parking it out front because “it’s so easy for people to find the house. His father said the 31-year-old vehicle uses diesel fuel and gets only about eight to 10 miles a gallon. But the contest prize is welcome, as are the interested comments from fellow campers when the couple takes the Pickle out about twice a year. “I just used whatever I had,” James said in a phone call from Florida, where he now lives. The bright green and bright blue are the signature colors of the church James serves there. Besides, James said, green is his wife’s favorite color. If Caskey hadn’t told a friend in Indianapolis about the Pickle — “You won’t believe this thing. “My sister’s won all kinds of beauty contests,” Caskey said. So all in all, the Pickle’s ugliness has turned out to be a pretty good thing for Thompson. James Thompson acquired the vehicle about three years ago when the RV he was driving broke down in Kentucky. Jim said his neighbors aren’t big fans of the Pickle’s look. But when James decided to sell, Jim offered to buy the Pickle for camping trips. The title brought with it a check for $1,000. Jim Thompson and his fiancee, Vickie Caskey, almost missed being part of the contest. So Jim Thompson drove the Pickle to the recreational vehicle dealership’s lot. As the owner in possession, will Jim Thompson ever change the Pickle’s color. James Thompson’s original plan was to take the Pickle to Florida with him, but changed his mind after one trip. “I thought about it,” he said, “but my wife-to-be talked me out of it. ”. In fact, Caskey would like to add flowers and peace signs to make the motorhome stand out even more. The Pickle, as it is known in the family, recently was named winner of the Ugly RV Contest sponsored by Tom Raper RVs. ” — and if that friend hadn’t heard an advertisement for the contest on the radio, the couple might never have known about it. The ad said to upload photos to the Tom Raper RVs website, but Thompson and Caskey didn’t have a way to do that at the... The dealer he took it to was struggling with repairs and arranged to trade his late father’s motorhome — the future Pickle — for the disabled RV. James, who was living in Richmond at the time, drove it home and started fixing. Just ask Jim Thompson Jr. of Richmond, who owns a bright green 1983 Fleetwood Southwind motorhome with his son, James III. Source: www.pal-item.com
Meeting Makers: Ultimate DIY celebration finally arrives in Santa Cruz with a mini edition - Santa Cruz Sentinel
• Sandi Imperio of the Santa Cruz Public Library, who will exhibit machines made from Legos and her amazing paper art. After a rigorous application process and a $500 licensing fee, the school received a 120-page playbook to address all the aspects of putting on a fair for 1,000 to 2,000 people. Gateway’s curriculum includes arts, programming and high-tech fabrication, but student projects will not be featured at the event. The many hours required to make the event a success are just part of the Gateway School ethic, said Pitman. It’s a diverse gathering of makers of all stripes: tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students and commercial exhibitors. And Santa Cruz Mountain Brewery will host a beer garden with an organic beer-making demonstration. Details: For more information about the event, parking and tickets (advance tickets are half-price) or to volunteer, go to www. Plenty of on-site bike parking will be provided as well as free off-site car parking and shuttles near Natural Bridges State Beach. Details: For more information about the event, parking and tickets (advance tickets are half-price) or to volunteer, go to www. • Loom-maker Jill Sanders of Saori, who will set up five looms at the event for people to experience this “rhythmically healing fabric art” for themselves. What: A family-friendly event that celebrates the creativity and inventiveness of companies and individuals in the Santa Cruz community. Cost: Tickets are half price until April 10. Adult, $16 (currently $8). seniors and students, $6 (currently $3). children 4 to 12, $4 (currently $2). child under 4, free. Cost: Tickets are half price until April 10. Adult, $16 (currently $8). seniors and students, $6 (currently $3). children 4 to 12, $4 (currently $2). child under 4, free. What: A family-friendly event that celebrates the creativity and inventiveness of companies and individuals in the Santa Cruz community. , Santa Cruz, though parking will be available near natural Bridges State beach, with shuttles running to and from the event. , Santa Cruz, though parking will be available near natural Bridges State beach, with shuttles running to and from the event. The Maker Faire group’s team has also made itself available to answer questions along the way, Pitman said. By all accounts, the Maker Faire organization has been a big help to Gateway School’s ambitious venture. The fair allows creators and tinkerers to showcase their work to the community, while the public comes to enjoy hands-on, interactive experiences, connect with like-minded people and to be inspired. The fair allows creators and tinkerers to showcase their work to the community, while the public comes to enjoy hands-on, interactive experiences, connect with like-minded people and to be inspired. Santa Cruz Mini Maker Faire. ‘The Dragons of Eden,’ a seven-headed dragon art car that spits fire was conceived and engineered by Lucy Hoskings, who will open her art car up for tours of the bus-length vehicle (which retracts for highway driving) and its glass globe cockpit. Santa Cruz Mini Maker Faire. Maker Faire supports the ideas of passionate innovation, collaboration and joyful connection with others, and hands-on doing as a way of experiencing the world. Maker Faire supports the ideas of passionate innovation, collaboration and joyful connection with others, and hands-on doing as a way of experiencing the world. The Bay Area Maker Faire — “The Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth” — is coming to Santa Cruz this month with a “mini” version. At the Santa Cruz Maker Faire, Idea Fab Labs will be showcasing its augmented reality Virtual Sandbox. Her hope is that the event will bring the larger community together: “There’s a lot of different kinds of people here [in Santa Cruz], and it’s sometimes hard to feel cohesion, and it’s getting harder since it’s become sort of a bedroom community... Although the event is using Gateway classrooms and grounds, it’s still going to look a lot like a Maker Faire, with 2 1/2 acres of space for exhibits, vendors, art cars and hands-on experiences for all ages and interests. Roberts, who came to Gateway from the East Bay in the summer of 2014, said one of the school’s mandates is to serve the community, and he thought that hosting a Mini Maker Faire was a way to do that. • Tool-maker Lee Marshall of Knew Concepts, who will exhibit his portable bench clamp anvils and patented hand saws that allow jewelers, woodworkers and guitar makers to create very fine detail. Roberts had also been impressed that a secular, nonprofit school — Park Day School in Oakland —s ponsored the East Bay Mini Maker Faire. • Engineer-artist Lucy Hoskings, who will give tours of her Fleetwood Southwind motorhome — The Dragons of Eden — retrofitted into a seven-headed dragon art car that spits real fire. Gateway also sent Lea Pitman, the leadership team’s volunteer coordinator, to the Maker Faire Producers’ Summit in San Francisco in January to learn more and forge connections with other more experienced fair-producers. The Santa Cruz Mini Maker Faire will focus on the distinctive creative passions of the local community and promote Monterey Bay area makers exclusively. Zachary Roberts, Gateway’s head of school and a maker himself, sees the school as the ideal venue for a Mini Maker Faire. SANTA CRUZ >> Over the past few years, more than one local group has attempted to bring a licensed Maker Faire to Santa Cruz County, but Gateway School, a small K-8 private school on the Westside, has finally pulled it off. The idea of sponsoring a Mini Maker Faire occurred to Roberts before moving to Santa Cruz in 2014. He had attended the East Bay Faire in Berkeley and the flagship Maker Faire in San Mateo, and was sold on the concept. If you haven’t been to a Maker Faire before (there were more than 150 of them in 2015, across five continents) or are unfamiliar with the Maker Movement, here’s your chance to get clued in. Maker Faire’s focus is creativity and invention, and... Source: www.santacruzsentinel.com
Plunkett's Automobile Industry Almanac: Automobile, Truck and Specialty Vehicle Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading CompaniesPlunkett Research, Ltd.. 2007. ISBN: 9781593920944,1593920946. 575 pages.
Provides information on the truck and specialty vehicles business, including: automotive industry trends and market research; mergers, acquisitions, globalization; automobile manufacturers; truck makers; makers of specialty vehicles such as RVs; automobile loans, insurance and other financial services; dealerships; and, components manufacturers.
Plunkett's Automobile Industry Almanac 2009Plunkett Research, Ltd.. 2017. ISBN: 9781593921224,1593921225. 564 pages.
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