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Old 08-02-2020
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Here’s a pic, hope this works.


Not yet.
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You guys are great, thank you! Someone stole the generator ������ go figure.
That actually might be a blessing! The newer ones are a LOT quieter, and depending on what your bus was optioned with, can actually be more-powerful, too.

If you get this thing out of the dirt, and to a place you can work on it, please start a project thread and post up pictures. I'm popping the popcorn right now!!

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I remember seeing this coach on FB. Who knows, she may be a diamond in the rough and may not even need much work. lol. not likely, but we can all dream! Welcome to the family. I hope you have some place in the ATL to park her and work on her. I have found space here to be at a premium.
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What part of ATL are you in? I live up in Lawrenceville and have 1980 FC35RB.
I am no mentor, but have been to 2 WOG rallies
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