I recently had a minor fire due to a birds nest and it melted my motor wiring harness. The plastic gas tank alone makes it worth buying a Dodge. As for other interior decorating accents, in this coach, I went with the baby blue because it's a rare color outside of Holiday Ramblers which used alot of baby blue back then - alot of pastels really - looked awesome though none the less in a motorhome back then and I used the brown and off white or 'bone' color. This one is on point. Most people just then sell the coach or get rid of it, in this case however, they didn't and instead repaired all that had went wrong during that particular hail storm and then some. Your system monitor is here on the dash with the ability to check water levels, propane levels, battery power etc.
This I did ask the previous owners about because it just was absurdly obvious that at some point these windows were replaced. This color runs in small threads through the upholsery on the cock pit chairs as well as the couch and rear lounge. Vacuum booster brakes were standard on B200 and B300, optional on the B100. I am trying to install an isolator and need help. The bargeman lock is still in great shape, doesn't work, but it's there just the same; there is however a deadbolt. Actually you wouldn't even notice them unless you looked for them.
Tyson Pohlman 4-28-10 Looking for ties and or wheels for my 1973 Dodge Motorhome. This page has different templates to choose from. . Thank you so much for your help! As for knick knacks, well I'm a guy so I don't have much in the way of knick knacks, but what I do put out refers to the overall underlying theme of this coach which is tribal African to be brought out more this summer. In this coach, even with it's age and mileage at 67,000 miles, the upholstery is flawless in all areas of the coach. Kristine Thompson 2-15-09 I need a Repair Manual For my 1975 Dodge Sportsman Monaco Motor Home Richard Woods 9-11-08 Please send me a copy of this owners manual.
Character or that human touch which you find in vintage coaches everywhere. There are just so darn many heaters out there. So, that's a long ways off even if I would consider it. And have you since found a manual? It's a 1978 Dodge Mitas f-40 motorhome. Same weight applies to the rear lounge table.
The reason I mention it is because it was secured to the roof via four very large bolts at each corner, which, ironically go through the roof or ceiling. Tom 9-6-10 Did you ever find any info on this? I like the comparative ease of repairing the Dodge - try changing a wiper motor or heater core or fuse in a 1982 Chevyvan and you'll understand. Climbing hills isn't anything either with this size of coach and engine power. All that being said, some of these new hard wood flooring offerings are just plain awesome, including the one that resembles a hard wood floor from an old saloon. A house that you can drive.
I was just one year old at the time, but by four I remember tinkering around with my grandfather while he prepped the coach for trips. Let's start in the living room of this coach. Greetings I have a 1973 dodge tiogo motorhome its a b-300. This furnace may actually have to be removed, cleaned out or possibly repaired. John 6-26-11 I am in great need of manuals for my 1978 dodge sportman vacationer. The alternator was now 117 amps for the van and 136 amps for the wagon, and a 35 gallon tank was standard. This was and is my first experience with this type of title.
Wall hangings are also something I do to change the space from 'camper' ugh hate using that word - unless describing a person to relaxing, soothing, uplifting, positive, fun, and family oriented environment. Let me know if you want to keep in touch. Ed 10-31-12 Bought a 78 at an auction. There is a nice sized storage compartment here as well, accessed from the inside, makes a great place for the storage of pots and pans, not to mention, actually getting in to mess with the water system couldn't be easier, Since it's all accessed from under the rear wrap around seating area, simply remove the cushions and the water lines, pump and other necessary areas are right in your face within easy reach for anyone. Please H E L P??? I just purchased a 77 Titan 23ft and need a manual. Would greatly appreciate any and all info on engine, chassie, and motorhome. When the day of the cleaning arrived, Grandfather would begin early in the morning prepping her for her first start.
As for the ceiling of the motorhome, for a vintage coach such as this one, you'd just expect at least a little water damage or signs of leakage at some point especially around the roof vents. The driver and passenger sit really, really far back in the van. Can you help tell me what's wrong? Baby blue chairs aren't pretty in the daylight unless accented by something to take your eyes away from all that blue keeping in mind the carpet too is baby blue. Their Swinger Line is one that I've been researching or learning more about. The base engine was the slant six, now with 95 horsepower at 3,600 rpm; the 318 had 140 horsepower at the same revs, and a 360 four-barrel was sold with 180 hp, again at 3,600 rpm. Furnace repair is necessary, at least for me since I have to have a highly well maintained vintage coach at all times including things that aren't necessarily necessary for coach usage.
The engine was still kept inside the van, rather than under the hood; the hood itself was mainly used to get to the accessories and check the fluids. When the table on the pedestals is put in place in front of the couch via the in floor table leg supports hidden from view in the floor when not in use , it can work as a second or even third eating area in this coach. I loved it and drove it everywhere and then soon afterwards got an early 70s enormous Coachmen Truck Camper. T need to know how the system is hooked up from the solenoid to the aux battery to the converter. Then after everything had been done followed by a brief prayer blessing over the coach for the season Granddad would then back it all the way down the driveway with the assistance of just about every neighbor in a five mile radius and then drive it around the block he said to make sure the fluids were evenly dispersed but now as a grown man, I know why. I have to keep reminding myself, that's yet another perk to owning a simple 26ft coach instead of a land barge like I normally have where heating the coach up from the dash heat wasn't even possible even if you tried.
Says Concora on the side?? Buddy Heater is provided by two 1lb propane cylinders which screw on at either end. The stove cover in the kitchen, original also, weighs at least 20lbs. My grandparents had raised my mom and her five siblings in almost near poverty with both my grandfather and my grandmother working, even back then, living in a one room shack on the outskirts of Dayton, Ohio. Doesanyone know where I might locate one??. I did place a plastic drawer bin in there though on one end of the closet which consists of 3 nice sized drawers for socks, undies etc and whatever personal items one needs when camping can go there as well. The Swinger Line was more along the lines of their step above the basic entry level coaches, like their Cruise Air Line for example.