Well, Here is the deal. 5 years ago I purchased a 77 Scamp
. Fixed it up, loved it used the heck out of it and then it was time to sell. For me I needed to know it was going to the "right home". I know weird but I was screening buyers because I just couldn't part with it if someone were to just go and trash it in the woods. Ed came along and told his story. His wife passed of ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) and he needed a trailer to pass the word along to help gather donations as he travels round the map. He was a perfect match for the trailer and all that I asked was he send me a photo every now and again of the Journeys she would be on. I received this last night. If you see Ed and his trailer give him a honk, a wave, a nod, make a donation what ever. He is a good man doing a cool thing. He gave me permission to share this in here.