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Old 03-18-2015, 10:14 PM   #57
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Old 03-18-2015, 10:20 PM   #58
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Old 03-18-2015, 11:26 PM   #59
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Old 03-19-2015, 11:07 AM   #60
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Thanks everyone.
I have now officially run out of ideas for future mods so I guess I just have to enjoy the darn thing. My problem is I love tinkering with it, perhaps I should pick up a restoration project somewhere.....
In any case, out of curiosity, what is your favorite modification that you have done?
Ohmygoodness! After well over a hundred mods, I'm still thinking up stuff to do... but, I do admit that the creative juices have dried up to a trickle!

And, my 'favorite' is the last one I used... probably the same as everybody else!

Good work, Sid!

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Old 03-19-2015, 01:10 PM   #61
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No Rob, Ohmygoodness
After looking at your pictures I can honestly say I am in the presence of the Master Modificator!
In the immortal words of Wayne and Garth...
We're not worthy! We're not worthy!
Party on Rob!
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Old 05-02-2015, 01:15 PM   #62
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It may sound funny but when we upgraded from our pop up to the Parkliner the thing we were saddest to see go were the bumper stickers on the back. Each one of those ugly laminate's represented a cherished family memory. In fact the picture you see above is hanging in our family room at home simply because it brings us joy every time we look at it.
The dilemma; how do we continue a family tradition without putting bumper stickers on our beautiful egg? My solution was to take hiking medallions and put them on our screen door.


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It seems everywhere we go they have a medallion so our collection is sure to grow.



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Great idea Sid!

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Great idea Sid!

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Thanks Frank! I should also mention that I liked your fold down TV install so much that I had to mimic it!
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Thanks Frank! I should also mention that I liked your fold down TV install so much that I had to mimic it!
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Ha, ha, ha! Looks great Sid. Good to share ideas around the Parkliner bunch. I was just looking around to see if I could find some multi-paks of 921 bulbs in LED...

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That is such a great idea Sid….
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You know something funny? For all the work I put into installing cable and a TV, we used it only once last year, and that was over the July 4th camping trip near Whiteface Mtn. in the Adirondacks when an unexpected storm moved in. I don't think it will get much use, but I think it's good to have.

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I keep a portable dvd player in my ParkLiner, and usually carry my surface pro 2 with a dvd unit and watch a movie if the weather gets bad. I have been camping with friends several times that the sky opend up and it poured and everyone went to bed early...i work 2nd shift and don't normally go to bed till around 2am... so the movies help lol. I wouldn't install it permanently, but that is just me.
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I think a DVD (or blu-ray player) is on the horizon for us. We've gone blu-ray at home.

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