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Old 07-07-2013, 04:37 PM   #1
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Hope this hasn't been posted before but some truly interesting mods and other decked out Bolers.

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Old 07-07-2013, 04:42 PM   #2
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Some of these photos have been on this forum, but its great to see them all in one place. Thanks for sharing,,,, and now I'm going back and look some more !!
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That is an amazing collection of pics and there are so many of them!. Thanks for posting.
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So fun and creative. I can add paint, sew, and do a little electrical and wood working. But I find the complete restorations with all new beautiful cabinitetry that people on this Forum have done just amazing. I wish I had that kind of talent. One of the problems I have though, is that I'm just too impatient. I want to get out there a camp in my trailer so badly that I just can't wait the years it would take me to do something like that.
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I hear you Otters. I picked up my '72 Boler for a decent price, did some necessary low cost repairs and minor upgrades myself but spent $1100 on a new 2000lb axle/tires and rims. Figured if I sold it now I could recoup all money spent and pocket a few hundred. Often though about a total redo on the inside (my own design and labour) but I would never recoup that added cost and the redo would be a personal thing that might limit potential buyers.

I only use the Boler when I am out gold prospecting in the back country so the actual time spent inside is for sleeping and making morning coffee. Still nice to dream though and drool over the talents of others.
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Old 07-07-2013, 07:05 PM   #6
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Oh no! Just when you thought you had it up to here with Boler pics.

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(a number of repeats from the earlier link but new ones as well).
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