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Old 02-25-2006, 11:32 PM   #1
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I have a 1979 13' Burro for sale in Central California. It has a 3-way refrigerator (works on propane for sure), a catalytic heater (works) and all the other stuff one would expect. Kitchen, porta-potti, closet, water tank (12v pump does not work, but have replacement), etc.
Also includes a working window A/C & 2 current propane tanks with a cross-over valve. The frame has broken in the past and has been expertly repaired. The fall from the frame brake caused a fiberglass break which has been repaired structurally but needs cosmetic finishing.
The door latch is also missing. I have not been able to determine what the original latch looks like, but I cobbled together a replacement which has held so far. I don't know how to upload an image, but I can email pictures.

Price is $2,000

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Dave
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Old 02-25-2006, 11:43 PM   #2
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Daves, when you click reply you will see a “Browse” button a little ways under the input screen. Just find your Jpg on your computer and click add “Add This Attachment” next to the Browse button.

We would love to see your trailer.

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Old 02-25-2006, 11:59 PM   #3
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Daves, when you click reply you will see a “Browse” button a little ways under the input screen. Just find your Jpg on your computer and click add “Add This Attachment” next to the Browse button.

We would love to see your trailer.

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Hi Mike,

I tried that with my original post and after 10 minutes I got a message telling me I could not upload that kind of attachment. I just tried it again and after 5 minutes got tired of waiting :-(

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I tried that with my original post and after 10 minutes I got a message telling me I could not upload that kind of attachment. I just tried it again and after 5 minutes got tired of waiting :-(

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Dave, that is probably from either too large a file size in kb, or too large of a photo size in pixels. If you resize your photos to about 500 pixels wide and save it as a .jpg file, you should have no difficulty uploading a photo. Even on a dialup, a file of that size should only take a few seconds.

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Old 02-26-2006, 02:06 PM   #5
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Dave, that is probably from either too large a file size in kb, or too large of a photo size in pixels. If you resize your photos to about 500 pixels wide and save it as a .jpg file, you should have no difficulty uploading a photo. Even on a dialup, a file of that size should only take a few seconds.

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Thanks Roger,

I reshot them @640x480 and I'll try again to upload one.

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do you have pictures? I also need to know the weight, thanks.


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I have a 1979 13' Burro for sale in Central California. It has a 3-way refrigerator (works on propane for sure), a catalytic heater (works) and all the other stuff one would expect. Kitchen, porta-potti, closet, water tank (12v pump does not work, but have replacement), etc.
Also includes a working window A/C & 2 current propane tanks with a cross-over valve. The frame has broken in the past and has been expertly repaired. The fall from the frame brake caused a fiberglass break which has been repaired structurally but needs cosmetic finishing.
The door latch is also missing. I have not been able to determine what the original latch looks like, but I cobbled together a replacement which has held so far. I don't know how to upload an image, but I can email pictures.

Price is $2,000

thanks,

Dave
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Old 03-06-2006, 01:47 PM   #7
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do you have pictures? I also need to know the weight, thanks.
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Hi Krys,
Here is a picture showing the damage to the fiberglass body. The broken piece has been strongly reattached, but needs filling and finishing to look good.
I have the manuals for all the appliances, but not for the trailer itself, so I don't know the weight. Perhaps the specifications are somewhere in the archives on this site.

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Dave

P.S. The Burro website says that the trailer is 14' & weighs 1400lbs.

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