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Old 04-28-2015, 08:00 AM   #1
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Tim and Betty are into fiberglass

Hi,
We are of retirement age and have moved beyond our pop-up years. [ actually our popup pretty much disintegrated before our eyes and is now unusable with a lot of TLC] We still sleep in a tent sometimes but would like something dry and set up to be able to travel more easily and supplement with a tent. We don't particularly want to buy a new car and we have a 2003 kia sorento that is rated at 2000lb so we figure one of these cute little FGRVs is just the ticket. the trouble is finding one anywhere near. We are in central Indiana and I am willing to travel anywhere in the midwest to pick up possible further.
But I dont particularly want to go a long distance to look at something unsuitable. I am moderately handy and have access to tools but I don't really want a fixer upper. It needs to be road ready or just minor fixes like tires or whatnot.

link to wanted thread; indiana wants you

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Old 04-28-2015, 08:22 AM   #2
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You are running two almost identical threads. You might ask the moderators to delete one of them, or you can edit this mornings post and put a link to your other thread in it.
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Old 04-28-2015, 08:31 AM   #3
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I guess I misunderstood the purpose of an introduction forum. do I just copy the URL and paste?
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That's OK, sometimes threads take off in different directions. Most peeps follow the "Recent Posts" window to the right side of the page and don't even know which forum you posted into. Yes. you can copy and paste the URL into your edited post.


You could link it in either direction to get to one running thread.
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