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Old 07-08-2011, 12:36 AM   #11
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Re: Older Sportmobile 20 + years

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Originally Posted by atikovi
Picked up this '79 Chevy with 65K miles a few months ago for about the same price. Drove it home 30 miles on the highway.



Has fridge, sink, 2 burner cooktop, running water, toilet, furnace, factory air but no roof air like that. Can I add that to a fiberglass top? Has a pinhole radiator leak, some small rust spots, needs a tail pipe, a/c compressor and some minor trim but is pretty solid and doesn't smell.
I looks like it is in pretty nice shape, The unit on my rooftop is a combination heat & AC unit. You can definitely put 1 on your roof as well. The nice thing about these older vans if they are in decent shape is you can do a lot with them.
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