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Wonder where the spare tire goes?  Its far bigger than any other tire on the rig!

You can find out who owned the F# by contacting FMCA & probably get the info on the coach, its not a production model....its been modified.  The dual rear axle on a production coach, came out in late 1971.

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I may be mistaken but looking at the tail lights and hub caps it may be from the sixty's. They remind me of a Lincoln from that aria. I noticed that it must be all aluminum with all the rivets.

I would like to see it restored. It would be a conversation piece.

Herman

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1 hour ago, manholt said:

Wonder where the spare tire goes?  Its far bigger than any other tire on the rig!

Looks like it belongs on the dragster that they pulled behind, LOL.😘

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Great old RV. It definitely has lots of overhang in the back. Lots of tail swing. I agree hope someone restores  it.

Bill

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Try this.  Front cap is a delivery Van, attached to a Travco or Apollo, attached to a Flexible Bus rear end.  The AC unit in rear, is an after thought & fairly new.  Its not a DP or FRED.  Paint job is retro, common in early 1970's.  IMHO with that overhang in back, it was put together where it sit's for the Museum!

Miracle of America Museum, Polson, Montana! 

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