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  1. Don't just keep up with the Joneses - Pass them by in Style!Own this piece of history and recall the grandeur of those days bygone.This 1953 GMC PD-4104 S/N 768 began its service as a Greyhound in December 1953 and highlights the following:• Kitted (and titled) as a recreational vehicle in 1973• Mechanical and electrical systems are in good condition • Detroit Diesel 6-71 engine has about 100K miles (typically good for 1 million miles plus) • 4 speed manual transmission and Jake brake• New running batteries installed August 2018 • California Registration current through February 2019• Currentl
  2. I have a 30ft rolls international envoy either a 1972 or 1974 with a suburban furnace.i noticed The fan wasn't kicking on when I turn on the thermostat. Upon further inspection I realized it was locked up with mud dauber nests. My question is how should I go about removing the debris in the furnace? (The fan did break free and I immediately shut it off to prevent any further damage) it was all in working order two years ago when it was last used
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