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Forum Notices and Announcements / 440 motor on another site for sale in Ca.
« Last post by jolene on November 21, 2017, 10:55:02 AM »
I am on many vintage sites and this came up on one called Vintgage Motorhomes..someone might
be interested..if so I will be glad to help get info..

 Vintage Motorhomes =Michael Wilson It is in Ca. or I would jump on it. **

 I've got a 76 440 for sell bored an new everything 3000 miles an 727 trans. Can hear run central calif . Best offer **
 if interested I can help get info..
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one of my most favorite memories was going camping every easter.. one easter many years ago my hubby and my 4 girls very small were meeting up with my mom, uncle and aunt and a elderly great aunt in a
chinatook...it rained the whole time and we had such a great memorial time...wayne and uncle allen put up a old tarp and we had a campfire under it..great aunt hung out her back door the whole time..we cook and played games and boy did it rain...one of the best times I ever had and love to remember it
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General Camping Questions & Ideas / Re: Calling all Clipper Cooks!
« Last post by jolene on November 17, 2017, 01:45:14 PM »
over the years I have done lots of camping in every kind of rv/tent/van...I even was camping in 1972 with 3 babies and hubby when I had a baby on Easter Morning...anyway on most of my camping I almost always
cook a pot of red beans..usually outdoor but have inside too..also my favorite fried potatoes...usually cook
enough potatoes for next morning breakfast..i make potato, egg, cheese, onion and beans in a flour tortilla.   
that is my most favorite but in my winter camping which I have done so much I like to cook chili and another favorite is 2 cans of northern beans *I like bush brand* and add saute onions, celery, garlic and carrots. in to pot and add some chicken broth and a can of cr?me of mushroom..cook down and put over white rice..it is sooo good..now I am hungry so see ya later..going to find me something to snack on
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Classified / 1977 Clipper
« Last post by Kevin L on November 15, 2017, 06:38:44 AM »
American Clipper. Rear kitchen. Interior is in great shape! Has a 440 cubic inch Dodge motor. New fuel pump and plug wires. Starts right up and runs good. Has some minor problems that will make this guy a bit of a project. Refrigerator does not work. Currently in non op status. Clean title. You smog. Must see this guy in person to appreciate the condition of it. Sleeps five. It is located in San Luis Obispo. Call for more info. 805-801-9222 I can email pics too. Or check it out on Craigslist https://slo.craigslist.org/rvs/d/1977-motor-home/6381846476.html
Kevin
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Classified / Re: Clippers on Craiglist
« Last post by Kevin L on November 15, 2017, 06:24:58 AM »
https://slo.craigslist.org/rvs/d/1977-motor-home/6381846476.html
That one is mine. Feel free to call me, I do not look at this message board often.
805-801-9222 It is in San Luis Obispo Ca.
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Shopping Items / Re: Ladder for upper bunk?
« Last post by jolene on November 15, 2017, 01:26:58 AM »
we got a 3 step kitchen ladder that fold and fit in the above shelf near the bunk..i can send a pic
if interested...works perfect for us
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Forum Notices and Announcements / looking to buy manual etc for 1978 clipper
« Last post by jolene on November 14, 2017, 12:34:33 PM »
IF THERE IS SUCH A THING AS A MANUAL OR BROCHURE GIVEN WHEN BUYING A 1978
AMERICAN CLIPPER..I HAVE SOME BOOKS BUT THEY ARE ALL ABOUT DODGE AND NOT THE
CLIPPER...please let me know if you have one for sale...would consider printing from one
or where I can get one...I think it would have tons of info. I could use...thanks
me email is west.jolene@yahoo.com or call 580-799-2112
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Forum Notices and Announcements / Re: Novice coach Clipper Owner
« Last post by jolene on November 14, 2017, 12:16:09 PM »
Hi.  I too am a newbie...I also have a 78 clipper...Was real lucky in that ours was in real good shape and
not much to do inside..today my husband changed plugs, wires and distributer and air breather so hopefully
it will run smoother...We are in rural western Ok.  in my search of a clipper found one in Kansas, Utah and a couple in Washington.  Looks like most are in the west.  I am looking for help on interior gauges and how to run off the main battery.  so far haven't gotten a new main battery but do have new cab battery...just learning as I go along...one thing I want if there is one a manual of the American clipper...I have some
but they are just dodge manual.  I have heard there is a man in this club that has items for sale of clippers so hope to contact him to see if such a book exist..lol  anyway I am a talker...glad there is another new one
and hopefully we can help each other...I have talk with lots in this club that are very helpful and friendly.
so happy trails and hopefully we can all meet up at a clipper rally...on my bucket list for sure
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Forum Notices and Announcements / Novice coach Clipper Owner
« Last post by paulntracy on November 14, 2017, 01:34:51 AM »
 Tracy and Paul Schiro here ...Proud Owners. Just purchased ?78 American Clipper. Getting to know her. Love to connect with others regarding the nuances of the rig. Bought from an owner in Grass Valley. We live in Shell Beach (San Luis Obispo County/Pismo Beach).
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For the Love of Clipper / questions on early clippers
« Last post by jolene on November 11, 2017, 10:46:38 AM »
Hi Clipper fans...I was wondering about the first clippers...I see they started in 1973.  Does anyone
know if any exist since there were only 3 and how about the 1974...Is there any pictures of these
around...I have a 1978 and it looks like that was the year most were made...My dream would be
to get to a rally and check out all the models...Wonder how many are out there.   I have seen a few
on craigslist and ebay when I was looking and most in good shape...There is one in Austin Tx. sold
in pretty rough shape for $1000.. hate to see it go to waste but it needs a lot...any response will
be appreciated...happy trails to all my new clipper buddies and hoping to meet some of you someday.
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