sunvalleyjoe
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Tiki2some
Wow. That's ... uhm ... er ... something.
Yep. Sure is.
~ Linda & Bill
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sunvalleyjoe
the vw bus intact  is worth about $50,00. Sure this guy spent too much time in the Mojave Desert.I could not resist this photo. GBA!!SVJ
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mikes
the vw bus intact is worth about $50,00. Sure this guy spent too much time in the Mojave Desert.I could not resist this photo. GBA!!SVJ
Depends on the original condition, and that may be now to the right buyer, but not when he cut it up.
Mike
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sunvalleyjoe
Mikes I have seen 1/2 a dozen of these chopped laying around old ghost towns in Nevada .What a waste i have a 67 and 59 in my back yard waiting to be restored by my sons or grandsons. I have been tempted to sell them but I would be dis owned by the boys. Have a safe 4th GBA!!SVJ
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Gran
LOVE IT!
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Alabama Jim
Someone was very creative with that uh, camper.  It is fun to see what ideas people come up with.  Have fun, live, and enjoy God's beautiful outdoors.
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sunvalleyjoe
look up Randsburg Ca on internet great ghost town and not as commercial as Virginia City Nv. GBA!!SVJ
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Alabama Jim
Just looked at Randsburg and it looks pretty cool.   Take a look at Bannack, MT.  It is a state park now and is in the original condition, but is in great shape.  A park ranger told me they will preserve but not restore.  Bannack was the Montana Territorial Capitol and the hotel where delegates met is still there and you can walk in and upstairs.  Most all of the old abandoned buildings are open to walk through.  I think it is the best ghost town I have visited, so far. 
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