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RoadCake

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New purchase, looking for info to begin restoration
« on: May 22, 2005, 04:44:41 PM »
Howdy again,

I just bought a 1980 Fleetword Class C Jamboree Rallye on a Ford Chassis and need to get as much info as I can to begin restoring.  Any good sites online to help me get documentation, specs ect..?

Thanks!

~RC
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Woody

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Re: New purchase, looking for info to begin restoration
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2005, 05:43:18 PM »
First thing to do is write down your VIN and also the Fleetwood serial number. Then call Fleetwood Customer Service in California and have them log you as the registered owner of the coach. They can provide you with any Owners Manuals or additional documentation you need. If you need to repalce some old parts try calling Sullivans RV repair in Decatur Indiana (where one of the Fleetwood factories is located) and they can give you the name of a local place in town that carries literally thousands of old Fleetwood parts. My coach is not at home right now and the numbers I mentioned in in it. You should be able to get them from information though. The Fleetwood number is an 800 so it won't cost anything.


Woody
Date Posted: May 22, 2005, 03:42:12 PM
First thing to do is write down your VIN and also the Fleetwood serial number. Then call Fleetwood Customer Service in California and have them log you as the registered owner of the coach. They can provide you with any Owners Manuals or additional documentation you need. If you need to repalce some old parts try calling Sullivans RV repair in Decatur Indiana (where one of the Fleetwood factories is located) and they can give you the name of a local place in town that carries literally thousands of old Fleetwood parts. My coach is not at home right now and the numbers I mentioned in in it. You should be able to get them from information though. The Fleetwood number is an 800 so it won't cost anything.


Woody

RoadCake

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Re: New purchase, looking for info to begin restoration
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2005, 11:18:46 PM »
Great advice!

I talked to them today and the paperwork is in the mail

Thanks!

~RC

Woody

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Re: New purchase, looking for info to begin restoration
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2005, 12:33:34 PM »
Sorry about the multiple posts, don't know how that happened. I have a 93 Fleetwood Pace Arrow and they have been great with any problems I have had. Sullivans did some repair work for me and were very good, and reasonable. Great people to deal with.

 

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