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bsinmich

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tonyandkaren wrote:

Very cool! I've never seen one with a stepped up roof and window. Have a good time at the lake!

That roof line was how you could spot an old Allegro. I never heard if they had a leak problem so they must have that figured that out before selling them.


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robsouth wrote:

Nice job! What sorta of wax did you use? I have about rubbed holes in my trailer using every kind of wax I can find, but none of it works very well.
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Looks great,you've done a great job have fun.


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Very Cool indeed! You could use that front bumper for a bar. Pull up a lounge chair, pop open a beer and your good to go. There is an old Allegro similar to yours on a used lot outside of Buffalo, NY. Sticker on the windshield says $4895, looks in great shape on the outside.

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Nice work! You got a great deal. I bought mine for $200 and it's going to cost me a bit more than $1,500 to get in as good as shape as yours appears to be. Mine's a 30-foot and looks identical except for that cool "bump up" in the roof. I love that about the 33s.


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Outstanding


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I love this! Great Job!

My brand new old Allegro Bus is 10 years newer than yours but it's PAID FOR which means I have cash for fixing it up and knowing me I'll still have it in 10 years so you are an inspiration!

Today I ordered some new wool rugs to match the interior. They were on clearance but I have the same in my home but a different color scheme. Now I have incentive to get in and clean up the wood floors.


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Used some olive oil on front of "Betsy" to clean her up a bit more.
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Painted the window frame on side door brown also. Looking a bit better each weekend [emoticon]
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This is what she looked like when I bought her for $1,500.00
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Below is how she looks today after I cleaned up the front of "Betsy".
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