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Posted: 04/23/22 03:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

OMG! fulltimim. looks like some of your fan base is getting impatient. LOL


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Posted: 04/24/22 06:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DewLess wrote:

Well not complaining a big bunch, but I guess a bit… Can you kinda pickup the pace a bit, I am on the down side of like would to see the exterior started

You can think it, you just can't say it. OK, it's been 2 month and like 15 pages since he did anything more than apply a bit of fiberglass to a piece of wood so we are pretty much on track.

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I think most of his time is just plain BS.







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I have to agree with most poster's, it has been pretty boring for quite awhile, how bout's we get the show on the road????


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Posted: 04/24/22 04:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Don't be so hasty to be critical. This forum has been so slow lately that fulltimin has been close to one of the top five posts for weeks.

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Yeah! Let’s not get carried away here! We want this to go on in perpetuity, so we have something to look at, and follow while we are out here actually, you know, enjoying our fully functional RVs!! [emoticon]

* This post was edited 04/25/22 07:22am by nohurry *


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Posted: 04/25/22 09:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DewLess wrote:

Well not complaining a big bunch, but I guess a bit… Can you kinda pickup the pace a bit, I am on the down side of like would to see the exterior started

Yup...it's been almost 5 years since this began.

5 years ago I said this should be an interesting thread.

I'll admit, after 5 years I've lost interest and honestly I don't think this thing will ever see completion.

Too bad too, the original idea was pretty cool. Sadly the "rebuild" seems to have transformed into something completely different.


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DewLess wrote:

Well not complaining a big bunch, but I guess a bit… Can you kinda pickup the pace a bit, I am on the down side of like would to see the exterior started


sorry but I enjoy seeing all of his side projects and test. I've been following since day one. I'm still hooked.


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I to am still interested, this is one of the threads I am subscribed to that I open every notice I receive.


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Posted: 04/25/22 10:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anybody want to throw something else in here?


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