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Good (Four Stars) - No major mechanical or body problems, Wear is consistent with age, May not look new, but looks good, Good tires, Clean title
Possibly, if we still have our F-150
More InformationPark Models were built to be hooked-up to campground utilities thus no water tanks. Rescued from a trailer park in California; modernized with new insulation & elec wiring; orig birch paneling, galley, cabinets, and bathroom were put back in place. Fridge, front cabin chairs and 2 front lights are not orig; current gas heater may not be the original. Orig cast iron plumbing was replaced with ABS; 5 gal water heater is replaced it with a lighter 2 gal tank. Axle & tires new 3 years ago. Bargman door handles/locks are slightly different but both work & are of correct era. All exterior pieces & parts. Not bad for a camper for its age! 20 foot long so will fit into many campsites; single axle & tows very straight. We have done little to the camper in the 3 years we’ve owned it. We decided to camp with it for a while to decide if or how we might want to restore it. This is our second vintage camper & we were thrilled to find a Boles. We had a bad hail storm in June of 2018; damage is visible on the front & rear upper panels. The real damage of hail occurred during the winter snow/thaw cycle. Water has damaged 2 ceiling panels. We caught the leak in time before more damage occurred. We used black waterproof tape and Flex seal to prevent more damage. With a recent cross state move & family medial issues we decided to sell as is. A good article on the history of Boles Aero at ( https://tincantourists.com/wiki/boles-aero/ ). Photos don't load in sequence. Pls contact me for more info
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