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Hello to all and welcome to our post. We are the proud owners of a 1971 Shasta LoFlyte. We acquired her about 3 years ago and we got lucky, as she has very good bones. Of course she had the same problems that any other 40 year old camper would have but we have been able to camp in her from day one. I have been able to complete all of her restorations in the off season for the most part. We kept the interior as close to the original as we could within reason. The floor was in good shape as was the counter top and table as well. I’ve switch the circuits over to a true 30 amp circuit, did some low voltage light rigs and I’ve installed a converter for boon docking. I had to do some skirt board work, repair, replace and beefed it up a bit but overall she was good on her topside.I was able to get so much intell and advice during my endeavors from the old “Vintage Shasta” website and from the similar sites that so many members migrated too. My wife and I attended a Riverbend Rally in Georgia last year and were able to put faces with places and pen pals with names. It was a true joy. I am sure that our TCT affiliation will prove to be same. We live in the triad region of NC. Our children are grown but we are both a long way from's fun to dream about it though (lol) Happy Camping and may the road rise to meet you.. Scott and Tatiana

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