The Making of a Land Yacht

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The Making of a Land Yacht Completion of a Dream G. Daniel Prigmore Monday, April 26, 2010 As Purchased 1973 GMC 230 Sequoia Monday, April 26, 2010 Floorplan Floorplan Shower Dinette Bed Auto Dash Permanent
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The Making of a Land Yacht Completion of a Dream G. Daniel Prigmore Monday, April 26, 2010 As Purchased 1973 GMC 230 Sequoia Monday, April 26, 2010 Floorplan Floorplan Shower Dinette Bed Auto Dash Permanent Bed Galley Stor Refrig Door Desk Dash Overhead Cabinets Throughout Monday, April 26, 2010 Drivetrain Upgrades Rebuilt Olds 455 engine Converted to 8-port fuel injection with MEFI engine computer by DELPHI ft. lbs. torque Dual ram air from grill Serpentine belt installed CCW police-duty fan and fan clutch Dual oil drain plugs installed Gear reduction 3.50 final ratio chain drive Rebuilt transmission with shift modifications CV joints rebuilt Lower A arms reinforced, new ball joints Knuckles rebuilt by Lenzi New adjustable drag link on steering 1 of 6 Monday, April 26, 2010 Drivetrain Upgrades New lever arm with custom IDEN hat section Polyurethane bushings on standard front sway bar New Alcoa 16-inch wheels, Bridgestone 225x75 R16 Large, auxiliary engine oil cooler Large, auxiliary transmission oil cooler Upgraded alternator Three inch exhaust New oil and trans cooler lines Quick release added to bottom of radiator bracket Radiator re-cored New, fiberglass fan shroud covers complete radiator core 2 of 6 Monday, April 26, 2010 Chassis Upgrades Installed Harrison dual air bag system with rock guards Drum brakes replaced with disk brakes Large disc brakes on 6 wheels with 12.5-inch rotors on rear wheels. S.S. flex brake lines front and rear New auto wiring and components New brake and vacuum lines Powder coated, sensitized vacuum booster with two check valves 12-volt vacuum pump pulling 25 inches vacuum Large air compressor rated at 1.3 CFM from 17 amps to 200 psi New bogie pins, powdercoated bogies 3 of 6 Monday, April 26, 2010 Fuel System Aluminum 35-gallon fuel tanks (two) each with high pressure fuel pump installed in the tank Limiter hose changed from 3/8 to 1/2; Fills 50 gals in 8 minutes. Inverted P trap between front and rear tanks; isolates front and rear tanks for better fuel control with fuel injection JB Weld epoxy seal at fuel filler neck, EPDM rubber splash apron Two, large NAPA marine fuel filters, one for each tank Pollak 2-way fuel valve 4 of 6 Monday, April 26, 2010 Auxiliaries Upgraded dash A/C with modified air ducting to cab IDEN 3 air re-circulating air duct with spring loaded outside air door 20,000 BTU Sanden A/C compressor PVC 90 turndowns mounted thru firewall for extra electrical wires 68 Pontiac fender vents Ramco heated remote control mirrors Exterior rear window panel insulated with blu styrofoam Custom aluminum ignition wire guides with S.S. screws. New fresh and waste water tanks Guske cotton pleated shades Two water heater cutoffs instead of one 5 of 6 Monday, April 26, 2010 Auxiliaries New, limousine tint windows with eyebrows tinting on windshield Wire stone shield for radiator Hidden hood latches, gas spring hood raisers and hidden hood latches by IDEN Dual gas spring propane and generator doors by IDEN Onan Emerald 5.5 KW generator Bronze moisture trapping air tank with 200 lb pressure regulator and gauge Electric, variable speed wipers Electronic cruise control Tire pressure senders and gauge 6 of 6 Mechanical work by Leigh Harrison Monday, April 26, 2010 Exterior and Interior Body repairs and modifications (hidden belt line) All electric appliances, no propane Wood flooring throughout Woodwork and cabinetry of foam core plywood and solid stock, cherry wood finish Leather seating surfaces Permanent bed in rear with storage underneath New dash by Mac McNeal Relocated passenger seat Navigation desk New wiring and lighting with circuit breakers Full-size shower, dry bath Two-burner stove, microwave oven Three, Fan-tastic vents Two sunlights; drv & pass Finishing by Fairhaven Shipyard Monday, April 26, 2010 The Renovation Begins Gutted Interior Completely Rebuilt and Ready to Go Driver s Area Galley Galley at Night Dinette Dinette as Bed Sleeping Area permanent bed Monday, April 26, 2010 Dressing area The Head Shower Monday, April 26, 2010 Tank Monitor and Inverter Control House Electric Panel Monday, April 26, 2010 Engine Hatch passenger seat removed Rear Storage (no LP tank) Generator Compartment Under the Hood driver side Under the Hood passenger side The End Spring Rally April KOA Calhoun, GA
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