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Hey everyone. I have a 97 lifted jeep wrangler for trade that has 14,000 invested in it. Been looking to get back into a westy since I sold my 76 reluctantly. Anyone interested pm me. I'll send pictures and all the details if interested. Thanks everyone!
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I have 2 "Westys", same year, same color scheme, 1 full camper and a weekender.
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or use as downpayment on a VWsynchro-camper (4x4).

I originally bought the weekender for parts for my camper, but then it kept running so well after i gave it new cylinder heads, new steering fluid pump, shocks.....
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Vetterdog
Sun Jun 11 2017, 09:02PM

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High Country is coming up and my daughter and I will be making our third trip down for it. We are thinking about coming a few days early in order to check out Asheville since we've heard such good things about it. Wondering if anyone has advice about what to see vs. what we can skip.
Also wondering if any Moonies would consider letting us pop our top in their driveway/yard for a night? (Or recommend a cheap campsite)
We'll probably get into town Saturday the 22nd or Sunday, then head to HCBF Tuesday, if anyone wants to Cara-bus.
I'm even toying with the idea of being in Asheville sooner since Robert Earl
Keen is playing Friday night at Pisgah Brewing Co. (That may be a pipe dream though!)

As always any input is appreciated!
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thefolk
Mon Jun 12 2017, 07:34AM

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There are a lot of free campsites relatively close to Asheville. 30 to 40 minutes from downtown I'd say. Check out this website, it's pretty accurate on location of them. Most of it is roadside camping along a gravel road. There is usually a tent pad, fire ring and lantern post. Most of them you have to park along the road in a small pull out.
https://freecampsites.net/
There is plenty to do around. Hiking, Mt. Biking, waterfalls, kayaking, good food and good beer. What are you looking to do while your in town.
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Vetterdog
Mon Jun 12 2017, 08:11PM

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Awesome campsite info, thank you! Not sure what we'll do once there, definitely would be into seeing a few waterfalls, jump in a creek, do some walking in town and try not to spend too much dough. The brewpub thing might be cool too. (daughter will be 21 this month)

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jason73bus
Tue Jun 13 2017, 10:05PM

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The local paper , Mountain Express is going to have all the brew pubs and music venue listings. You might find some things to do in there, and if it's not too busy, you can combine the swim and waterfall thing at sliding rock. Planning to drive up from Asheville but Im in the process of getting my bus titled and on the road right now so it may be a headache. It's been parked, since the 90s.
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Tue Jun 13 2017, 10:09PM

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Vetterdog
Wed Jun 14 2017, 05:56PM

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Thanks. Do I need to have the "replace your fuel lines" talk with you?

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jason73bus
Wed Jun 14 2017, 08:43PM

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New carbs and fuel line installed. Everything was leaky and loose.
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Vetterdog
Thu Jun 15 2017, 06:37PM

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Nice.
I'll my fingers crossed for ya. You have 6 weeks or so!

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