1970 WANDERLODGE PROTOTYPE~1 OF 9~ONLY 7 EXIST~ONLY FRONT ENTRY MODEL PRODUCED
I Accidently Stumbled Upon This Awesome Bird, Abandoned, While Rubber Necking At A Burned Out House Near Springfield, Tennessee...

Here's The URL To An Album Of It As I Found It. I'd Already Rescued It & Had It Towed To A Friends Business In Springfield.


https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ftht8m4-MuzGgVk4R1pleWtQbkl1RSQM


Here's The URL To An Album Of It Arriving At My Place In Brentwood.

(I Also Love Wreckers. Crikey! She’s A Real Beauty, OMG.)


https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ftht8m4-MuzGgitYdnd6YWxpTFl6YyQM


This Started A Long Battle With The Home Owners ASSociation & City Codes, A Battle That I Eventually Lost...

The Codes Guy & I, Knew Each Other By Name.

The Previous Owner Apparently Had The Timing On The 534 Gasser 180° Off. If It Ran, The Codes Guy Couldn't Touch Me...

In My Many Attempts To Start It, Before The Communist Codes Guy Got There, It Had Backfired Several Times, One Time Sounding Like A Large Howitzer Going Off.

The HAG Across The Street Was Apparently Awakened By Her House/Windows Shaking During The Shelling. (It Was Mid Day.)

I Bit My Tongue When She Screamed: "Knock It Off Over There!", At The Top Of Her Lungs.

A Few Minutes Later, I Saw An Unsuspecting Concrete Truck Drive By & Five-0 Lit Him Up As He Drove By The House.

I Had Spent Many, Many, Hours Restoring This Awesome Bird & Photos Can Be Seen At The URL Below.


https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ftht8m4-MuzGgntsbzRydUwhd2N4NCQM


I Found Another Wanderlodge Owner Who Rescued It For Me & It Was Sent To Carpenters Bus Sales, To Appease The Natives.
After The Rescue

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