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Re: Amigo Motorhomes by Pat
Post New Message Well lucky me i also own a 1972 Amigo and love it, mine is on a chevy chassis with a 350 engine and a turbo 400 tranny. it is truely the most well built motorhome aroundi pull an 18 foot dar hauler with 2 small cycles and a geo metro on it and have little trouble till i find some big hills.
as to the gentleman that kinked the shift cable, i an guess ing that you have a chrysler chassis and you should be able to find it in the chrysler house if you can find a parts man that knows anything.happy trails
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