I found a post on the Wanderlodge Owners Group website which stated that a Bluebird was free for the taking, but it needed tires and brakes. This is not a trivial need, 6 new tires cost about $2500 and the cost of the brakes can also be significant, depending on exactly what is wrong.
I considered for a few days, during the busy holiday times and decided to give the provided number a call to see if the coach was still available. It was available and I asked the owner to send me some pictures, which they did:
In speaking with the owner, he said the rig had been sitting 10 years, which is never a good thing for any vehicle. I was intrigued by the overall condition of the body, that all the glass and trim appeared to be intact and the fact that this was a Bluebird.
The significant thing about a Bluebird relative to most other motorhomes is that the Bluebird has an all
The next post will continue with my trip to see the coach for the first time.