FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
November 2008
Private Coach Conversions Print Email
Luxury custom-converted private coaches provide an unparalleled driving — and living — experience. Outfitted with the most upscale, exotic, and innovative features imaginable, these mobile mansions enable travelers to hit the road in first-class comfort.
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High-Volume Power Roof Vents Print Email

By Bill Hendrix, F761S
November 2008

High-powered roof vents can remove stale air, food odors, and that stuffy feeling without running the air conditioner. Here's a chart that compares the features of vent fans currently on the market.  

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On The Birding Trail Print Email
Birds are fascinating creatures. Some, as tiny as teacups, have the strength and stamina to fly 7,500 miles between Argentina and the Arctic in the spring, then reverse the route in the fall. They are colorful, songful, and comical.
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Winnebago Industries: The First 50 Years Print Email
One of the true giants in the RV industry, Winnebago Industries, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Throughout these five decades, the company has worked to establish itself as a leading motorhome manufacturer and has set the standard by which other RV companies are measured.
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Krystal Enterprises Rolls Into The Motorhome Market Print Email
Krystal Enterprises, a privately held vehicle manufacturer located in Brea, California, has entered the luxury motorhome market with a new line of Type B and Type C coaches. However, this company is far from being a new kid on the block.
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El Paso — The Sun City Print Email
Throughout its colorful history, El Paso has progressed from a small adobe village of just a few hundred to a Western boomtown to the sixth-largest city in Texas. Today El Paso is still colorful, with modern-day nicknames such as "Sun City" and "Star of the Southwest."
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The Amazing Palm Springs Air Museum Print Email
The Palm Springs Air Museum could be more broadly defined as a World War II museum. In addition to its impressive variety of planes, most of which saw combat during the war, the museum bulges with many other facets of the conflict that rocked the world from 1939 to 1945.
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Visit To FMCA’s Birthplace — Finally! Print Email
While planning the events for FMCA's 80th International Convention, held in St. Paul, Minnesota, this past July, the subject came up of celebrating FMCA’s 45th anniversary — July 20, 2008. We decided we would serve anniversary cake to attendees on the last day of the convention.
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Recruitment Reward And Mail Forwarding Changes Print Email
I would like to bring two items to your attention this month. The first item deals with the merchandise coupons FMCA awards members for recruiting new members, and the other relates to the FMCA Mail Forwarding Service.
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Tech Talk: November 2008 Print Email
Wet Walls

I have a 2006 Damon Intruder that was built in 2005 and purchased in April 2007. When the temperature falls below 40 degrees and the humidity is higher than 50 percent, all the walls in the motorhome get really wet. This includes the closets ...

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