After removing the insulation from our RV, we tackle taking out the plumbing, gas, and heating components. Now our Clark Cortez is down to its bare metal bones.
A Clark Cortez motorhome’s Achilles heel is its transmission, which means L and I try to make sure it is in as good of a condition as possible. Find out why the transmission is so fragile here …
L and I have been working on eliminating — or at least reducing — the many squeaks, bumps, rattles, and creaks from our Clark Cortez motorhome. Here, we replace our anti-roll bar (or sway bar) bushings.
The results are in for my 10-day green smoothie cleanse. Is this diet a trending fad or fantastic? You decide.
“When you move to the USA, you’ll likely put on weight.” I read that when I first researching moving to America. Then I slowly gained weight so I decided to do a 10-day green smoothie cleanse.
Since moving to the USA in 2016, my fishing has changed dramatically. Before when I…
Welcome to the first post that will cover my fishing escapades in England!
Should we upgrade to discs and calipers — or should we stick to the original drums and restore them? This is the question L and I proposed to each other prior to getting our 1965 Clark Cortez motorhome’s braking system operational. Here’s what you need to know if you are considering the conversion.