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Mike Shumack

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Re: History of the Beaver Brand?
« Reply #45 on: December 23, 2019, 01:40:36 PM »
As you may know, I created a "Beaver History" document with the help and feedback from the Beaver owner/experts here.

It's titled "BEAVER CHASSIS TYPES, INFO, MANUALS, & HISTORY".

It is located in the Coach Assist section. https://beaveramb.org/coach-assist-members-only-new/

It's a continuous process (as I learn something new or receive feedback) I go back and revise-update the document. The last update was Dec 5th 2019.

I hope you find it interesting and useful.

- Mike S
- Mike

'05 Beaver Patriot Thunder 525, Vicksburg, CAT C13, Allison 4000MH, HydraLift
Orlando, FL
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Mandy Canales

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Re: History of the Beaver Brand?
« Reply #46 on: December 24, 2019, 12:16:56 AM »
After looking at all the information listed in the manual section of the early Beaver models I didn't see anything for viewing for my 1990 Beaver Marquis 40 ft. Florentine edition.  I have the the owner's manual, electrical diagrams, transmission, and general service manuals for that coach.  I'd gladly share the information.  Great job of putting all of this together.
Ty Kelly has in his possession an interview video taken with Frank Storch and Jim Hogue taken at BCS.
Also, there is a presentation I did, filmed by Bill Sprague, at rally at Seven Feathers RV Park some years ago.
Mandy Canales
90 Beaver Marquis 40'
Cat 3208
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Apple Valley, CA