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Posted: 08/11/20 09:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Not my cup of tea but I appreciate the work put into this. Really not my cup of tea for 30 grand!


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They should have focused the attention on the interior. The polish job was mediocre at best. Having dealt with stainless and aluminum fuel tankers for years it takes a real professional to get that polished right. And it is NOT cheap.


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fx2tom wrote:

They should have focused the attention on the interior.

That's what I was thinking until the inside photos started showing up.

I am not an expert on these trailers, but something looks wrong to me. Some dull exterior panels, some polished. The interior looks too good to be true.


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Posted: 08/11/20 03:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

"1958" and "pre-owned" might be a little redundant...


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What a beauty! TY for posting.


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Never been a fan of Airstream from a practicality standpoint.....whole bunch of weight, minimal floorplan and raping of the wallet.

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