Welcome All to my Airstream blog. I have two Airstreams. One is a 75 Sovereign that we use. and the other is a 60 Overlander that we have just stared a full restoration project on. The 75 was my fathers and we have had it for about 3 years. It is a work in progress to get just the way we want it, then are they all.The 60 was my grandfathers then it went to my father and then to my sister when he bought the 75. It was then sold and just sat. We found the people that had it and were able to get it back in the family.
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No elephant ears for me.

Posted 09-26-2008 at 01:34 PM by garthbf

I have been working on a project to fix the rear end of my 75 Sovereign. The tank valves were leaking and the frames that hold up the holding tanks were rotten. Also there was the "normal" rear end seperation that occurs after many years. Here is a link to the thread that has lots of photos and steps in the process that we did to fix this. Also the rear end reattachment fix was done without the elephant ears fix that has been explained many time on this forum and is considered to not be...
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