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Old 01-21-2018, 03:38 PM   #1
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Super Show Interview With Justin Humphries

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Andy Pargh and I've spent a lifetime working under the name The Gadget Guru.

I'm fairly new to the RV world, but I currently own two busses. A 2014 Marathon Prevost and a 1957 Flxible Starliner. While I've never owned an Airstream product, I've been impressed with the models that I've had the opportunity to see up close and personal.

I attended the industry day at the Super Show and had the opportunity to speak with Justin Humphries of Airstream. Please note, I'm an old school Journalist and no payment whatsoever was provided for this interview. It was purely an impromptu conversation and the topics were not discussed in advance.




https://youtu.be/vdN9ms-gscs
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Andy, I really enjoyed your video. You have a nice, easy style. I learned some very interesting things about Airstream due to your questions. Thank you so much for posting!

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Great video Andy - enjoyed hearing about the stepped up 5 Rivet program.
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Andy, I really enjoyed your video. You have a nice, easy style. I learned some very interesting things about Airstream due to your questions. Thank you so much for posting!

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Thanks! I'm looking from the outside in. The more threads I read here the more questions I have. I hope to have an opportunity to ask more questions in the future. The Airstream touring coaches are intriguing and I'll look forward to taking a test drive in the near future.

My dilemma is whether to take on the project of doing an interior update to the Flx or to to explore replacing it with a Sprinter. It's a dilemma as the Flx is solid as a rock and is a pleasure to drive. The lack of power steering replaced the need to have a gym membership!
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