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Old 06-07-2006, 06:18 AM   #15
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Old 06-07-2006, 09:53 AM   #16
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Thank you Crafstman, that is exactly what I have been waiting to see! Where is that for sale? Are the specs up too? Now to see the CCD version...
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wheelinterested said, "btw I think one of your links is this one. http://www.colonialairstream.com/newinventory/8088.html"

Yes Carol, my words exactly... Thanks for seeing thru the murk.
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Old 06-07-2006, 03:34 PM   #18
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i love this thread... the 2007 International CCD 25' FB rear door is in stock at the airstream dealer in spokane, washington. i think it just rocks... the only thing i don't like about it, no front panoramic windows. but i realize thats personal pref. i don't see any specs in regards to the size of the black water tank which in my 2005 international CCD is 18 gallons and really to small if u ask me... i WANT one... but what to do with my 2005.... yikes.
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Old 06-07-2006, 06:54 PM   #19
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i emailed the airstream dealer in spokane. they were kind enough to email me the 2007 spec sheet from the factory for the 25' International CCD FB rear door. the black water tank is 39 gallons, the grey is 37 gallons and the fresh water is 39 gallons (plus six in the hot water heater). that is pretty nice!!!
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Old 06-09-2006, 12:07 PM   #20
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Are they sure?

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Are they sure that the black on the 25 is now 39 gal. or did they mean for the new 27 ft.??
I ask because when I met the airstream rep for arizona last year at a local dealers open house, he said that they had put as large of a tank as would fit. So I'm wondering what they might have done different to now fit the larger black in a 25ft.
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Old 06-09-2006, 12:33 PM   #21
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Are they sure that the black on the 25 is now 39 gal. or did they mean for the new 27 ft.??
i have the factory spec sheet for the 2007 25' International CCD FB Queen, read door. the black water holding tank is now 39 gallons. kevbo
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2007 Airstream International CCD 25' FB

For all that are interested in seeing the All New 2007 Airstream International CCD 25' FB, I just photographed one here at Colonial Airstream. Take a look.

http://www.colonialairstream.com/newinventory/8102.html
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Old 06-12-2006, 04:31 PM   #23
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colonial airstream takes the best photo's of any dealer. that unit is to die for. i want one.
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Sure is cool. Notice the light over the door and the Airstream letters that are on our Safari SE are not on the door, wonder if that is a change or just for the CCDs.
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i love this thread... the 2007 International CCD 25' FB rear door is in stock at the airstream dealer in spokane, washington. i think it just rocks... the only thing i don't like about it, no front panoramic windows. but i realize thats personal pref. i don't see any specs in regards to the size of the black water tank which in my 2005 international CCD is 18 gallons and really to small if u ask me... i WANT one... but what to do with my 2005.... yikes.
Kevbo -- We ordered our 25' FB SE with the optional front pano window. The standard rear pano over the dinette is what really rocks! I would agree with some that a front pano is not critical since one spends less time in the front of the trailer, but I'm still happy with our decision. Think of the value for re-sale when this Airstream passes out of our family in 30, 40 or 50 years ... .

Silvertwinkie first documented the higher capacity tanks that began jutting out the bottom of the bellywrap back in about 2004 I believe. Since more of my fresh water ends up in the grey tank I personally doubt the utility of a 39 gallon black tank (though I do have one). A lot of variables would have to converge to need this much -- a water hookup, no sewer hookup, the owner illegally dumping grey water onto the ground, too much rhubarb ... . I'll see -- everybody's patterns change over time. Trailering patterns boy! Trailering patterns!!

At the rate of new FB versions you are going to be mighty torn with models yet to come! Fall in love with one and stay married to it -- it'll cost you oodles and scads less in the long run!!
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i'm just in love with the 2007 international CCD FB Queen. i'm going to have front and rear panoramic windows for sure. my 2005 CCD only has an 18 gallon black water tank, and for me, thats way to small, thats why i was thrilled to see a tank double the size. ur right, i'm going to go broke... my kids are going to hate me... i'm spending all MY money. hahahaha...
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Well Kev, think of it this way, they kids will have less to fight about.

Gotta do what ya gotta do! I know how you feel, I traded my 05 for the 06 front bedroom. Wish all the models had been out together--oh but then how would I ever have decided which they are all winners. Perhaps some of us "over enthusiasts" should get together and form our own dealership with special discounts and coop pricing.
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