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Old 12-30-2003, 05:29 PM   #1
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lookin for 1963 22' safari floorplan/model

if anyone has a floorplan or model for a 1963 safari 22' i would be very greatful....im teaching a architecture class at a college and im having the redesign an AS....

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Old 12-30-2003, 09:01 PM   #2
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Hello Rich,

Sorry, I do not have a 1963 22' Safari floorplan.

I do have a 1969 25' Tradewind floorplan, along with elevations, sections, roof plan, and even a 3D model - all in AutoCAD 2004 format. You can see images extracted from the CAD files in my airstreamphotos.com gallery at: http://www.airstreamphotos.com/photo...hp?ppuser=1032

I figured you may desire to modify my AutoCAD-based plans, to suit your needs... or have an unlucky Teaching Assistant modify them.

BTW: I also browsed your website. Very nice, and congratulations on being newlywed.

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Old 01-01-2004, 11:01 PM   #3
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thanks

if i could have the pleaure getting that acad file.....i would love to use it as a refrence.....

your not as bad as i have heard about from u-of-a.....hehehe

btw....your web link is down

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Old 01-02-2004, 10:53 AM   #4
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not exactly, but can you use . . .

i have some nice cutaway illustrations of all of the 1966 fleet. they are in pdf format . . . here is a low res. version of the safaris.
--you can email me at
timpott@sbcglobal.net.
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Old 01-02-2004, 01:13 PM   #5
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'63 Safari Floorplans

Rich:

There were two Safari floorplans for 1963: a twin, and a double. You can find floorplans for each in the publication "1963 Airstream Story." You can view it online at the VAC site:

http://www.airstream.net/members/documents/catalogs

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I do have a 1969 25' Tradewind floorplan, along with elevations, sections, roof plan, and even a 3D model - all in AutoCAD 2004 format.
I have a '69 ambassador 29' that I am in the process of restoring. If you still have the Autocad files for your 25', I'm wanting to try some different layouts for the interior. I'm working with AC 2000, any help would be greatly Appreciated.


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Old 06-29-2004, 10:39 AM   #7
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Love the floorplans.....

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Hello Rich,

Sorry, I do not have a 1963 22' Safari floorplan.

I do have a 1969 25' Tradewind floorplan, along with elevations, sections, roof plan, and even a 3D model - all in AutoCAD 2004 format. You can see images extracted from the CAD files in my airstreamphotos.com gallery at: http://www.airstreamphotos.com/photo...hp?ppuser=1032

I figured you may desire to modify my AutoCAD-based plans, to suit your needs... or have an unlucky Teaching Assistant modify them.

BTW: I also browsed your website. Very nice, and congratulations on being newlywed.

Christopher
(UofA Architecture Alumnus... noticed you are a Sundevil)
Hello! I'm writing from the UK. Have just purchased a 1960 Overlander twin and was very keen to take inspiration from your fantastic floorplan designs. Can you give me any more detailed sizes I could work from, and more specifically, tell me what you plan to do with the shower/toilet section. Look forward to hearing from you. Great great designs! Very exciting.
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What is it with Architects? My husband is one..... Wants to talk to you about the bathroom, primarily "the pan" it looks like you avoided covering the back window too. We thought about modifying our 22 minuet argosy with the 22ccd bathroom unit but the curve on the pan was the problem. did it work? and did you special order or modify? Nice to see UofA pop up, I did my grad in Music there.....great weather!
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