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Old 01-25-2005, 09:25 AM   #15
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Since purching our MO in September we have taken several smaller trips not including the ride back from New Hampshire where we bought our beloved "Chummy." Next week we set out for Florida. Winter camping has been a blast with Chummy but now we need to warm up.
I read the Forum with interest almost daily learning more about my coach each time. I wish there was a way to condense all the posts into a single manual for new Classic owners. Our unit of WBCCI has only one other MO owner which slims down that avenue of learning. The VAC seems to shun MOs of any vintage closing yet another door. Maybe we should form a "CAC" Classic Airstream Club devoted just to us who love and need to keep running our classics.
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Old 01-25-2005, 11:55 AM   #16
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Your in the top running for forums members for sure. I think Curt and Mandy have you beat on both miles and days.
http://www.airforums.com/forum...php?userid=895

They spent the better part of a year in their 310 as their honeymoon.
Here is their web site and it includes the map of the route they traveled.
http://www.curtandmandy.com/

I was fortunate to get to meet them when they came through Georgia and stopped at a Forum gathering here. Great couple.
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Old 01-26-2005, 12:39 PM   #17
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The idea of consolidating a lot of this info into an Acrobat reader or some other type file has been mentioned before, but it seems to be a huge task for someone, and as much of the really good information is buried in the threads it may not be one that anyone can or will accomplish soon.
At least we have the abiltiy to search and find what we need to here.
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Old 01-26-2005, 09:11 PM   #18
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Since purching our MO in September we have taken several smaller trips not including the ride back from New Hampshire where we bought our beloved "Chummy." Next week we set out for Florida. Winter camping has been a blast with Chummy but now we need to warm up.
I read the Forum with interest almost daily learning more about my coach each time. I wish there was a way to condense all the posts into a single manual for new Classic owners. Our unit of WBCCI has only one other MO owner which slims down that avenue of learning. The VAC seems to shun MOs of any vintage closing yet another door. Maybe we should form a "CAC" Classic Airstream Club devoted just to us who love and need to keep running our classics.
Already is a "Classics Club". I think headquarters could give you info.
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