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Old 02-01-2014, 02:58 AM   #1
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Watched the Ron Howard movie "Rush" last night and a Airstream motorhome was spotted quite a few times, the only problem is, the film is set in 1975/76, the Airstream in question looked to me like a 345, as it had a tag axle !
I didn't think A/S had started MH production in 75 ?

c'mon Ron get your facts right, or please correct me if i am wrong

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Production of motorhomes started about 1974.
Ron is a smart guy, but in this case he probably doesn't know an Argosy from an artichoke.
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I don't get it ?
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Let's give Ron credit for recognizing the coolest rv ever made. What else could he have used that would have looked half as cool?
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Let's give Ron credit for recognizing the coolest rv ever made. What else could he have used that would have looked half as cool?
Can't argue with that fact !
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