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Old 05-03-2004, 09:19 PM   #1
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Found this 1990 250 Classic in San Fran.

So when I saw it, I just had to go park mine right next to it. The folks were great. Bob and Barb. That's why their plate says BUS4BNB. We visited for about a half hour. They were on their way back to Monterey and I was going back to Santa Rosa. Just two "ships" crossing by the bay! I loved it. Get a load of his rig. It was way cool.
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Old 05-03-2004, 09:22 PM   #2
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We were parked in the San Francisco Marina lot. I must say, it felt so much nicer than owning one of those homes there a liitle further back from where we were. We can move ours at will too .
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Old 05-04-2004, 07:45 AM   #3
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Thumbs up Talk about turning heads!

Yours would probably attract quite a bit off attention -

With the two of you parked like that, if another Aluminatic, like me, drove by it could have been a traffic hazzard! What a couple of beauties!

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Old 05-04-2004, 10:32 AM   #4
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Thanks for the photos!
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Ya Learn somethin' new everyday! That's really neat! Did you get to tour the inside?
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Old 05-04-2004, 07:28 PM   #6
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We had some 250 photos posted here some time back when one was for sale...not sure of the thread name, but might also be on Airstreamphotos...interior also.Cool motorhome for sure.
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Yes, they invited me in and I saw a rear double bed on the passenger side. The bath was on the driver side next to the bed, but enclosed so I couldn't see if it had a shower and sink...probably just a potty. (I'm not sure, but it was that small.) It had a driver's side dinette up front and of course the sleeper sofa on the left. The kitchen was a little small, but hey, they like it that way. I really liked the cockpit. It had all kinds of gadgets. The only drawback that I could see was that it had the heavy wood storage compartments, and they did say that the doors often opened up and they've hit their noggins on them sometimes. I invited them into mine and all I can say is that i think they would have traded right then and there. Barb was really impressed, and she just loved the tambours. Like I hear everyone say when they come inside...it looks like an airplane.
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