Carlo,as money-hungry as Airstream is about sueing for using anything A/S, I would be careful about using any kind of drawings for models.They have sued a number of places regarding their logos and likenesses.
I suspect this activity is pointed toward folks who commercially make bits and pieces which are trademarked without a license. Companies have a right to protect their trademarked likenesses from profit making companies. I seriously doubt they would ever hassle a single-off done by a hobbyist.
I know my company didn't really pay attention to this activity until about 10 years ago...especially internationally...and did enforce licenses to hundreds of scale model companies globally. Licenses are worth millions, if you have a product(s) which are reproduced....like an iconic Airstream. It's part of something called "brand equity".
"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy." - Red Green
Brad, special thanks for the pictures, appreciate.
Now i will try and see if i can make a model based on these, books and internet. Obviously, my skill is the weak link of the chain......
I like your teardrop trailer, it's always a pleasure to meet people with same interests.
Have a nice day.
Good day to everybody
I live in Italy and i am very interested in Airstream trailers. Regretfully for many reasons it is rather difficult to have one in my country (would you imagine a 30ft twin axle towed by a Fiat 500 ? )