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Old 09-06-2006, 03:27 PM   #1
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And there she goes

Today The new owner of my overlander came to pick it up.
He came with his 3.9 liter Range Rover and still insisted that it was a easy tow for this verry strong and heavy car.
Of course without WD hitch or any sway controll.
Well there wasn't a news item about a crased airstream on the highway so I think he came home with it.
It looked strange to see someone els drive of with my airstream.
I micht need therapy for the next 6 weeks that I'm without a airstream.
Remco
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Old 09-06-2006, 04:05 PM   #2
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Remco,

don´t worry your new Airstream will be a blast!! She is such a beauty... Did the new owner of your old trailer have a brakecontroller and a US Hitchball?? If you can´t live without Airstream you can come and sit infront of ours Although he still under restoration, we consider him to be the most beautyful Airstream on this Planet... ( Parents eyes don´t lie...)

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Today The new owner of my overlander came to pick it up.
He came with his 3.9 liter Range Rover and still insisted that it was a easy tow for this verry strong and heavy car.
Of course without WD hitch or any sway controll.
Well there wasn't a news item about a crased airstream on the highway so I think he came home with it.
It looked strange to see someone els drive of with my airstream.
I micht need therapy for the next 6 weeks that I'm without a airstream.
Remco
The Netherlands
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Old 09-06-2006, 04:57 PM   #3
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Remco, its interesting you say how it felt to see someone drive off with your Airstream. The previous owner of my Tradewind told me the same thing. You can't help but have a special spot in the heart for these things! I hope 6 weeks goes quickly and you find the therapy you need.
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Old 09-06-2006, 06:54 PM   #4
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Remco , is that an old Imperial parked in the driveway?
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