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Old 03-22-2011, 12:31 AM   #1
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Any Dexter fans see the Airstream

Well I'm not sure if was an Airstream, but it looked like it. For those of you who don't know what Dexter I'm referring to, it's the Dexter on Showtime. He is a serial killer that kills other serial killers. A little gruesome at time, but very clever and funny. Anyway in Season 1, episode 5, he does his thing in what looks like to be an AS. The studio might have tried to disguise it, as not to upset the AS community, but it looks like one to me. I know some have seen and there are people here who can identify it in a heart beat. Just curious if anyone can identify it. If you have Netflix, you can find the episode very easily. I tried a search here but couldn't find anything.
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OK, I went back and looked at it again and it is an Airstream. It's about 45 minutes into the episode. Early vintage, but it looks like it's missing windows or they were covered up to make it look different. However, in the footage, you can clearly see the letters Airstream on the back.
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And, its a double door.
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I read the title of this post and thought "I don't know if I'm a Dexter fan or not but I installed one on my trailer."

Hmm.... different Dexter, I think.
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I read the title of this post and thought "I don't know if I'm a Dexter fan or not but I installed one on my trailer."

Hmm.... different Dexter, I think.
That's why my search here turned up pretty much axles and brakes.
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