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Old 12-08-2004, 11:34 AM   #1
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Can someone please tell me what CCD stands for. I keep seeing it used for the newer AS and I don't know what it means. Is there a place on the forum for the computer uninformed to tell us what all these initials are. I finally got the AS, and SOB, but some of the others are beyond me.
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Can someone please tell me what CCD stands for. I keep seeing it used for the newer AS and I don't know what it means. Is there a place on the forum for the computer uninformed to tell us what all these initials are. I finally got the AS, and SOB, but some of the others are beyond me.
Christopher C. Deam (I think that's the spelling of his last name).

At any rate he designed the "CCD" trailers that have that "Euro" look inside with the interior walls looking like the outside. You can see pics of one here:

http://www.airstream.com/product_lin...ccd22_int.html
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Thank you so much. Those are great looking; however, there is nothing to match the classics.




QUOTE=Silvertwinkie]Christopher C. Deam (I think that's the spelling of his last name).

At any rate he designed the "CCD" trailers that have that "Euro" look inside with the interior walls looking like the outside. You can see pics of one here:

http://www.airstream.com/product_lin...ccd22_int.html[/QUOTE]
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