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Old 08-25-2006, 12:10 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Holiday Airstream Cards by MOMA Design Store

http://www.momastore.org/webapp/wcs/...=null&src=null

Thought you'd all be interested. I got a MOMA catalog in the mail today and when I was thumbing through I came across these great looking holiday cards. They are $15.95 if you aren't a member and $14.35 if you are. you get 8 cards and envelopes in a set.

you can order by phone too at 800-447-6662

You can also order these in the corporate section if you plan to by them in the hundreds.
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Old 08-25-2006, 12:13 PM   #2
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Just got my catalog the other day too - I love those cards. Problem is, I would be inclined to keep all of them and not send them out...
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holiday cards

I know.. I'm thinking to myself. What 8 people I know really deserve this card... everybody else gets one from the cheapy 24 pack.
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more airstream cards

So im googling holiday xmas cards trying to find others. I came across these.

Which Airstream is this? Anybody know?

http://www.flamingomango.com/catalog...stationary.htm

I don't know much about the 80s ones but That's my guess. maybe a 31' excella?
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oh and these...

http://www.vintagetrailersupply.com/...ctCode=VTS-262

I still like the MOMA ones the best.
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So im googling holiday xmas cards trying to find others. I came across these.

Which Airstream is this? Anybody know?

http://www.flamingomango.com/catalog...stationary.htm

I don't know much about the 80s ones but That's my guess. maybe a 31' excella?
I don't think it's a real model but an interpretation of a combination of a '70's era (based on the front window) and an Excella (maybe other) based on the stripe. However, it is obviously flipped for composition and the door is too close to the tongue end of the trailer.
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wow

Good eye!!
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I bought Christmas cards last year from Darline Grubbs. She was one of the artists featured in the Spring 06 Airstream Life. I was very happy with the cards. Her work can be seen at http://darsartworks.com/
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