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Old 01-11-2003, 06:04 AM   #1
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"Now Let's See You"?

hi the community;

Our Airstream owners community is very great , instructive in advices , adresses, experiences... to share so what a great frustation not really know what 's the apparence, the face of your correspondant , hidden behind a code or a surname; mine is Brunoffrance ( Bruno From FRANCE ... ).
I'm sure I'ld not meet you on roads, because I live and I'm from FRANCE, so you, even you are American, you're in the same situation as me... Put your face picture in this forum.
I really 'd like to put a face on your forum replies; it's more fun to know your correspondant instead of a code name or a number;
i began the face profil by mine; see the picture...
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Old 01-11-2003, 07:19 AM   #2
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Try these threads

http://www.airforums.com/forum...&threadid=2715

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Old 01-12-2003, 02:44 AM   #3
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Well noted and seen the threads , thank you, 74argosy24MH, so not many owners' face pictures;
My goal was and is to know how you are, how is your face, not to know your " curriculum Vitae ";
You certainly know what I mean .

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This will keep the mice out of a trailer!

This is me standing by some prehistoric rock art in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
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Old 01-12-2003, 10:38 AM   #5
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Hi Bruno:

I can't figure out how to put a picture in here.

I'll be in France the last week of April. We will be touring the Normandy Beaches.

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Hi all:

Tried the "browse" but the pic was too big. But we do have a pic of us on our Yahoo profile pic. Yahoo name is dellpent2000
Im gonna have to learn how to make our pc pics smaller.
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Old 01-18-2003, 02:42 AM   #7
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No success

No great success with this thread ...
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Old 01-18-2003, 07:35 AM   #8
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Wink Heck they all look the same any way

Hey Bruno!
I suppose that if we had faces as nice as your family we would be more apt to show them.

What I want to see more of is those yellow chairs in the picture you posted above.Any chance you could snap a couple of views of them?
that is of course if they are nearby.

Did the folks that promised to send you the license plates from over here ever do so? And what's on your jukebox? 10 favorites say.

By the way for Christmas someone gave me a device called a "Lampe Berger". It is a flameless alcohol lamp with a catalytic ring at the top of the wick. It consumes a scented alcohol (many choices available). Pretty effective device for scenting the house. Decorative pottery base holds probaly 8 ounces of fuel.
Pretty pricey over here, minimum of about $50.00. Made in Paris (France I presume). Are these common in France and if so what would the price range be? I had never seen such over here before.
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Bruno,

Don't take it too hard, I think there was a thread started already which had pics of forum members on it.

Keep up with your posts, it is great to have you on board!!

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Here is Hans at the Venice marathon 2002

Hi Bruno, here I am - at my last marathon in October 2002 in Venice, Italy. A little bit tired at the end of a 42,2 kilometer trip ... but
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To Hex

Hi Hex;

Thank you for the compliment about my falilly, so the goal is not to expose them but to show what is the look of an European Airstream owner, a bit crazy to import himself this jewel in FRANCE.

No news about the promised licenses plates.

The juke box is an 1958 AMI I200 and I try to play records from this date or 60's oldies; My favorites are Ray Charles, Elvis, Franck Sinatra, Chuck berry... and some '70 as Donovan, Linda Ronstad, Mungo Jerry ....

Your Chrismas present " Lampe BERGER " is really the "must " and the best system to perfume your house; They are from FRANCE and cost a lot (first price $80 and up ); They are made since a long time and their reputation are great as they are collectible.
the alcool refill is expensive too; See mine in picture ( at less 50 years old , and come from my grand mother ) and made in " emaux de longwy "; great value...
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I like your stuff!

Bruno,
Do you make your own furnature? I'm refering to the crankshaft t.v. holder. Just a great idea. I also like the pink fridge and colors of the dining set - very "50's diner"! How are you going to dress up the Airstream - any ideas?
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Old 01-19-2003, 01:49 AM   #14
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Hi marc;
Yes , the crankshaft is my idea when I saw it in a garage. it comes from an industrial vacuum cleaner engine an all parts are from there. Just screww a solid plate on the rolling and the TV can be rotated. So the weight is heavy...

I' m a bit fond of American '50, 60 furniture diner; Mine come from ... USA. The European dealer has his web site; have a look on it , it's great and well made

http://www.jolina.com

I am restauring my Airstream as soon as i 've free time; Now it's the floor with "acajou " stratified wood ; I ve decided to put it in breadthwise instead of lengthwise.
Then interior 'll be in African safari style; My wife has found giraffe skin material to cover sofa, make curtains...

I'll post pictures when it'll be ready, so i've to finish the floor...
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