Mrs. Cosmotini and I had some free time so we rode to our dealer, Bill Thomas Camper, today.
They have a 75th LE Custom Bambi in their showroom and we've been wanting to see one.
The trailer is really impressive.
It looks like they use real wood laminate/plywood and stain it a nice rich color. A little darker than birch but not too dark.
The floor, dinette and counter tops look to be the same material (marmoleum?) with the floor being dark and the dinette and galley counter tops being a nice grey.
The layout is surprising. It felt as large or larger than the 23' Safari we also looked at.
The aluminum trim around the dinette table makes it much more comfortable than what's in our CCD. The edges on the CCD dinette are almost painful. I'd like to find some trim like that to put on ours.
The same trime is used around the galley and roof lockers. It also seems like it would help control any liquid spills since it has a small rise to it.
The couch/bed would be a little too small for us but it's designed very well and the materials and cushions are comfortable.
The only thing I think would have improved the the trailer for this size is use the panorama window.
The stainless steel on the galley cabinets looked good with the wood.
The entrance door has a round galley window.
The wheels are painted black with chrome moon hubcaps. Since it's a 19 footer, it only has one axle.
All in all, we were impressed. I hope Airstream takes the Winick concept and uses it some larger trailers.
The different materials and colors just all work very well together.
Sorry for no pictures. I took my camera, but unfortunately, found out it's broke!