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Old 06-20-2007, 09:37 PM   #57
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Old 06-20-2007, 09:52 PM   #58
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No, but seriously, is this show THIS BAD every week? Why would anybody watch it? What a load of, well you know the rest.
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omg that was awful. (but I had to watch). another beautiful train wreck.
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Old 06-20-2007, 10:15 PM   #60
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No, but seriously, is this show THIS BAD every week? Why would anybody watch it? What a load of, well you know the rest.
I can't speak for every week, because I have only braved it a couple of times but, in a word yes, it is this bad. Much like anything with Pamela Anderson in it, if you like cars, this show is just as enjoyable without the sound. But I did like the trailer, except for the paint on the outside. Ron
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Old 06-20-2007, 10:53 PM   #61
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What a shame to butcher a beautiful AS

She had them gut out the interior and put in a poll in the middle of a round mattress that was custom made. Had the exterior painted white and the inside all redone white. She took out the fireplace and stove. Installed a disco ball. And, a lot of mirrors.

It looks like a mobile cat house !

Although I did like the flat screen TV that was mounted over the front windows.

If any of you night owls are still up at 11m PST they will show it again.

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Old 06-21-2007, 12:58 AM   #62
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Frankly, I have never been a fan of the classic interiors, so I thought that the job they did inside was an improvement aesthetically, though certainly not practical for camping or for children...white shag carpeting, indeed!

The show itself was lame to point of near unwatchability. The only character who was even remotely interesting was the upholsterer, Buju, who from what I could see at TV resolution, did a great job. For that matter, all the craftsmanship seemed top notch (albeit in questionable taste). I sure wish I had a few of those guys to work inside my 1964 Globetrotter for a few days!

The outside, amusingly, painted white, made the trailer look like something very unlikely: a 2000 Argosy!
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Old 06-21-2007, 06:05 AM   #63
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I've never seen that show before and never will again. They ruined that Airstream, but I was so disinterested in what they were doing that I actually fell asleep and never saw the finished product. Somehow I don't think I missed anything.
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Old 06-21-2007, 06:29 PM   #64
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I've never seen that show before and never will again. They ruined that Airstream, but I was so disinterested in what they were doing that I actually fell asleep and never saw the finished product. Somehow I don't think I missed anything.
You only missed Pamela trying out the bed and stripper pole.
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Old 06-21-2007, 09:12 PM   #65
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Actress and tabloid topic, Pamela Anderson, has big plans for her Airstream trailer. Anderson has hired a high-speed specialty conversion shop to take her humble aluminum house on wheels to something--well--a little less conventional. Can you say, "vibrating bed"?

In a news release, specialty converter Will Castro of Specialty Autosports says, "This thing will be off the chain. Pam gave us a lot of wild ideas to get started with and she's going to have a lot of fun showing off her new toy." To be featured during the third season of Speed TV’s Unique Whips, premiering Feb. 21, Pamela Anderson has asked that her personal Airstream trailer be tricked out with, among other things (one of which I am not at liberty to share, though I really, truly wish I could), a mirrored ceiling, white shag (how apropos) ! important carpeting and a round vibrating bed. [Gasp] It’s round? "This thing will be off the chain," customization king Will Castro, of Long Island’s Unique Autosports, previews. "Pam gave us a lot of wild ideas, and she’s going to have a lot of fun showing off her new toy."If you're a subscriber to the SPEED television network, you can watch the conversion take place on show, Unique Whips,

see even Celebs know a good trailer when they see one... AIRSTREAMS are the best !!
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Old 06-21-2007, 10:27 PM   #67
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I caught that show while channel surfing last night. Never saw it before, probably won't again, but I couldn't turn the channel after I saw a glimpse of an Airstream. I've seen worse done too, and you've got to admit she made it her own.

After all those mods, do you think her running gear will still be balanced?
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Running gear?! Is that what you call those? Hmmmmmm

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I miissed the whole thing, anyone get pics?
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I taped it.
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