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Old 09-09-2007, 07:14 PM   #15
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post script-when things like finding the 1972 burb and the 1964 safari happen i realize just how nuts i am about the whole airstream trip.others get off on it too.my wife tells guys at work and is confounded by their interest in these relics.it amuses me how some see it all so clearly and others not.what a trip.
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:10 PM   #16
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I went through the 70's furnace thing a couple months ago. Against a lot of advice that it was not worth fixing I was not quite willing to give up on it. The bottom line is it's not worth fixing, even if you can find someone who will work on which I was not able to. Do a search there's a lot of good stuff in the forums.

The catalytics need a window crack open so you don't croak yourself.

One option that looked neat was a propane marine fireplace from Dickerson Marine but I couldn't find one.
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:46 PM   #17
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pardon my vaneness for brag i must. recently aquired a 1972 3/4 ton suburban to finely match the 1964 safari.pleased is simply not the word.when i look at the combo i just cant beleive it.the 72 was for sale for quite a while but no one was interested except myself.well preserved in florida with the usually related old vehicle malodies but minor and totally tolerable and restorable.fine running condition 350 w/ barn doors. dubed blue benny.royal blue w/ white top.
My 72 Burb had the 402 w/ tailgate/liftgate, front and rear A/C, three bench seats with Avocado Highlander cloth, auxilliary mid-seat heater, white top spruce green middle and white rockers

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