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Old 01-29-2006, 09:19 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by ALANSD
My dream is to get a trailer to tow my old 911 behind the AS...someday I will, after my 2 boys are too old to travel with us.One will be 18 next week, so one to go.....
I inherited a 1074 Corvette (bright Red of course) several years ago from my Son-in-law. He had to sell it because my Daughter wanted to buy a house and instructed him to GET RID OF IT!! He asked me to buy it and keep it in the family so I did.

I have on occassion towed it behind my 345 on a dolly (with front protection of course). I even towed it to my class reunion once. You should see the double takes people do when we cruise through a town. I almost think they hurt their necks. It is a GOOOD Feeling!!

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Old 01-29-2006, 06:34 PM   #16
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Thanks to all for your replies and advice. Maybe this one is gone, but another will come along and I'm better informed as time passes. I still have work to do on my trailer before it can be sold, so there isn't a big hurry.

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Old 01-23-2009, 08:31 AM   #17
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hi you all seem to know a great deal reg 28-34' airstreams. my wile and i are looking to get one to travel in. we are true newbys so all and any help is great. Brad sent pic of a 28' in Phoenix that i will call on but there arer lots of good looking ones as well on Fred's site. Jeanne will retire from sp ed teaching in May and I retired in Jan.08 after 40years of Sp education work from
wisconsin then texas to Az where we are now. 125 in the sum is too warm and little or no green grass. anyway $ is a little tightas we will have only my soc sec anda small teacher pension yes even after all those years in ed it just isn't that easy to save,but both kids are set and grandkids love birthdays and christmas. teacher talk too much even retired ones so thanks for the info on you site.
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Old 01-23-2009, 09:19 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by tim tierney View Post
28-34' airstreams. my wile and i are looking to get one to travel in.
If you're going to just travel from your homebase, a 28' would be perfect, although the rear bath arrangement leaves something to be desired. If you could find a diesel, so much the better; they get 15 mpg.

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