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Old 02-19-2016, 08:53 PM   #1
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Airstream Classic Motorhome parts for sale

I suspect I'm not the only person on the forum with extra parts in the garage. I know, you don't want to chuck them because they are perfectly good parts, but let's be honest, you're never going to use them so it time to send them to a good home.
In my case, I'm happy to take PayPal, but it's up to you how to handle transactions.
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Old 02-19-2016, 08:54 PM   #2
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Ok, here are some parts, make me an offer!

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Old 02-19-2016, 08:56 PM   #3
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Nice air bag compressor:

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Old 02-19-2016, 08:59 PM   #4
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Hey, a display from an early 90's Land Yacht...could work for Classics as well?

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Old 02-19-2016, 09:03 PM   #5
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How about one of those rear heaters in great shape?

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Old 02-20-2016, 11:50 AM   #6
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Hi, I need the display for my 89 5th wheel land yacht. Send private message with price or email jwmyrick@gmail.com
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I sure could use a driver side windshield?
Front or rear bumper?
Is the heater from a classic? Not sure what mine even looks like.
What else ya got for a classic, I have a 1985 345!
If the heater will work for my application how about $120 for it and the compressor?
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I sure could use a driver side windshield?
Front or rear bumper?
Is the heater from a classic? Not sure what mine even looks like.
What else ya got for a classic, I have a 1985 345!
If the heater will work for my application how about $120 for it and the compressor?
I have a drivers windshield that was pulled because it is fogging around the lower edge, you are welcome to it but I have no idea how to ship it, or even if it is worth the cost of doing so (it will have to be crated first).

By the end of next month I will also have my complete 28ft Argosy donor to get rid of. Apart from the windows, dash (I have already promised that to Joseph) and some trim, that is pretty much complete (including bumpers) I am just not in a position to part it out. If someone wants to get it hauled away they are welcome to it!
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Martin, to bad it would be to expensive to ship to Kentucky, I've got plenty of room to park it
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Martin, to bad it would be to expensive to ship to Kentucky, I've got plenty of room to park it
I think you have enough on your plate already Brad!!!!!
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I think you have enough on your plate already Brad!!!!!
I wasn't thinking of working on it! But it would be a great resource for parts. Kinda sad to see it go to a salvage yard as it would most likely just get crushed.

Depending on how/where you dispose of it I might be interested in talking to the place that gets it as I would be interested in the front knuckles and rotors/hubs. That chassis would have the more heavy duty front knuckles which would be nice to have sitting on the shelf.
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By chance, does anyone have the front "Airstream" die-cast logo that goes on the front of a 345?
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I have a drivers windshield that was pulled because it is fogging around the lower edge, you are welcome to it but I have no idea how to ship it, or even if it is worth the cost of doing so (it will have to be crated first).

By the end of next month I will also have my complete 28ft Argosy donor to get rid of. Apart from the windows, dash (I have already promised that to Joseph) and some trim, that is pretty much complete (including bumpers) I am just not in a position to part it out. If someone wants to get it hauled away they are welcome to it!
I'm in need of a left rear bumperette and a few interior parts if there similar to my 80 28' Airstream Class A.
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