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Old 04-23-2011, 01:01 PM   #295
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Old 04-23-2011, 01:02 PM   #296
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Are you talking about the one in the classifieds. with the AS toy hauler.
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Are you talking about the one in the classifieds. with the AS toy hauler.
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That is a dream of mine. I bought a silver trailer to pull my Harley in but dream of one day either putting the Airstream skins on a heavy duty frame or beefing up a gutted Airstream trailer and putting a wide door in the back for loading motorcycles. That would be too cool!
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That's exactly what I want to do! Dream on...
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There is also one on Overlander and Sea's thread. Pic of and Argosy mh pulling an Argosy tt.
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Oooooooooooohh...........
Now that is SWEET!
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Old 04-23-2011, 01:17 PM   #301
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Oh... Oh... Oh...

NOW I'm jealous!!!

Here's my "Baby". She's got just over 300,000 miles on her, and still ticking like a Singer. I've had her for 6 years now. She's the 115Th Audi V8 ever built (VIN# #######000115), and she has a few "interesting" differences from the one I had before (that I totaled), which was #5223 built. She is "Indigo Blue", with original grey leather interior - but I had all the top-edge stuff replaced with black from a donor car - the dash, steering wheel and column, window sills, and "hat-shelf" (the flat part in the rear window - what is that referred to in this country? Octane - you know what I'm saying, right?).

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Oooooooooooohh...........
Now that is SWEET!
Is there more pics?
Yes - several.
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Oooooooooooohh...........
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Go into the classifieds under "Classic AS motor homes".
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Oooooooooooohh...........
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Is there more pics?
That's a small version'ish of what I had in mind when I first got on here - with the 345 towing a 31' - 34' AS trailer, modified to conceal my Jeep inside - but I was going to do barn-doors on the rear instead of the hatch-style.

Kind of cool to see what it might have looked like.
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That is a dream of mine. I bought a silver trailer to pull my Harley in but dream of one day either putting the Airstream skins on a heavy duty frame or beefing up a gutted Airstream trailer and putting a wide door in the back for loading motorcycles. That would be too cool!
So - maybe there's a market for AS TT Toy-Hauler conversions here...
If enough people are interested, I'll start building!

Who wants one?
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There is also one on Overlander and Sea's thread. Pic of and Argosy mh pulling an Argosy tt.
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I'm trying . Best I can do now is it is under tow vehicles.Name of thread :can i tow argosy tt with argosy mh post #21
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So - maybe there's a market for AS TT Toy-Hauler conversions here...
If enough people are interested, I'll start building!

Who wants one?
I want one and the one in the picture appears to be about the size I am looking for. I am using a 6X12 trailer now and that's big enough, a little wider wouldn't hurt with two Harleys but the 12 foot length allows me to stagger them by two feet so the handlebars aren't touching each other.
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