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Old 12-28-2010, 03:08 AM   #71
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Old 12-28-2010, 08:43 PM   #72
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I think it looks cool and different... I note that they did a lighter color for the Banana wraps to allow the visual to flow thru.

I actually think the lower half and center strip polished is a little too much, but I love the possibilities....
I did notice the lighter banana wrap. I haven't painted mine yet turned cold before I had the chance. I just got back and lower half painted. Can't wait for it to warm up so I can finish.
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Old 12-28-2010, 09:29 PM   #73
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Here are some pics of this winter before we headed back to Key West. The boat full of 2,500lb of art (13 foot coffee pot, 4 180lb marble blocks) but it payed the $1,400 in gas/tolls. We were 64 feet long.
Jeez, that little trailer sure did you proud! Amazing amount of weight on top of what does not look like a light-weight boat!
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Old 12-29-2010, 05:09 AM   #74
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Thanks again to all of you for the comments.
We found this one in Va. last summer. We looked at units in Ohio, Arizona, Kentucky, and Indiana and called about many others. This one is an 350LE so it is somewhat rare. Airstream only made them in 90 91 and 92. It spent most of its early years in Nevada. Then it was traded in Salem Va. and sold to a med student who lived in it. And never cleaned it!! The med student traded it back in to the same dealer he bought it from and it sat there for over a year. Saw it online and now we are the 3rd owner.

The pictures do hide some stuff like clear gone on the roof (nevada sun), needs tires 11 years old, air bags leak down in 1 day, but all in all its in great shape and most of what it needs are age related.

Yes I will second the sticky thing

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are you up close to Defiance, Findlay area ?
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Old 12-29-2010, 06:13 AM   #75
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The polished units look great but...
The last aircraft I flew had polished wing leading edges. Keeping up with them is all the polishing I ever want to do the rest of my life. Sort of like spit polishing shoes. I've done my time.
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Old 12-29-2010, 10:48 AM   #76
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found this pic over in the "polishing" section, but loved it...
Posted by swebster, but i dont know if it is his... He has not posted since 2008, so i hope he wont mind me reposting it here.
he was working on polishinghis 345 but not sure if he finished. Also he was redoing the interior in aluminum panels. Have not heard from him in quite awhile though.
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Old 12-30-2010, 07:08 AM   #77
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Here are some pics of this winter before we headed back to Key West. The boat full of 2,500lb of art (13 foot coffee pot, 4 180lb marble blocks) but it payed the $1,400 in gas/tolls. We were 64 feet long.
Glad to see someone towing something big. How much does your boat weigh and how did it tow? I just redid the hitch on ours for towing. Starting out with our 13 Whaler wich doesn't weigh anything. After it's repower I hope to tow our 22' Hiliner wich weighs about 4200# with the trailer.

Looks great, thanks.
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Old 12-30-2010, 07:19 AM   #78
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Seasons 2010

Some random Pictures of this years events
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Old 12-30-2010, 07:30 AM   #79
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special Family events for 2010
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Old 12-30-2010, 07:48 AM   #80
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:00 AM   #81
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Awesome John!
I love the painted/matched awnings and rooftop parts!
Keep 'em coming!
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The painted a/c and vents look great!
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Old 12-30-2010, 04:34 PM   #83
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Thank You guys, JRs RV in Findlay Did most of the work the fall before he retired and Moved to Florida.
You all well Know how it is when you get a coach and personalize it.
after a week or Two we realized, No front and rear furnaces.
No air-conditioning drain pans. all new tire to Mount.
etc.etc.etc, all new awnings. etc.etc.etc.
anyway
We love her and we use her well

on the 15th of Jan she goes to Bill Dodson <crestonrv@yahoo.com>; in Tenn For some work.

Never ending process.
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Glad to see someone towing something big. How much does your boat weigh and how did it tow? I just redid the hitch on ours for towing. Starting out with our 13 Whaler wich doesn't weigh anything. After it's repower I hope to tow our 22' Hiliner wich weighs about 4200# with the trailer.

Looks great, thanks.
The Boat is a bit to heavy for any hills at 7,500lb with out the trailer or 80 gal of fuel. I am just guessing but I think it probably weighs 10,000lb all up. I am re powering the rig with a 2006 duramax this winter before I tow the thing back up north
I redid the hitch this summer and was vary happy to read all the info on it here on the classics page and find out what people had to say about how things towed. I love this site and feel like there is an answer for just bout any question one could ask here!
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