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Old 01-13-2016, 12:41 PM   #15
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I clearly hadn't thought this thru, Mike.
I do like the thought of him buying the pau Hana ( end of the work day) drinks.

Ah but there is one fly in this ointment, ALL of his money, and some of his friends cash too will be tied up in closing the deal. I'm sitting here with hand raised.

Got to remember this is Hawaii land prices we are talking about here.
Where even "affordable ag land " goes for over $100k per acre. Ouch.

Why do you think I'm looking all over the mainland for a place to settle?

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Old 01-15-2016, 10:46 PM   #16
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Considering the prices of real estate and construction in Hawaii, that Airstream is definitely worth restoring and using. I keep telling my daughter on Oahu to buy an Airstream instead of spending a million dollars for a house about the same size! ;-)
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Old 01-15-2016, 11:34 PM   #17
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I can relate to what you are saying about realestate prices on Oahu. Especially when looking from Miss. crazy isn't it?

My first inquiry about shipping costs to the mainland for the 310 got a quote for $7,800 this is part of the premium for living in Hawaii I guess. And part of what makes building here so dear.

It turns out the 310 is a gasser not a diesel, And my buddy is starting to realize its value with the original interior. So it may have a life there on the farm for a while.
Then could serve as a nice guest house for someone here on Kauai if he decides to sell it on.

Cheers Richard
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Old 01-17-2016, 07:11 AM   #18
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Close your eyes and think....Did the doghouse look low, wide and rounded edges or high, triangular and squared off edges?

Look carefully
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Old 01-17-2016, 12:36 PM   #19
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Looks great, my daughter has a farm here, I built her a nice hale, I'm thinking of building tiny homes here
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We just drove past a parked airstream on our way to Kapaa from princeville! I didn't see it but my wife called it out.
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Aloha Richard- is your friend's Airstream in Haena or nearby?
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Aloha Richard- is your friend's Airstream in Haena or nearby?
This thread is a couple of years old FYI, so the best way to get someone's attention is to Quote them, like below. Good luck with your move mentioned on the other thread.

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I can relate to what you are saying about realestate prices on Oahu. Especially when looking from Miss. crazy isn't it?

My first inquiry about shipping costs to the mainland for the 310 got a quote for $7,800 this is part of the premium for living in Hawaii I guess. And part of what makes building here so dear.

It turns out the 310 is a gasser not a diesel, And my buddy is starting to realize its value with the original interior. So it may have a life there on the farm for a while.
Then could serve as a nice guest house for someone here on Kauai if he decides to sell it on.

Cheers Richard
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