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Old 07-06-2013, 12:10 PM   #29
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"Also, there's a self contained service here where you can hire a local enthusiast that's familiar with motorhomes to go check it out for you. There's a 4-6 page inspection checklist/guide to fill out and have them take 100 pictures. Every flaw. make sure you pay them well for the time. It will be 100% worth it. That is unless you have a reason to fly over just to check out an RV."

Kevin, new here. Searching for our first Airstream MH. Really interested in this response you gave - particularly the 4-6 page checklist/guide. Any link or guidance would be great.
Thanks- these forums are a wonderful resource on so many levels!
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Old 07-06-2013, 01:03 PM   #30
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I would not worry too much about the state of the roads. Roads have improved dramatically during the last 20 years and the highways are on par, sometimes better, than what we're used to.

Of course, if you want to leave the beaten track there'll still be dirt roads, but you don't need an expedition vehicle to safely travel in South East Asia, just as it's perfectly feasible to take an Airstream up to the Yukon or to Alaska.
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"Also, there's a self contained service here where you can hire a local enthusiast that's familiar with motorhomes to go check it out for you. There's a 4-6 page inspection checklist/guide to fill out and have them take 100 pictures. Every flaw. make sure you pay them well for the time. It will be 100% worth it. That is unless you have a reason to fly over just to check out an RV."

Kevin, new here. Searching for our first Airstream MH. Really interested in this response you gave - particularly the 4-6 page checklist/guide. Any link or guidance would be great.
Thanks- these forums are a wonderful resource on so many levels!
Emilio
Click on the "Portal" tab, then scroll down looking at the right side until you see "Airstream Inspectors". The link is just below.

This is a shortcut.
http://www.airforums.com/forums/f138...ist-43294.html
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