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Old 12-18-2005, 11:51 PM   #15
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Thanks. I've already had to deal with a leaking windshield gasket before it became mine. I had it repaired for my brother a year ago by a local glass company with a reputation for doing unusual jobs. Took them 2 tries, but they did get it. That outside cover would certainly be helpful.

By the way, have you figured a way to deal with the roof? I'm talking about the plasti-coat peeling off. My coach was completely redone outside in 2002 by Airstream at Jackson Center. The roof is already peeling the plasti-coat. So far it doesn't seem to be affecting the sides. What do you do with yours?

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Tim -
Sadly, my clear coat is nearly gone on the roof and getting a bit thin in a few places near the top.
Wow - a complete redo outside - I bet your coach looks great !
I just try to wash and Walbernize regularly - what a chore.
Am dreaming / planning to build a proper enclosure in the future. A modest, cabinesque home with a LARGE seasonal porch / Airstream dock .

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Old 12-19-2005, 06:14 AM   #16
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My 280 has that front shade cover also...not seen too many of those for our coaches.
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Old 12-19-2005, 12:00 PM   #17
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My 280 has that front shade cover also...not seen too many of those for our coaches.
I did some preliminary looking around the INTERNET, and I haven't yet located one to fit the Classic A/S. I'm sure someone has them, or will make one for it. I intend to keep at it until I find one. Without any cover over the front I think the most serious damage can be done, since I don't have any type of building. The inside sun shades are better than nothing, but don't protect the window gaskets other outside items.

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Old 12-19-2005, 12:03 PM   #18
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Tim -
Sadly, my clear coat is nearly gone on the roof and getting a bit thin in a few places near the top.
Wow - a complete redo outside - I bet your coach looks great !
I just try to wash and Walbernize regularly - what a chore.
Am dreaming / planning to build a proper enclosure in the future. A modest, cabinesque home with a LARGE seasonal porch / Airstream dock .

David
I have some pictures of my coach in the photo section under "noiva's Images". Might give you some idea of what it looks like. Now, if I could only keep it that way .....
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