The point is, WBCCI members, who have an Airstream motorhome, or members who have trailers and want a new motorhome, cannot buy one and remain members of the WBCCI where they might have friends of many years.
For those people it's a valid point that I understand, but one where the majority of the membership makes the rules. For all the time that WBCCI has been in existence, the first requirement for membership is ownership of an Airstream product.
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