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Old 01-30-2008, 04:59 PM   #1
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how much were Airstreams in the '60s

Hello everyone,im trying to find out what the prices were in the 60s for a globetrotter-new?I have a 66 g.t. From what i was told,they were not cheap.if theres a list of prices out there,please help.thanks
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Old 01-30-2008, 05:24 PM   #2
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What a great ? I have tried to search the forum for that info before. I am also very interested in prices of times past. I did find a camping permit from Cabway State Forest (1973) wherever that may be behind my galley with a price of $2.50 a night. I framed it and hung it in the AS. Robert
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Old 01-30-2008, 05:36 PM   #3
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You may find these from the VAC website helpful:

1957 Dealer Price List
1960 Retail Price Schedule
1964 Options Price List

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Old 01-30-2008, 06:02 PM   #4
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Hi, yeah, what an interesting question. I'd be curious to know msrp. The '64 options list is great too, thanks!

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I have a copy of the '67 brochure that I found in a '67 Tradewind twin. The trailer was sold new by Ray's Travel Trailer Sales, Inc. in Chicago. The base price was $6,250, tax $250, bedspreads $34, convenience group $69, and Safety group $24 for a total of $6,736. That was a lot of money in 1967 considering a full sized American car could be had for around $4,000. Darol
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For many years WA state charged annual tax based on the depreciated value of the vehicle, so all titles have the 'price as new' listed on them. I don't know if that was MSRP, I'm not even sure where they get it. But for my Caravel it says $2375.

Looking at my '74 Mustang Mach I (top of the line Mustang, 6 years later) it was $3375, so apparently that Caravel was pretty expensive!
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I have the recipt for my 73 overlander I dont have it in my hand but I think it was around 7500.00 in 1973 purchased in Tallahassee about 100 miles from me but I got it in Mo..???
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