Hey everyone, I'm really glad to hear that there's still a strong passion for such an awesome Airstream! I am sad that I had to let her go, but I couldn't be happier that she is in such capable hands now and will be completed.
I saw some different comments on what happened to me... so here's the story; my life and work took me to New York City. I moved to Manhattan and was working in TriBeCa. It's a crazy city and a lot of fun, but not very friendly to cars, let alone giant trailers
As mentioned I wasn't entirely sure how long I would be in Gotham and was leary to store the trailer indefinitely (I really did not want to see it rot somewhere, forgotten). That's why I sold it. My work has only just recently now taken me to Boston and I think I'll be there for a while. Once I get a little more settled I may be taking on another vintage trailer project. It's really a disease! Once when I was riding the train in New York, I was venturing to one of the outer burroughs (out in Brooklyn) and this particular train was above ground; I spotted a small mid-60's airstream wedged into a very tight space in a TINY backyard and almost jumped out of the train. And of course, I went to see the Bambi that was on display at MoMA. Like I said... addicted.
I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and I really can't wait until Spring to see more progress on this awesome two-door trailer.