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Old 12-10-2006, 12:17 PM   #1
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Flying Cloud 1957?

I RECENTLY PURCHASED AN AIRSTREAM TRAILER FROM A FRIEND. HE HAD IT FOR 15 YEARS AND HAD DONE SOME WORK ON IT. IT SEEMS TO BE IN GOOD SHAPE. HOW DO I PROPERLY IDENTIFY IT AND GET INFO ON HOW TO RESTORE IT. I HAVE A STOVE AND HEATER BUT NO TOILET HOT WATER OR FRIDGE. I ALSO NEED TO GET INFO ON WATER AND GAS LINES ELECTRICAL ETC.
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Old 12-10-2006, 02:56 PM   #2
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post some pictures and we'll see if we can help. there's quite a few flying clouds on the site.
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The Serial number is the first point in trailer identification. Next come pictures showing window placement and and interior layout. Whatever job you can imagine someone has done it and will offer plenty of advice. I am doing a complete rework of a 1951 Flying Cloud myself. Good luck. Show us pictures!!!!

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