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Old 08-03-2012, 02:34 PM   #1
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Hello All! Newbie here just wanted to say Hello!

I just purchased a brand new (very old) 1967 Tradewind. I am going to be repairing it myself and hope I can ask questions and learn what I need to do from all that have traveled this path before.

I am wanting to go to the airstream rally's and hopefully burning man next year. I also want to go to Quartzite AZ for the show.

My airstream is missing windows and in need of repair, but I am committed to make my dream come true.

It has been sitting in a cornfield in South Dakota since 1980, well....that was the last license plate on it.

Anyways.....Happy Streaming and look forward to meeting you all!
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Old 08-03-2012, 06:51 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums! Www.inlandrv.com has those windows. Depending on the size, the price range is from $165 to $195 each.
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Old 08-03-2012, 07:39 PM   #3
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Welcome to the forums! Inland RV Center - The Nations Leading Expert in Airstream Innovations has those windows. Depending on the size, the price range is from $165 to $195 each.
I wonder if I should buy them now or wait until I am ready!
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Just make sure the trailer is water tight. That will prevent further damage from occurring. Then as time and $ permit, you can replace windows and other items. Of course I suggest you have windows before heading out on the road
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Just make sure the trailer is water tight. That will prevent further damage from occurring. Then as time and $ permit, you can replace windows and other items. Of course I suggest you have windows before heading out on the road
Thanks for the advice!
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