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Old 08-01-2006, 11:53 AM   #1
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Hello Folks

My wife and I are in negotiations with several dealers for a 2007 International 28'. I expect to finalize the purchase today. We are factory ordering a unit so that we can get the colors and options that work for us. When we get the unit (in 6-8 weeks) we will head out into the next chapter of our lives. We will be traveling (relocating) from the Treasure Coast of Florida to Bow, Washington. We expect to do a lot of traveling in the western regions of the U S and British Columbia. Hope to see some of you on the road. Thanks Stu
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Old 08-01-2006, 12:00 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums and Airstreaming!

Welcome!

I am sure you will enjoy your new beautiful Airstream! I might suggest that once you take delivery of your Airstream you stay close to the dealer for several days as you go through the trailer and see how everything works for you. Make copious notes. Anything that needs fixing/tweeking/repair should be covered by your warranty.

Also be sure they walk you through how to operate all the systems, try it yourself and don't leave until you are comfortable with how it all works!

Be sure and join in on some rallys. The very best thing about owning an Airstream is the fine people you will meet. Look at the rally calendar at the top of the forum page and drop in as you travel across country! Naturally, be prepared to give tours of your new lovely Airstream!

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Old 08-01-2006, 12:17 PM   #3
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Great advice

Thanks for the advice re: sticking close to dealer for a while after taking delivery. Stu
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Welcome in! Your change of status sounds great. Why the handle Classic4X4?
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Hi Stu - so you're moving to Washington? That means you'll be able to join us at a Northwest area forum rally sometime. Good luck with your new Airstream!
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