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Old 07-11-2010, 08:26 PM   #15
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It's not the cul de sac, it's the cul de sac with an incline (i.e. driveway) that forces you to throw wood, cardboard and other garage debris to prevent the backend from bottoming out!
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Old 07-11-2010, 08:51 PM   #16
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Goodness, look at all these new Oklahoma members. I've been restoring Airstream/Argosy trailers and lurking on this site for several years and now that I've finished the trailers and am building a house at the lake, local trailer people appear. We could have had a lot to talk about at one time, but unless you know how to drywall, mud and tape and do plumbing, we are going in different directions. You will have a great time restoring an Airstream. They are full of dreams and possibilities. If we can help, please let us know. We're up here in Chandler, just 25 miles from OKC and Edmond. Actually spend lots of time at the Lowe's in Edmond buying building supplies.
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Old 07-11-2010, 08:58 PM   #17
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Sounds like us!!! We started on our 23' 1970 Airstream back in March and have made great progress and learned alot. We are looking forward to a first trip in a few weeks. I must say you are in the right place here, the information on this site has been so helpful to us and the people seem so wonderful, we are looking forward to joining in on some of the Airstream fun. My blog is Rgrunion.blogspot.com.
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Old 07-11-2010, 09:26 PM   #18
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Goodness, look at all these new Oklahoma members. I've been restoring Airstream/Argosy trailers and lurking on this site for several years and now that I've finished the trailers and am building a house at the lake, local trailer people appear. We could have had a lot to talk about at one time, but unless you know how to drywall, mud and tape and do plumbing, we are going in different directions. You will have a great time restoring an Airstream. They are full of dreams and possibilities. If we can help, please let us know. We're up here in Chandler, just 25 miles from OKC and Edmond. Actually spend lots of time at the Lowe's in Edmond buying building supplies.
Ok, see I'm still trying to forget about the home renovation. We had a bathroom that was "Under construction" (unusable) for about a year. Ended up calling a pro plumber....Good luck with the house!!

Are trailer owners scarce in this area?
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Sounds like us!!! We started on our 23' 1970 Airstream back in March and have made great progress and learned alot. We are looking forward to a first trip in a few weeks. I must say you are in the right place here, the information on this site has been so helpful to us and the people seem so wonderful, we are looking forward to joining in on some of the Airstream fun. My blog is Rgrunion.blogspot.com.
I can't wait to take her out on our maiden voyage. Like you, it will be awhile... especially as it keeps raining here. Although, that has helped us find some of the leaks!! We are learning alot too. It's nice to have the option of trying fix it yourself.
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