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Old 05-03-2007, 02:08 PM   #113
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I think $33,000 for a 2003 22' CCD is a bit high. We paid $25,000 for our 2002 22' CCD when it was only two years old (in 2004).
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Old 05-03-2007, 03:22 PM   #114
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I think $33,000 for a 2003 22' CCD is a bit high. We paid $25,000 for our 2002 22' CCD when it was only two years old (in 2004).
Wow. That is a good price!
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Old 05-03-2007, 04:14 PM   #115
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I hope this is a front Bedroom. It did not mention one nor is it pictured.
There were no true front bedroom Airstreams in 2003. IIRC, the first true front bedroom Airstreams were the 2005 30' Safaris.

This particular unit is described as having a double bed forward. This means it has a transverse double bed under the wrap window with a translucent panel over a bedside table separating the bed from the door. There is a curtain/accordion door that provides privacy from the dinette/kitchen area from the bed area.
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Old 05-03-2007, 06:37 PM   #116
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Minnie's Mate is exactly right. There are some good pictures of the 22' CCD on the Airstream factory site, including a virtual tour and the floorplan.
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:45 AM   #117
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I found another Safari 22' CCD 2003 for $30K. I guess that is still a bit high, but maybe he'll come down to $25K? It's a nice unit. It has a big bed and a desk in the back.

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I found another Safari 22' CCD 2003 for $30K. I guess that is still a bit high, but maybe he'll come down to $25K? It's a nice unit. It has a big bed and a desk in the back.

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That's the same model I found. They come with different interior colors. I liked the ice blue interior in the one I found, they also have lemongrass (kind of a lime neon green) and an orange color. The pics and description don't say what color the inside is, but an email should tell.

On edit, I found one photo with a partial of the dinette cushion, and it is also blue.
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Old 05-07-2007, 09:30 AM   #119
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Myra, Please check the Corosion Thread. Silvertwinkie has done a super job on this thread and others have contributed.
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:34 PM   #120
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Okay, just read about all the corosion issues that are going on with models 1999 and up. What a shame. Now I'm thinking it may be better to buy an older 70-80s model and just rebuild the interior with real wood the way I like it. I'll keep reading, keep looking. Thanks for the heads up.

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Is this corrosion issue just with the CCD's or all Airstreams? Also, did the issue get corrected or is it an issue with all models after '99? I thought I had read somewhere that the issue was just the CCD's from '99-'03.
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If Airstream says they corrected the problem, then they are admitting that it was a problem. I thought it was everything after 1999.
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Myra, here's an alternative, no corrosion issues:
http://www.airforums.com/classifieds...ct=3647&cat=16
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Old 05-07-2007, 06:07 PM   #124
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Plenty of room for a party!

Very nice. With something that size (32. Squarestream'), I wouldn't have to worry about putting my stuff in storage. I could just tow it with me.
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Old 05-07-2007, 06:50 PM   #125
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You also wouldn't fit into the sites at a lot of state & national parks! Some have size limitations...

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Hey from Georgia... Myra,

I would opt for no less than a 24' Airstream with a 3/4 ton tow vehicle if I was going fulltime.

A 1986 Airstream Tradewind 24' long, comfortable, and everthing but the airconditioner works on 12 V.

The tow vehicle is the most important consideration.

Your tow vehicle can be a 1/2 ton bases gas V8 (5.0 or above) engine, but only if you travel in the flat lands. Any serious medium or large moutians requires a 3/4 ton tow vehicle with a diesel engine.

You'll love the Airstream, hate the initial costs of the diesel, until you try towing the airstream up hill.
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