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Old 04-27-2019, 06:26 PM   #1
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I'm Chris, a newbie to the site, but have owned an '84 Excella 31' for 25 years in NoCal. I haven't used it for the last several years and have quite a few repair projects and hope to get some feedback from the repair forums.
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Old 04-27-2019, 09:29 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Forums! The search function is your friend--everything you need to do has likely been asked, answered, or narrated on these forums, and if all else fails, just ask!

good luck!
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welcome, look forward to seeing your trailer as you go forward! good luck. kurt
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Welcome from Colorado: We have an 86 Limited 34' that has been in the family since new. I've done several repairs and improvement projects to the thing. Our trailers are built quite a bit alike, and much different than a 79 trailer. Airstream makes changes from model year to year.

The Airstreamers on these Forums are happy to help answer questions as you work on a project with your Excella.

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Old 04-29-2019, 06:15 PM   #5
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Welcome from Colorado: We have an 86 Limited 34' that has been in the family since new. I've done several repairs and improvement projects to the thing. Our trailers are built quite a bit alike, and much different than a 79 trailer. Airstream makes changes from model year to year.

The Airstreamers on these Forums are happy to help answer questions as you work on a project with your Excella.

David
Thanks David,
Navigating the info in this website is like drinking through a fire hose! But the Community seems to be great. I'm now living in CO for the next 5 years or so myself although my rig lives in NoCal. I'm hoping to get it road-ready and then yank it to CO and explore the state.
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