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Old 11-25-2004, 10:54 AM   #15
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OK, I've spent all the time at this forum looking at wiring, replacing the floor, polishing, etc. Well I've done ALL that, and now I'm putting everything back togther and I forgot about the curtains. I'm supost to be on the road the end of the month and I'm still putting panels back in place. The PO had a bag in the bathroom that had the original drapes in it. It was nothing but mold. I couldn't even get them apart to messure.
I just left a curtain place near me (only one who could get it done before 10weeks) and they want 1,300.00 to do 5 windows with nothing fancy. I know this is a rip-off and I've asked everyone I know to help with this but no luck. I have a spot in KeyWest from the 21st of Dec. and I gotta have something up buy then.
I can't do it myself, and becuase I'm still putting up the walls I don't even know the exact size I need to have made.

I have a 72 Tradewind, 25', with the double bed.

Can someone please help me out. I'll pay to have them made just don't wanna get ripped off.

Kinda sad, I can replace the floor in a A/S, polish it, run new water, electric..... but have no skill here.

Can you read the panic....................
The fastest way I know of is to contact your nearest Airstream dealer. They should be able to order a set from Airstream for you. The drapes come only in the off-white, cream color and for my 34' they cost 750.00 a set plus shipping. Good luck. Ross
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Old 11-25-2004, 11:24 AM   #16
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Binder clips

Glad to help!
Those binder clips come in different sizes, based on how much the clip will hold, so measure the thickness of your cornices!
I have used them in the dim past in a semi truck to hold up a privacy curtain... like the windshield curtainsin a mortor home.
Currently use them to attach our patio lights to the awning.

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