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Old 03-24-2009, 04:07 PM   #43
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Posted a picture of the 5th wheel square stream in our park. I thought I had sent you the vin number. I will get it in May. We also have a standard square stream.

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I hope to be up your way the first part of May.What date are you going to open?
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Old 03-24-2009, 08:50 PM   #44
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Hi Friends:..I've been off-line for some time and doing some getting used to my "new to me" 33' argosy. Now I'm pretty certain I'll be wanting to park it for long term and am curious if others have some good advice on exactly what form of support is considered best beyond simply putting down the balancers and resting on the tires? Any advice would be appreciated from those with good experience..many thanks
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Old 03-31-2009, 02:17 PM   #45
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Old 06-12-2009, 02:05 PM   #46
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Old 06-24-2009, 07:19 PM   #47
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I have an 88 29 footer, just bought it in great shape for $2200!! VIN number is 1ABGAJN26JJ827. Thats all the info i know how to give you right now, we're re upholstering the couch and cushions right now. Someone took out the double beds and made a platform for a queen mattress. I need some odds and ends, skylight caps, platic light covers for the bathroom and one in the bedroom, and I would like to put in new stove elements. Where should I go to find this stuff?!!

My finacee and I are going to be living in it for the next several years while we go to college and fly hawks (we are both falconers). I don't know much about them now, but I'm learning thanks to this forum :-)

thanks so much for the help, and know that I am a little glad to have the step sibling of the real deal too! :-)

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Old 06-25-2009, 11:03 AM   #48
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Thank you for the info.
Your VIN # should read 200827.
You should be able to get most items at a Airstream dealer since the Argosy and Airstream squarestream are almost the same.The light covers for thin line light you can get at places like Camping World.





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I have an 88 29 footer, just bought it in great shape for $2200!! VIN number is 1ABGAJN26JJ827. Thats all the info i know how to give you right now, we're re upholstering the couch and cushions right now. Someone took out the double beds and made a platform for a queen mattress. I need some odds and ends, skylight caps, platic light covers for the bathroom and one in the bedroom, and I would like to put in new stove elements. Where should I go to find this stuff?!!

My finacee and I are going to be living in it for the next several years while we go to college and fly hawks (we are both falconers). I don't know much about them now, but I'm learning thanks to this forum :-)

thanks so much for the help, and know that I am a little glad to have the step sibling of the real deal too! :-)

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Old 08-07-2009, 10:15 AM   #49
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Hi I have a 29 foot that I bought last month for $3400 its in good shape for its age only needs to be cleaned up a little. I just put 4 new Maxxis 10 plys on it, and converted it over to LED lights. The serial number is 1ABGAJN22JJ200906 it shows a build date of 5/3/88.
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Old 08-08-2009, 02:24 PM   #50
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Hi I have a 29 foot that I bought last month for $3400 its in good shape for its age only needs to be cleaned up a little. I just put 4 new Maxxis 10 plys on it, and converted it over to LED lights. The serial number is 1ABGAJN22JJ200906 it shows a build date of 5/3/88.

Thank you for the info.Hope you have lots of good times in it.
Hope the forums helps you.
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Old 08-08-2009, 02:41 PM   #51
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our 29 ftr....is parked at the TT Orlando park in...

A section for the weekend will likely pull out Sunday afternoon and back home...i was able to buy some 7500 BAL jacks over the last week and will put them on monday...i had to remove original jacks as they were no longer useable...rust and all bent out of shape
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I discovered a two door SquareStream just a couple of blocks from my house. I know it hasn't been there the whole time since we moved into this neighborhood two and a half years ago. I left a message for the owner and he called me earlier this week. We're going to go and look it over on Sunday. My mother-in-law has been looking for a 29'er or so and this might just be the ticket. The owner didn't know the length or year of manufacture. Now how can that be?

I'll post the serial number and a few pictures.

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Old 02-04-2010, 08:12 PM   #53
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I discovered a two door SquareStream just a couple of blocks from my house. I know it hasn't been there the whole time since we moved into this neighborhood two and a half years ago. I left a message for the owner and he called me earlier this week. We're going to go and look it over on Sunday. My mother-in-law has been looking for a 29'er or so and this might just be the ticket. The owner didn't know the length or year of manufacture. Now how can that be?

I'll post the serial number and a few pictures.

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We will be waiting to see photos and other info about it Brad.Hope it is better than the last one you looked at.
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Old 02-24-2010, 08:01 PM   #54
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Hello my name is Kevin I pretty much live full time in this camper. I have had it since 2001 and it has been all over the country for my work.I just finished relocating from Ft Campbell KY to New Jersey. I have been an aircraft mechanic for twenty years.
I got a message a message from Jimimi about posting up the Vin and details on this Camper so here it is.
The paperwork says that this camper was delivered to E. Brown on 12/31/1988 from a dealer in Los Banos the CA 93625
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Old 02-27-2010, 10:25 AM   #55
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Hi Kevin
Thanks for the info.The first part of the VIN # is 1AB and it should have been a 1988 with that s/n.It is interesting to see that you have a slide out.We thought that only 5 trailer where made with slide out and that they where all Airstreams.Yours is the 2nd Argosy 5th wheel we have found this week with a slide out.That makes 3 trailer with slide outs that we know of and your is the earliest Argosy on the list that we have found.We now have 3 Argosy and 3 Airstream 1988-1989 5th wheels.
I was a A & P AMT for 54 years On large aircraft and helicopters. I retired at 72,3 years ago.I still do a little work on large aircraft now and then.
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I just purchased this 1989 31 Ft. Ser# 45zgyjt29kj2000977. Picked it up in Atlanta Ga from a very nice Gentleman who only used it about 7 times in the last 10 years, Interier is excellent but It needs some restoration as the Frig. and AC need replaced and it Also should have new Axles. I intend to put it back in excellent condition ASAP.
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