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Old 04-01-2014, 03:26 PM   #15
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I agree with the point you make about the extra wardrobe space. I like my dinette, though.
So, let me re-phrase:
The 30 is the best floor plan Airstream makes -for me-
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If they made the 28 in 2013 I would have considered it strongly.
After all you still have the folding tables.
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Old 04-01-2014, 03:30 PM   #17
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Do you use the sofa/bed a lot ?

I sleep on the sofa every night because I snore (wife ran me off).
I don't bother to fold it flat.
It is very comfortable.
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Old 04-01-2014, 03:31 PM   #18
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You might be right. I'll think about it as I sit in my dinette.

How many does yours sleep?
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Old 04-01-2014, 03:36 PM   #19
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Me?
I have the same trailer as you.
Airstream says 6, but I say 2.1- me, my wife, and an 11# cat.
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Me?
I have the same trailer as you.
Airstream says 6, but I say 2.1- me, my wife, and an 11# cat.

Sorry, that question was for Pahaska. We had power outage at work a minute ago. Screwed me up!

I will agree that I would like a little more closet space. There really isn't a good place to hang wet coats. But, I rather have the dinette with the wine storage drawers underneath!

I've got an older Soveninger also, that thing has more closets than my house!
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Old 04-01-2014, 06:29 PM   #21
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Wine storage?
I put groceries in one drawer and 2 slow cookers in the other drawer.
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We are first times proud owners of a 2003 - Classic 28'. Twin beds. Beautiful trailer, one owner, rarely used. Love the twin beds, the two large closets, and the bathroom.
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Congrats Jacob! That is one heck of a nice "first time" Airstream!

The bathrooms are the best. Lot's of room to dry off.

If you ever make it to northern Ohio, give us a call.
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We are first times proud owners of a 2003 - Classic 28'. Twin beds. Beautiful trailer, one owner, rarely used. Love the twin beds, the two large closets, and the bathroom.
Glad to hear you could make it happen! If we can be of any further help don't hesitate to ask. Just out of curiosity, what was your PO's answer on the Micro-Pulse system?
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I will get an answer regarding the micro system
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3' goes a long ways. The 25' to the 28' was that important for a more functional practical better living experience.
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We looked for 2 years before I found a 28' Classic with rear twins. Purchased one that was 11mos. old in Kansas. Main reason was the split , walk thru bathroom. It replaced our 25 footer. It will be our last one as we plan on keeping it as long as we can still travel.
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We are lucky to have found another 28' classic with twin beds. This 2003 only has 50,000 miles. It has a solar panel.
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