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Old 11-20-2009, 10:01 AM   #1
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my podcast: an episode about Airstreams with uwe

hi all,

i haven't been on here in awhile but i just released my latest podcast, an interview i did with forum member, uwe salwender at area 63 productions. it's all about vintage airstreams.

www.residearchitecture.com/podcast

by the way, if anyone is wondering about my '56 flying cloud, it's at uwe's shop in orange. after two years of trying it my way, i had to call in the troops.
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Old 11-20-2009, 11:03 AM   #2
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Greetings from the Florida Panhandle

I listened to the entire discussion. I found it quite interesting, and you made some excellent point about. It was well worth the time to listen to the whole interview.

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Great interview of a very talented individual.

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thanks for listening guys. i think there is a lot of great information in there especially for people considering their first vintage unit but don't know where to begin. and uwe is so knowledgeable and passionate, my favorite interview so far. here's the description of the show;

in this podcast i interview vintage airstream trailer restorer, uwe salwender of area 63 productions. join us as we discuss all things airstream, including how uwe became involved in the business after his rock-n-roll career in the custom guitar business and the restoration of his ‘63 overlander that started it all. we also discuss things to look for when buying a vintage airstream trailer, what’s a good trailer size for a family of 4, what the difference is between “full hookups” and “boondocking”, and the costs of getting into airstreams. and yes, they still make those.
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