Originally Posted by bn gilbert
I thank all for the great help this forum has been to me. In the last 3 weeks I have changed both the fresh and black tank on my 27 ft 1972 International. What a job!!!! Someone with the come along to get plywood out of fresh water tank that was a great idea. All you guys keep up the great instructions on these alumium hell shells. I love em and hate um. Inland RV was where I got both tanks all was just like orginal. Cost like hell but the are the right ones. Thanks all you lovers of shiney trailers B Gilbert
Having a small quantity of special parts made for 30 and 40 year old Airstreams, with todays manufacturing and set up costs, unfortunately, is not cheap.
The more difficult part, is finding a small manufacturer that is willing to make a few parts at a time, instead of several hundred.
Glad they fit like a "glove" for you.