I am in the UK, and i was only talking about this the other day with my friend in the States,
i bought my 73 overlander in 2010 and spent the next 15months working on it doing full resto, i would have loved to have done a blog and pictured every little job and and worked for a living. but if i had started a blog i'd still be working on the old girl. i have total respect and admiration for the serious resto experts that can do both or all 3 (work as well).
I recently (yesterday) sold the overlander and was amazed by the amount of interest in it, but my friend said that it was because my Airstream was unique as it was a COMPLETED restoration, as a very high % either never actually get started or get abandoned mid way which is so sad. Only 2 days ago a lady got in touch with me to offer cash and her 62 Overlander which she'd bought 2yrs ago and just sat on her property for mine.
I was tempted but she valued it too high, which sadly means it will probably sit there for many more years in our damp and cold country !!!
BTW, i have not been cured of my aluminitis, my 1960
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