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Old 08-27-2006, 11:42 AM   #15
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I've seen the American flag on every possible article of clothing. I've seen surplus flags made into banners for car dealerships and on and on. You have bedspreads and soon an awning. It does not offend me in the least because you are celebrating the flag.

I love the way you celebrate my country with its products and flags. If I were to visit France again and happened to see an Airstream with an American flag awning It would bring a big grin to my face. I would also stop and visit with the owner. I'm all for it Bruno but please don't get an American flag carpet.
I promise, NO american flag Carpet !

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Old 08-27-2006, 05:18 PM   #16
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I promise, NO american flag Carpet !

Bruno.
Thank you my friend.

Does your Harley need an American plate from one of my old Harleys?

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Old 08-27-2006, 06:13 PM   #17
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See what I mean? used for almost everything. It's a door mat in cause your wondering.
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Old 08-28-2006, 12:10 AM   #18
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Thank you my friend.

Does your Harley need an American plate from one of my old Harleys?

Milo

Hi Milo;
I'm always interested in US plates and so much now, if they are M/C harley plates... A great thank you by advance for your proposion.
I give you my adress:

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Old 08-28-2006, 12:38 AM   #19
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I'm always interested in US plates and so much now, if they are M/C harley plates... A great thank you by advance for your proposion.
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Bruno,

They are not "Harley plates" but license plates off one of the Harleys. Do you want an Arizona or Nevada state license plate?
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Old 08-28-2006, 05:46 AM   #20
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They are not "Harley plates" but license plates off one of the Harleys. Do you want an Arizona or Nevada state license plate?
Yes I' had understood , they are real plates from your harleys;
So Arizona plates are my favorites;

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Old 08-28-2006, 10:05 AM   #21
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See what I mean? used for almost everything. It's a door mat in cause your wondering.
Craftsman , you are so right , the flag has been displayed on many different things , some seem to be ok and some do not . This is also very personal opinion , thankfully we here in the USA have that right . I can not say that I like the door mat . The thing that stuck me most when I saw the bed spreads is that the only time I have seen the flag in that position was when it was on the coffin of a fallen American Hero , that sort of stung . I realize there was no offence ment , it's just how it made me feel.
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Bruno , here's my original '76 Caravanner
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Old 08-30-2006, 08:46 AM   #23
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See what I mean? used for almost everything. It's a door mat in cause your wondering.
I promise too, NOT this kind of floor mat and really I can't realize we can sell this kind of article; So I think it's one of the worst use you can do with the american flag and the 9-11; you don't have to wipe one's feet on these !

So i remind you that this thread is not on the use of the US flag but about Airstream interiors.... only one picture for the moment.

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Great decor, The thing I like is that it's personal. What's important is that one can make a statement. Some have a problem understanding freedom. After all it's my freedom that counts. Not someone else's freedom. America seems to be having a little problem with this concept right now. Sorry but I just had to include a picture of the interior of my current project.
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Me, I'm flying flags outside only. My interior is original brocade in perfect shape.

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So quick to be offended by the mistaken assumption of disrespect for the symbol. So slow to see the desecration of the values that the symbol represents. "those who would sacrifice freedom for security deserve neither"
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Hi. I tried to look at your interior, but it now says "not found" Could you check and if it is expired maybe you could upload it again. I'd sure like to see it and I'm sure others would too.

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Hi. I tried to look at your interior, but it now says "not found" Could you check and if it is expired maybe you could upload it again. I'd sure like to see it and I'm sure others would too.

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yes, that seems Blogger is a bit capricious... try the same link here

http://american-dream-in-france.blog...airstream.html


Or go on the main page and see the " l'interieur de notre airstream " article.

the blog is :

http://american-dream-in-france.blogspot.com/

Thank you for the visit.


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