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Old 02-09-2014, 06:51 PM   #1
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Interior face lift!

Found a shop that specializes in older moterhome customization. They agreed to doing a soft floor repair, new carpet (cookie cutter), new plumbing fixtures (Big improvement) wall coverings and vent installations. They only took on the job because I was an "oddity" in that I was 'fine' with changes in the A.S. layout. Wow, I respect the AS purists out there. To see a '50's AS still camping that deserves respect... but damn, I need some clean carpet and a sink that is functional. I can't even start with the ceramic commode, what an improvement!

Have you found Airstream remodel Bias out there too?

I will not mention the shop because they are supper AWESOME and are not looking for more jobs (believe me I asked). Sorry guys & gals!

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Old 02-09-2014, 07:24 PM   #2
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We need pictures! . I find the Airstream remodel bias to be mostly limited to ultra rare and early trailers. No one has ever claimed having the original 30 year old carpet to be a good thing

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Old 02-10-2014, 06:01 PM   #3
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Ah, pictures! Will do my next day off. I'm like a proud new father! Good to hear the bias is limited. Makes me feel I am less likely to offend a hardcore purist. Mad respect for those people, would hate to get on that "hit list" <grin>!
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