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Old 07-13-2003, 09:16 PM   #1
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Sofa Replacement

Has anyone done any pricing with Airstream for a sofa replacement? My wife has never liked the comfort level of our sofa but does like the sofas that have been used for the last couple of years in the new Classics. I'm curious about the cost. Since the Classic and Safari have the same interior dimensions, it should be a slam dunk replacement.

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Well I guess I should have expected this. Cost for a current Classic cloth sofa....$2,500 not including shipping. So much for this thought.

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"Cost for a current Classic cloth sofa....$2,500 not including shipping"

I'd get two, so as to have a spare.

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After thinking about this a bit more, I am wondering....

Our sofa was dreadfully uncomfortable when we got our '85. It needed upholstery, so we got new foam and fabric. Now, while we don't go out just so we can set on it, it is quite comfortable. Even for an evening's movie viewing.

So, I got to wondering - if you like the current fabric, is it possible that changing out just the foam for some of better quality would be a solution? An upholsterer could simply change out the foam for far less than a complete upholstery job.

Just a thought.

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An upholsterer could simply change out the foam for far less than a complete upholstery job.

Just a thought.

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You know its got to be a lot cheaper than $2,500....

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