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Old 05-09-2008, 10:34 AM   #1
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What are these fasteners?

I'm trying to sort out my leftover parts from previous Airstream projects. I think these fasteners came from in or on a '68 Ambassador but I'm not sure.
Awning parts perhaps? The hex heads on the screws are slotted.
Whatever they are, they're free for the cost of mailing to anyone who can identify them and needs them. I just can't toss out old AS hardware without first checking to see if someone might need it.
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I'm trying to sort out my leftover parts from previous Airstream projects. I think these fasteners came from in or on a '68 Ambassador but I'm not sure.
Awning parts perhaps? The hex heads on the screws are slotted.
Whatever they are, they're free for the cost of mailing to anyone who can identify them and needs them. I just can't toss out old AS hardware without first checking to see if someone might need it.
Rog, they look like the bolts that hold our kitchen sink in place.
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Rog, they look like the bolts that hold our kitchen sink in place.
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Kitchen sink - that is correct......
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Thanks for the quick replies. Anybody want them? Going once, going twice...
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Do they come with the tape measure?????
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Do they come with the tape measure?????
Yep, with free tape measure included, shipping cost is $19.99.
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Thanks for the quick replies. Anybody want them? Going once, going twice...
What about the sink? Screws Tape Measure and Sink for $19.99 shipping?
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That's a mighty fine piece of plywood. How big is the piece of plywood?

I don't need the screws or the tape measure, but I always wanted a nice piece of plywood.
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Y'all go ahead and have your fun. I'm busy composing an eBay ad:

Hmm, how does this sound?

RARE vintage Airstream basin accoutrements, MINT condition....
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You might want to add that these are the same fasteners that Wally used in Africa...
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.... and were once used on a trailer that was towed using a Hensley....
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. . . .that passed a semi going downhill at 80 and caused the semi to fishtail out of control into the ditch!
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A passing Harley Davidson rider stopped to pull the semi driver from the wreckage.

The more brand names I squeeze into the eBay ad, the more people will see it. Now we're talking.

The Harley rider was wearing a Gucci leather jacket with a Ferarri emblem. He was on his way to a Nascar race after dining at Hooters....
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