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Old 12-02-2009, 09:35 PM   #85
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i have moved north to VIRGINIA CITY , Nevada
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Originally Posted by richie rich View Post
Dear Airstream Annie, go to Richie Rich's public profile. See the big shiny '66 Sovereign ? Nice huh? (and cheap too). See the young people in the picture,and how happy they are? This baby weighs less than 5000 lbs. A' cheap sleep ' like this could make you happy too. Then hook up to a traditional Airstream T/V , a Suburban,and wave to all the A/S fans honking hello.
NOOOO !!!! you can cant call me airstream annie till i actually HAVE one ! LOL you are making me laugh.

OMG Richie thats a wondeful trailer ! its absolutely beautiful.
do you live full time in it? do you have any interior pictures?
Thanks for sharing that with me.

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Old 12-03-2009, 03:33 PM   #86
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1966 30' Sovereign
1963 22' Safari
orlando , Florida
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The plan,like you ,is to move north in the Summer to escape the sweltering Florida heat. Enjoy camping the length of the Blue Ridge Parkway to a campground with a seasonal rate in the Finger Lakes region. When all the leaves have fallen, head south. Just release the hand brake,its all down hill to Florida Annie. I do have interior shots,if I can pull them up. Until then click on Photos to '60s Airstreams. A '66 Sovereign should be listed. Mine is about the same but with personal touches of course. Any 3/4 ton could pull it. Suburbans were made to be mated with this rig.Its a classic combo.

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Old 12-03-2009, 09:30 PM   #87
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i have moved north to VIRGINIA CITY , Nevada
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YEAH Richie! thats the way to do it. no reason to be in the bad weather if you dont have to. i expect to be border to border and waaaay into alberta for the summer. LOL and then as far south as i can get ...tucked into the desert for winter.
my region will be missouri and west.... and the thinner the population the better.

owning an AS and full timing sounds like a lot more fun than owning a house.
maybe i will have the house one day... but right now.... i think this is the way to go. LOL

and i will have a look at your pics. your rig is beautiful.

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