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Old 05-10-2002, 02:30 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Anthony Edwards Triple Axle 4 Sale on eBay!

If you have to ask...you can't afford it.
It's on eBay right now...and the bidding is over $25,000.00 There are lots of pictures..and it's pretty custom.

You can click on this or just copy and paste it in the Browser...it's worth the trip. I've attached just ONE shot to this email to give you a sneak peek.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eb...398474&r=0&t=0

Bear is going to be AWESOME...and I'm nearly DONE! Thanx to Andy at Inland RV...I've found some very rare parts needed to restore the sliding bathroom door (which I decided NOT to sell), and the double flip-out dining room table. Unlike Anthony Edward's rig...I really tried to retain the Airstream 'flavour'...but just added some spice and sugar to it! (or is that Sugar & Spice?) Same idea.

Glad to share this...Wouldn't it be great if someone from this List bought it? All proceeds are going to a children's foundation like the Make A Wish one---which is so cool.
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Old 05-10-2002, 02:33 AM   #2
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Racing Checker Flag Vinyl Flooring

I just want to say...that this flooring is EXACTLY like the flooring I have in Bear's galley (not throughout like this)... I just didn't want anyone to think I copied it...cuz I didn't. It's been in since Spring of 2000.
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Old 05-19-2002, 06:55 PM   #3
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Old 05-20-2002, 12:06 AM   #4
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eBay Auction

I wonder what he would have gotten had he just advertised it in the Hollywood newspaper.?
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Old 05-20-2002, 09:20 AM   #5
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FYI ~

There was mention made of the pending sale in May 20th People Magazine issue (the one with JFK Jr. on the cover) on page 24.

It was, however, in err ~ stating the opening bid was $50K.

It also states that Anthony Edwards paid $70K for it when he bought it.

So do you suppose he was disappointed with the final sale amount? The buyer should be happy!

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Old 10-21-2009, 08:45 PM   #6
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Talking I bought Anthony Edwards' Airstream

I bought Anthony Edwards' Airstream

I didn't buy it in the original auction, but I bought it a few years later and when it was a little more used and a little more tired of sitting around. I think the original purchaser must have fallen through or something. There was a polo shirt inside signed over to Anthony by some race car team, so I am guessing they were using the trailer for a while. (I still have the shirt if you want it Anthony--brand new, in the wrapper.) Cure Autism Now did receive all the proceeds when I purchased the trailer.

I bought the trailer sight-unseen, when I had just returned from a tour in Iraq and didn't have anywhere in particular I wanted to live. I had a tire company install new tires on it, and then had a professional hauling company bring it to Colorado, where I was at the time. When I received it, the front skylight was missing. It needed the floor tiles replaced because they were popping up. I also had to tack some of the headliner and trim back up and install some curtains. With a little elbow grease I started fixing it up, and moved in.

Later I had it hauled to an RV shop and had it inspected, I had to replace the brakes, update the gas lines, valves and tanks, and replace the slightly leaky water pump. But overall, most systems were working. The fact that it was completely gutted and then custom rebuilt makes some of it's systems a bit puzzling to me, a first-time Airstream owner. But nothing seems to far out of the ordinary after a bit of investigation. It is a beautiful trailer. I love that it is natural pine and very open, with clean, simple lines. The wraparound couch is awesome. (See photo.) I need to refinish some of the wood work and replace some trim, but after that, it will be great.

When it was converted to an office trailer, the shower and wardrobe were removed. Having no shower was a bit inconvenient when I first bought the trailer and was living in it. In the future I will use it as an office. I find it is actually too big for camping (I would be perfectly cozy in an 18' trailer). But the timing and price were right, so now I have a big, unique trailer, with an interesting story.

I feel very fortunate to have come across this trailer and, of course, was instantly an Airstream lover. There is not much that I want or need to change in this trailer except to update the electrical system a bit. New inverter, add some solar panels, and maybe replace my fridge -- which just doesn't seem to want to stay on electric mode, even when I am plugged in.

Thanks to Mr. Edwards, and Cure Autism Now!
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Way cool Rocketdog! Thanks for the update and welcome to the forums. Come back soon.
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