Maybe I'm getting to the party a little late. I see the posts about quality, or lack of, in the newer airstreams. But I still believe they're built well, right?
We're off camping (sorry, RVing), my wife says that the drawer under the bed is stuck. I look only to find that the bottom has fallen out. All the staples, and I mean alot, could'nt hold the towels we put in there. So I transfer them to the drawer on the side only to have that bottom fall through. I called Kevin, the service tech, at Colonial. He couldn't believe it wasn't in a grove like a regular drawer would be. If it wasn't such a hassle, I would take the drawers up to Lakehurst just to say, "what the f**k?"
I'll glue and fasten them myself, but seriously, if this is what airstream does with something that goes on the third trip, how am I supposed to believe it's gonna last my lifetime?
Don't get me wrong, I love the girl, my anger is toward whoever cut this corner.