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Old 04-11-2018, 05:05 PM   #43
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$46K is what they told me today. I saw 2 in Buda TX....next to a BaseCamp. All I can say is "shinny and expensive"; smaller then a Casita inside...and twice as expensive...but it is an AS!
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Old 04-11-2018, 05:06 PM   #44
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Just saw this video on YouTube.

Anybody count how many times he used the word ďsuperĒ in the video?
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Old 04-11-2018, 05:33 PM   #45
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New products are good for the industry and consumer. Fiberglass doesnít appeal to everyone, but there is a large FG community. I look forward to seeing a Nest in person, it looks like it has some nice features. Some folks say Oliver is the Airstream of the Fiberglass community. That may not be valid any longer! Mike
We almost made the decision to take the Ollie path but we just could not get past the wet bath nor the too small dinette. Beautiful product and tech. No denying that.
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We almost made the decision to take the Ollie path but we just could not get past the wet bath nor the too small dinette. Beautiful product and tech. No denying that.
I talked to Oliver not too long ago. They are developing a 27ftíer that is addressing the wet bath issue and increased counter space with larger fridge. No mention of a larger dinette. ETA is sometime 2019.
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I need them to go the complete other direction! I need a toy hauler. They need to think BIG. Iím sad that I may need to sell mine
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We saw one in person yesterday and while it is nice for it's purpose it is expensive and, as my wife said immediately, its not an AS.

But companies must continue to explore new markets if they want to grow. There must be some data somewhere that says this is a good bet for them.
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The other thread has some interesting details being discussed FYI.

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f42/...am-169700.html
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Wish they'd make a nice toy hauler
E-d-d-i-e B-a-u-e-r; unfortunately it was a limited edition
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E-d-d-i-e B-a-u-e-r; unfortunately it was a limited edition
The Panamerica, way more rare than the Eddie Bauer, was a toy-hauler plan as well.
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The Panamerica, way more rare than the Eddie Bauer, was a toy-hauler plan as well.
Are you suggesting the Nest should have "toy hauler" option and perhaps be lengthened another, say....foot? I liked the Panamerica tri-axel, but too big for me...the Eddie Bauer is a nice idea, and the Tommy Bahama is a great extension of that plan... I think the only option for the Nest might be a Tommy Bahama type make over...for another say, $10K? I am sure there will be a following like there is for the Base Camp...just a bit too small and pricy for me.
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Nope. Not suggesting that they do anything with a Nest / toy hauler option. What Iím suggesting is that they do what they already did. Make a dang toy hauler option for those of us that have toys to haul. Bring back the Pan! Why was it only available for one year? Where does one find that unicorn? Itís mind boggling that a AIrstream hasnít seen the desirability of a toy hauler. Or at a minimum start a custom shop that caters to individual needs.
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If one greases their palms with lots of $$$$, even a tri-axle has been seen to come down the line long after the last official one came down the line.....
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