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Old 04-20-2018, 04:14 PM   #57
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Old 04-25-2018, 06:07 AM   #58
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E-d-d-i-e B-a-u-e-r; unfortunately it was a limited edition



An ATV or 2 of them won’t fit though the rear door much less have any floor tie downs. MAYBE my adventure bike. But only one. No. Not on ANY of the limited edition models. I also believe the dinette is on both sides of the door as well. There really is a large section of the market place either being not recognized by, identified by or interested in by Airstream. The other wonderful benefit is it’s also a screened in porch, of sorts. I wonder if the only place the marketing people at Airstream do their research with is at a friendly RV campground. I hit all types of campsites to do all types of Motorcycling, dirt bike riding, ATV riding, adventure bike riding where I’m limited to ONLY what I can put in the back of my pickup.i guess I’ll leave it at- if you as a company are looking to sell more units, you’re missing a large market segment. Or you’d see most of the Panamericas sitting on RV lots.
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Old 04-25-2018, 06:53 AM   #59
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I talked to Oliver not too long ago. They are developing a 27ft’er that is addressing the wet bath issue and increased counter space with larger fridge. No mention of a larger dinette. ETA is sometime 2019.


As a former Oliver owner I would seriously consider going back to them if they make a “comfortable” 27footer. We moved to AS because of the living space, but I have not enjoyed all the additional maintenance and leak repair. Fiberglass is the way to go.
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