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  1. Tinkstream
    Hey Bake..... I am completely impressed by the work and improvents you have put into your rig. I have a 97 limited, with Burgundy sun shades. This is my first and I absolutely love her very much. I want to polish mine, by myself, and am trying to find a link to photos or tips completed by you, along with procuring a couple of large gray and red clay bars to start. Excellent job, btw. Yours look wonderful...
  2. starfire104
    Hi bake315
    this is lyman bone trinity,tx. I don't know if you remeember but i sak you for the information on how you polished your rig.
    We were able to take our first trip in my 1995 34 the one that i found in a warehouse in dallas that had never been lived in.
    We took it to key west fl. For 5 weeks plus it was the best vac i have ever had and we are going to do a lot more.
    I am going to start my polishing soon will try to have it done to go to the airstream rally in glen rose, tx in may 12. Are you going would like to see you.
    We would still like to have you come by if you are in this area , will cook you a good meal. I have a concreat pad, water and elect. 30 amp so my friends can hook up.
    Look forward to hearing from you the pic of you rig looks great. I am going to post some of mine before and after when i get the polishing done.
    Lyman bone
    3238 fm 3188
    trinity,tx. 75862
    phone 936-594-8310
  3. william Haym
    Hi, your trailer looks fantastic. I have a similar trailer, 1 year older.
    Did you polish it yourself or did you have it professionallydone!!
  4. wally_winter
    Sir I sent you an email in another forum but thought I'd try this route as well, I am looking at a 1995 26' Excella Airstream that really appears to be in great shape on inspection. However, the outside needs a major overall, no dents but it just looks worn. There's a glaze that covers the aluminum siding, and it's peeling, I'd say probably about 50% of the glaze has peeled off. I called the Airstream dealership and spoke with the service man in ABQ NM this morning and he said you really can't polish anything of this late of a model. From reading one of your messages it sounds like you've had a great experience. My doesn't have to shine like a mirror but I'd like for it to have some wow factor when driving it down the hightway or parking it at a nice RV Park. I'd appreciate your advice. Also I have a brother who lives in Elgin just west of Austin. He lives on a small ranch, his name is Dan Goad. Just thought that was interesting. I digress occassionally. Ha! Thanks. Wally

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  • About bake315
    City
    Elgin
    State/Province
    Texas
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    Gender
    male
    Occupation
    Computer Support Supervisor - Austin Community College
    How far are you willing to drive to inspect?
    50 miles
    About My Tow Vehicle
    2002 Chevrolet 3500 LT 4X4 Crew Cab D/A
    Courtesy Parking
    No
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    1994 Airstream Classic Limited
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