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  1. VinnyVici
    Hi there, I am currently deployed overseas but have been in touch with a seller in Nashville regarding a 1975 31' International. I get back in a few weeks but I was hoping to find someone who knows what they are looking at to check it out. Not sure how this works exactly, please let me know if this is something you'd be willing to do. Thanks!
  2. cole3444
    09-28-2018 12:36 PM
    cole3444
    I still have it, just let me know. I live in Soddy Daisy
  3. tujeeze
    08-23-2017 02:36 PM
    tujeeze
    Hello crestonsrv's, I am looking for someone to inspect an Airstream trailer in Nashville, do you or can you recommend someone who could do that? Thanks, Glenn Glover
  4. Clipper 0109
    Hi
    My Name is John. Do you know how I might get some plans for a Clipper (1953 about) by Silver Streak? I want to redo the trailer to the frame. It seems very solid at this point. I will also need some stove parts and some other parts (furnace, sink has a hand operated pressuring pump right at sink, maybe some furnace parts). Thanks for your time. John
  5. Cathy Libby
    Love your trailer.
  6. joeyjohn
    01-03-2009 03:48 PM
    joeyjohn
    hello again,
    is it still empty?
    did you already remove the original pipe frame?
    may have found one in Ohio for 6,000...
    are you looking for very much more?
    I have to ask because there is a beauty in NC...but the guy is NUTS!!!
    have more skill and desire to restore than cash...but like you know what you have...I know what i want...i want a weewind...for myself, not to flip to a european.
    any pics of where it stands now?
  7. joeyjohn
    12-15-2008 08:23 AM
    joeyjohn
    would you ever sell the weewind?
    have been looking for one that is empty and unrestored
    thank you
  8. slval
    09-18-2008 05:50 PM
    slval
    Hello, I am looking for Some furniture for a 1994. It looks like you have a crushed unit. Is the furn for sale? Thanks

About Me

  • About crestonrv
    City
    crossville
    State/Province
    Tennessee
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    Gender
    male
    Trailer #1
    1948 16' Wee Wind
    Trailer #2
    1964 26' Overlander
    Trailer #3
    2007 19' Bambi
    Other Interests
    airstreams,purple martin houses,birder,photography
    Occupation
    rv tech shop owner
    Inspector Type
    Trailer Inspector
    How far are you willing to drive to inspect?
    50
    About My Tow Vehicle
    93 chevy dually diesel 4wd
    Courtesy Parking
    Yes
    Courtesy parking details...
    call for space avail.overnight only

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  • Last Activity: 09-26-2018 09:15 AM
  • Join Date: 06-04-2006
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Posted 02-21-2016 at 12:25 AM by crestonrv Comments 0
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haven't been here in a while .
just a thought , do a lot of vintage work here and lately it seems a lot of folks are stripping skin from interior ? I don,t get it .
this manner of construction uses the air gap between the walls for insulation and works better that most of the sob"s , the wiring can be redone without pulling skin , the subfloor can be replaced without pulling the body ( there is a right and wrong way to do it )
the idea of pulling the interior and disposing...

Posted 02-27-2010 at 12:56 AM by crestonrv Comments 0
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well got time in on her today. was wrong rear xmember was not rusted , was looking at top of holding tank box. rear xmember was never installed 1rst xmem is 38" forward of bumper. fixed tht first welded in new 10 ga formed channel x member. have local steel fab shop that makes stuff like that for me very reasonable 25.00 for 8' 10 ga. c channel. also installed a center bar 1/8" 2 by 2 tube stock, this will allow me to split the rear flooring plywood and install under the walls with a lot...

Posted 02-06-2010 at 07:34 PM by crestonrv Comments 0
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got some time in on her today decided to get her towable! new pigtail with 7 way bargman plug. eliminated round pin connector at front wall, that was a brilliant idea lets add an extranious plug at front wall so we have even more problems with light and brake wiring:-) is gone now. sockets were rotted in tail lights so pulled them out ground off rivets holding sockets to buckets and riveted in new 1s i swiped off a pair of contemporary lights had hanging on wall, probably cost me more than going...

Posted 01-24-2010 at 04:51 PM by crestonrv Comments 0
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got her gutted this weekend, at least most of it. rain prevented the removal of furnace and water heater,has to be done partially from out side as am saving the exterior for reinstall with the new appls.
the rear floor is rotted away as expected ! also the last crossmember is rusted in 1/2 at center and will need replaced. was planning on pulling the belly anyway so no big deal. found cool stuff while at it, lic. plates from ohio 1965 and 66 says housecar on them, how cool is that. the original...

Posted 01-18-2010 at 12:19 AM by crestonrv Comments 1
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i have been rebuilding airstreams as long as i can remember started on a 66 bambi in 72 i think ,was wrecked.
am just getting started on a 64 overlander 26'. bad flooring , whats new. the back behind toilet is gone. will seal the heck out of the rear bump rail when i'm done as i do on everyone that i rebuild, thats not the thought today .
today i'm thinking about refers, no more absorption refers for me.. for the last few years i have been putting in mini refers (dorm refers) with inverters...
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