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  1. ROBERT CROSS
    Jim,

    Thought you'd get a kick out of this....
    A first place winner at an indoor kite competition. [VIDEO]

    Bob
  2. la nomade
    thank you jim ...all this good input and info is so helpfull ..i find navigating this forum very interesting,i am in a different section this time...any ideas about the propane gage?it used to be on the tank and was changed at some point to the panel inside,above the stove..it reads full at all times....
  3. BAB BMRZ
    04-20-2011 02:57 PM
    BAB BMRZ
    Jim:
    If you don't mind my asking. Where did you get your axle work done.
  4. Greg C
    08-17-2009 12:51 PM
    Greg C
    Hello Jim,
    I just bought an 1983 27 ft. Excella and I am in the process of fixing it up a little.
    It was in good condition as far as I could tell but the more I inspect it the more repairs I see it needs. I noticed that the inside wheels covers (under the single beds) are broken around all the screw heads. I am woundering if this could have been caused by bad axles. I hope to be able to ask you other stuff about the trailer until the service manual I ordered comes in.
    Thanks, Greg C.
  5. NavyDavesCvl
    Thanks. Finally got around to checking this forum. It's very big and hard at finding the questions I need answered-but I'll keep plugging along. I did order an axle from Inland RV 4 weeks ago- hopefully it comes in this week. I figured I do the welding on the floor when I get the axle. Floor had some soft spots- tore it up- frame was real bad. It's odd how much deterioration the frame has on this Caravel. That 58 serro scotty in my profile pic sat in the woods for over 30 years and the only frame rot it had was the tongue.
  6. NavyDavesCvl
    Hello,
    I came across your name from the "cool custom improvements." Cool idea, by the way, I might give that a try later on. Right now, my question is about tires, wheels, and possibly a new axle. In need of recommendations for my newly bought 65 Caravel-which is still sitting at its current location at the owners summer cottage. I've been on this forum since 9pm. I keep getting sidetracked. So if ya could give me any info. I thankyou.
  7. Airstrm Drm
    Hi Jim and Lynn, Hope all is well with you. We've discovered a couple of leaking windows in our AS. Either you or Bob mentioned a place in Olympia that works on Airstreams. Can you tell me the name? Thanks, Karen

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  • About Jim Foster
    City
    Walnut Grove/Laguna Woods
    State/Province
    California
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    Gender
    male
    WBCCI #
    6620
    Trailer #1
    1965 17' Caravel
    Trailer #2
    1983 27' Excella
    Other Interests
    Street Rodding, Sport Kite Flying
    Occupation
    Retired
    About My Tow Vehicle
    1947 Chevy Street Rod Coupe
    Courtesy Parking
    No
  • Signature
    Past President, El Camino Real Unit WBCCI#6620
    Street Rod Builder (see avatar)
    Kite flier (check out links below)
    http://www.youtube.com/my_videos?feature=mhee
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6y1_U2XQ0bI

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