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    Hi, I took photos of my blizzard A/C units using my cell phone. The photos are not downloading onto my computer and AIR FORUMS does not support finger swipe to send them from my phone. The easiest thing to do would be to reply with your email or WBCCI # and I'll look up your email in the directory. ~A

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Posted 11-11-2016 at 06:39 AM by LittleGreen1 Comments 0
My next step was to address a problem with the frame of my Airstream. A couple of years ago when I'd first bought the trailer, I gave it a good cleaning and did a basic inventory of items that needed repair. One of the things I'd noticed was that the A-frame (consisting of the A-shaped steel members at the front of the trailer and the coupler that accepts the ball you tow with) had rusted out badly in one area. Knowing that at some point in the future I'll want to do a shell-off restoration...

Posted 11-08-2016 at 09:50 AM by LittleGreen1 Comments 0
Once you've generally figured out the budget to fix your vintage Airstream [find some suggestions on how to do that here], the next step is to figure out when all of the work is going to happen. How do you prioritize what's most important? How do you get all of the pieces of the puzzle to fall into place?

First, print out a copy of your budget; itís essentially a list of all the tasks that need to be done, and all of the materials you need to order. When youíve looked online,...

Posted 11-06-2016 at 08:07 AM by LittleGreen1 Comments 0
Understanding the costs to renovate a vintage Airstream and figuring out the sequence of work can be very daunting. Initially, I didn't have those concerns at all - it's easy to get swept up in the excitement of picking up your trailer on eBay or Craigslist and figuring that with a little clean up, you'll be ready to start your adventures. I suppose that's true to some extent. But, having taken this approach myself, it was months after I'd bought my first trailer that I'd gotten an idea of...

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