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  1. fabulasfav
    Hi Nashville, I`m just starting to do a little work on the outside of my 1972 31 foot sovereign. I`m in the process of sealing around the vista windows and the crank windows and I`m wanting to polish them before resealing them. I need some advise about the polishing process. I`m using Nuvlite F on a wool bonet. It seem to being doing the job but I`m usind up the 1lb jar quickly. The question are, how much pressure to use, at what speed on a varerable speed polisher from Harber Freight, and what is the black red and white bar you were useing and where did you get them? Also can you expect to be able to remove scratches of various depth with a polishing system? Your project look good. Boyd
  2. cruiser54
    Hello fellow 50's owner, welcome! Super cool Ambassador! Wishing you a great time...
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Posted 10-14-2011 at 09:14 PM by Nashville Comments 0
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Dirty work done...now for cyclo and trouble spots

Posted 10-14-2011 at 03:37 PM by Nashville Comments 0
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Our commercial wiring requirement called for a 50amp 125/250v connection. We went with the Furrion system. It's classy, well engineered, and easy to use. We love it.

Posted 10-14-2011 at 03:18 PM by Nashville Comments 0
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1st cut completed on the curb side. Combo of black, red, and white bars. On polisher #3 because #1 and #2 burnt out. There are no short cuts in polishing an old AS.....you will be filthy dirty, sweaty, tired, and sore. Bret is working the 1st cut around the rear and down the street side now. He will finish up with the top. Once the 1st cut is complete and the trouble spots are worked out with extra attention...... we will transition to the cyclo for polishing.

Posted 10-11-2011 at 06:16 PM by Nashville Comments 0
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There is no escaping the reality of polishing a 50+ year old Airstream. It's a Dirty Job. Ask Bret.

Posted 09-14-2011 at 09:56 AM by Nashville Comments 3
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We have been looking for a tow vehicle that would compliment the 1959 Hindenburger in both style and era. Since our tow vehicle will also support the generator and other support functions, we wanted to find a panel truck from the same vintage year group. Three days ago we found and purchased a 1960 Ford F100 panel truck. She has a 302/C-4 with front disk brakes and R&P steering. Solid truck...just needs some TLC to get her dressed for the party. So we now have the 59 towed by a 60....the way...
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