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Pick 12-22-2002 09:26 AM

AS Picture in USA Weekend!
 
Page 7 shows Joaquin Phoenix sitting in front of a Vintage Airstream. USA Weekend is a small feature magazine included with many Sunday papers.

Kistler 12-22-2002 04:24 PM

Noticed that here in Tucson in THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR. What do you supposed that filler cap is on the front??

Kistler

Pick 12-22-2002 05:15 PM

My first guess would be a fresh water tank.

Kistler 12-22-2002 05:57 PM

I forgot to compliment you on your pics; you are kind to post them. So how many dollars is the top decker (approximately)...

Kistler

flyfshr 12-22-2002 08:47 PM

OK, somebody post a picture...
 
because the AZ Republic doesn't have that section. I'd like to see what you guys are talking about. Does the article or caption mention anything of the vintage Airstream?

Brad

InsideOut 12-22-2002 09:45 PM

Okay...here it is ~
 
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Nope flyfshr, no story...basically, the article is just a series of "extra" pictures that USA Weekend had taken over the past year for other stories that weren't used in those articles. So they used them as a year-end special photo section...I've attached the picture & caption below.

Shari

flyfshr 12-22-2002 11:13 PM

Thanks Shari...
 
about a '56 or '57 model if I would say, judging by the type of windows and number of skins on the front.

Brad

Action 12-23-2002 11:56 AM

Was A/C an option in the 50's? And shouldn't the windows be a jalously type if built before 1964?

>>>>>>>Action

Pick 12-23-2002 12:54 PM

That looks like a newer Duo-Therm AC to me, Action.

InsideOut 12-23-2002 01:47 PM

I concur with flyfshr & pick...I think it's probably a '57 Flying Cloud with an aftermarket A/C. Check out these pictures from www.vintageairstream.com archives.

Shari

http://www.vintageairstream.com/floy...CExtleftfr.jpg


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