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Old 10-06-2011, 08:35 AM   #21
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@ Cameron, do you know of any one in Vancouver doing good repairs and restorations on Airstreams? You know anything under 10K is going to be a project!
@ Kevin, are you saying the Argosy is in Alberta??
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Old 10-06-2011, 08:49 AM   #22
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No, I'm saying there's a 1978 23' Airstream in Alberta you might want to consider. Click on the link to see the trailer ad.

Prices can vary - we paid way less than $10k and ours wasn't a project.
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:49 PM   #23
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@ Cameron, do you know of any one in Vancouver doing good repairs and restorations on Airstreams? You know anything under 10K is going to be a project!
Sorry, no I don't. Yes, chances are any trailer that is getting close to 40 years old is going to need work. That work will cost you time and money, or someone else's time and even more of your money. Maybe factor that possibility into the equation and raise your budget to get a newer unit, needing little or no work.
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I paid 8 k for my "restored" 72 Tradewind, a liitle high as I put a new fridge in it soon as I got her home. Over the next 1.5 yrs I put another 8k in it for everything from a furnace to axles to custom curtains and wood veneer paneling. Month after I was done she got stolen.
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