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Old 04-25-2005, 07:19 PM   #1
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Just bought a 1975 Sovergeign. This is our 3 rd Airstream now. Had a 1971 Overlander and traded it at our first international Rally in 1998 at Bosie Idaho. Found a one owner 1972 Sovereign there and have enjoyed it for a few years. Still have the 1972, but upgraded to a 1975 now and like it. After I transfer a few better parts we will probaly sell the 1972. Our 1975 has the light interior and this makes the trailer seem bigger. This trailer was sold new in Pensacola Florida, and we are now the keepers of it. It is in good condition and we shall strive to make it even better. We mostly attend rallies at Mystic Springs Airstream park, but plan to full time shorty. Parked next to a polished 31 ft. Excella ( the same one on the Blue Beret cover) at the April Vintage rally and am getting the polishing bug now. Hopefully I will come to my senses soon.
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Welcome to the forums! You’ll find many friends here. Always glad to see folks with ‘Steam experience join (we’re really new to this). We have family in Ft. Walton, maybe we’ll see you down that way sometime.

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Old 04-25-2005, 09:28 PM   #3
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Old 04-25-2005, 11:37 PM   #4
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I am also new here and just purchased a 1975 Tradewind. According to the little plate riveted to the lower front panel it was manufactured in May of 75 so it's almost 30 years old but in great shape.
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You can decypher the v.i.n. by taking a look here and determine the actual year, etc.


http://www.airstream.com/airstream/p...pre1980vin.pdf

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