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Old 09-25-2018, 12:36 PM   #1
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Beautifully restored, all new interior, wiring, plumbing, heating and propane. Starting to roll this week, from Kelowna to LA.

Hope to get to know some other AS owners.

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Old 09-25-2018, 05:29 PM   #2
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Just waiting to pick up our new 27 GT. It should have been delivered to Can
Am yesterday; however, still in production and should be at dealer this week hopefully. It actually should have been at the dealer July 31st but that is a whole other story. Planning on picking it up Oct. 4th and hitting the road Oct. 13 across Canada and down the west coast to Arizona where we have been going for many years.

Will be dropping my wife off along the way to fly home perhaps Portland or San Fran.

Will be passing somewhere by LA. Have been through there many times and probably bypass somewhere (perhaps ten 7-10 times) Every time I have been in LA it has been on a motorcycle. It will be new experience with a trailer. A much slower pace. That is the whole idea.

You never know if maybe see you on the road.

Your trailer looks great! I have never used instagram but I seem to enjoy this forum so far!
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Old 09-25-2018, 05:35 PM   #3
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Outstanding looking AS! I need sunglasses to look at it with that awesome shine!

Have fun and be SAFE!
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Old 09-25-2018, 08:19 PM   #4
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Hello from Colorado: Very nice looking Airstream and I bet it is as solid as it looks. Be careful of those Corning curved glass windows. Replacements are hard to get. Same with the door lockset. The unique parts in the late sixties trailers can be hard to come by.

I had a 66 Trade Wind 24', one size smaller than your Overlander. I spent some three years making that old trailer better. I sold it a year ago as I was complete with the projects I wanted to do. See photo. Then I bought a 75 Overlander 27' and the fun has started all over again.

A guy gets to know his trailer very well when he tears it all apart and puts it back together again. You will get to know your Overlander very well I'm sure.

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Old 09-26-2018, 09:06 AM   #5
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Outstanding looking AS! I need sunglasses to look at it with that awesome shine!

Have fun and be SAFE!
Thanks so much; hope we can keep her buffed!
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Old 09-26-2018, 09:09 AM   #6
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Hello from Colorado: Very nice looking Airstream and I bet it is as solid as it looks. Be careful of those Corning curved glass windows. Replacements are hard to get. Same with the door lockset. The unique parts in the late sixties trailers can be hard to come by.

I had a 66 Trade Wind 24', one size smaller than your Overlander. I spent some three years making that old trailer better. I sold it a year ago as I was complete with the projects I wanted to do. See photo. Then I bought a 75 Overlander 27' and the fun has started all over again.

A guy gets to know his trailer very well when he tears it all apart and puts it back together again. You will get to know your Overlander very well I'm sure.

David
Thanks David, yours is a beauty!
We're learning more every day, hopefully she survives our trials and errors!
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