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Old 03-19-2017, 02:46 PM   #1
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1979 31' Sovereign
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My husband and I are the proud owners of a 1979 Airstream 31' I drug home from New Mexico. There's lots and lots of work ahead but I enjoy the process on vintage cars so about time we did something we can use into our retirement. (I'm 48 will take us that long I'm betting) thanks in advance for your patience with my questions and ignorance. Michelle SharpClick image for larger version

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