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Old 04-26-2008, 09:19 PM   #1
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1974 31' Sovereign
1970 31' Sovereign
1962 26' Overlander
1979 28' Airstream Excella 28
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Old 'news'

Okay..we've been newbies for about a month or so now..maybe more..but we haven't posted any photos till, that makes us Old "news" - get it? okay..well, it's late
Everyone always says they LOOOOVE to see pics - so if you're interested in ours - check them out under member photos - Kevnali1414...We are open to ANY & ALL suggestions anyone has for our empty shell..we are trying to find things to fit properly..and cost effectively..but, it's a little harder than we thought...
Hopefully we will be posting more and more pics as we progress through our latest project!
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Old 04-26-2008, 09:40 PM   #2
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Just read your post and haven't gone to the member photos yet to check out your rig... you know you can always post a "teaser" or two right in the forum posting...

We have a 1955 Flying Cloud that is empty too... Hubby wants to return it to as original as we can... looking at the marks on the walls from what was once there and lots of archive photos and diagrams to figure it all out. Here is his thread and his "diagrams" he generates on his computer... (toward the end)

If you are wanting to really personalize your trailer, I suggest you take in a rally or two... check out the rally calendar and find some near you and go. You will have an opportunity to check out other folks' rigs and talk with them. It will give you a good idea of things you like and don't like. Take your camera (we all love to have folks take pics of our rigs...) and snap shots of things you particularly like. That should give you some ideas of where to start!

You might want to explore the layouts on the different models at the Vintage Airstream Photo Archives... pretty interesting.

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We have seen some folks who have completely redesigned their interiors and some have gone very "Moderne" and simple...

What kind of things are you thinking about?

Mrs. NorCal Bambi traveling in S Tardis ~ from the Great State of Jefferson
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