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Old 04-22-2021, 10:55 AM   #1
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Is there a market for a 1973 Sarari vintage interior?

Hi everyone! Brand new here. I am about to do a full renovation to a very clean '73 Safari. I'm curious if there are people looking for original parts, appliances, furniture, bathroom items, etc. Where would I post these items?

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bunk bed?

If you have a bunk bed I'm interested, Thanks
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Aeklund,

I'd like to provide a little advice that could pay-off for either you "or" someone else in the long run, and that is the following:

PLEASE, Please, please "Do Not" sell off, throw away, give away, burn, destroy anything from the trailer until you are 100% finished with your renovation. The reason is simple, there have been MANY, Many, many people that have purchased the vintage Airstream with the full intention of doing a full renovation, gutting and getting rid of the interior, then finding out it's a lot harder to complete the project than first thought with the compound curves in the bathroom, cabinets, etc.. wishing they still had the stuff as a pattern. Or, often times loosing interest or life changes not allowing them to finish the project then when it comes time to sell off the project, they have nothing left but a shell decreasing the value and the new owners wishing they had the stuff to finish the project.

Just a little advice. Remember, when its gone, it's gone.

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Old 04-26-2021, 06:56 PM   #6
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great advice, Paul!

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Aeklund,

I'd like to provide a little advice that could pay-off for either you "or" someone else in the long run, and that is the following:

PLEASE, Please, please "Do Not" sell off, throw away, give away, burn, destroy anything from the trailer until you are 100% finished with your renovation. The reason is simple, there have been MANY, Many, many people that have purchased the vintage Airstream with the full intention of doing a full renovation, gutting and getting rid of the interior, then finding out it's a lot harder to complete the project than first thought with the compound curves in the bathroom, cabinets, etc.. wishing they still had the stuff as a pattern. Or, often times loosing interest or life changes not allowing them to finish the project then when it comes time to sell off the project, they have nothing left but a shell decreasing the value and the new owners wishing they had the stuff to finish the project.

Just a little advice. Remember, when its gone, it's gone.

Enjoy,
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