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Old 08-05-2003, 05:20 PM   #1
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exterior vinyl molding

coargosy78. The dealer I use is in Gainesville, Fl and does not use a toll
free number. I also doubt if they have mail order. Small operation, but I was able to get the 50foot roll, 1/2 for the exterior of my 1976 trade wind. If I got
a good price, good for me. But that is what they charged me, 12.00 plus tax.
I feel honored by you comments and Chas's for the good price I got.

Also about 10 minutes from my house is a RV junk yard, I get parts from their also.
They do not do mail order either. They have about 5 airstreams in there. The latest is a 2003 Bambi, people left the dealer and lost it, rolled it a couple of times, 20miles from the dealership. What a crushed mess the Bambi is. Including the $36,000 they paid for it. Quite pricey in my opinion. Hope they insureance.

they also have one that burned up and one where a big tree feel on it. Quite a interesting place. Makes one more safety conscious.

Use a weight distributing system for all airstream trailers, makes for a safer and longer attachement to your TT.

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Old 08-09-2003, 09:54 AM   #2
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Hi DCFL - sorry i didn't see this post earlier. Wanted to thank you for posting your $12./roll info on the Blue Molding thread. It made me do some investigative work and I thought I had contacted the dealer you used, but seeing this post, I guess I did not. But, I did end up with the blue insert molding for $13/roll from a dealer who must be close to you (he said he services the Ft. White area). JD Saunder was who i dealt with and they couldn't have been nicer. I posted his #800 number and think it has helped several people here save a bit of cash. That is what i think makes this forum so very unique....people here seem so willing to share info and help (it always puts a smile on my face when the day sometimes holds so many downs) Anyway, if not for your post to inspire me, I would not have found them and it makes me feel good to give a very nice dealer some business and other owners of AS here a good deal, not to mention my getting the same!!!!! Thanks again for starting the positive vibrations!! Leigh
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