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Old 08-10-2005, 05:03 AM   #1
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Airstream roll over

Here is a photo of an 2004 Airstream CCD 28' which was involved in a roll-over accident . Wow! I hope everyone was ok.
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Old 08-10-2005, 07:29 AM   #2
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Wow, that sure isn't pretty, but at the same time, I amazed that there is anything left at all.
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Old 08-10-2005, 08:46 AM   #3
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There's not much left that's for sure. It's currently listed on e-bay if you want to see more pics. P.
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Old 08-10-2005, 09:39 AM   #4
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call my buddy firefighter.........he will buy it....ha ha
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what is the auction### where is it located?
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Old 08-10-2005, 12:27 PM   #6
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It is located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada which is north of the Dakota's. Several components have been stolen already according to the detail, like the wheels, propane tanks, lights. Also, depending on how long it's been crashed that area had a very wet spring and early summer atypical of their usual high heat so there could be damage from rain. I have a friend going to take a look and find out what's really left and if it's in reuseable shape e.g. fridge, stove, furnace, water heater, converter etc. When you see the pictures you will get a good idea of just how beat up this puppy really is. It shows wheels but the notes say they have since grown legs.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...%3ASS%3AUS%3A1

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Old 08-10-2005, 12:47 PM   #7
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Not much left to recover if you ask me! Missing both the alcoa wheels and the tanks.... there goes the biggest portion of money!
This statement "The frame is good" is followed by "The main door is perfect, but frame is bent so not to lock" Ummmm. Frame is good?
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Do let us know what your buddy thinks after inspecting it in person!

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My take on it would be that other than the remaining appliances and a few other bits and pieces she's basically scrap. P
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"This statement "The frame is good" is followed by "The main door is perfect, but frame is bent so not to lock" Ummmm. Frame is good?"

He probably means that the chassis is good, but the door frame is bent. It looks like the front and rear end caps took the brunt of the damage. The sides look to be surprisingly straight, considering the damage on the ends and how its laid over on the chassis.

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Oh My!!!

Well let's see....

I don't see a hensley or a reese dual cam.

Is that a knuckle for an anti sway bar???

What a shame.

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speaking of hensley and duel cam how do you install these? i found a bunch of stuff in the storage area behind the propane tanks,looks like hitch stuff but i have no idea?
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Oh boy, that hurts!!!
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The one picture shows an extream case of rear seperation!
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with seperation like that it must be a 77 rear bath,,,,,,,,
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Spoke to an RV repairman today. His comment was that anything propane that has taken that kind of beating has to be a concern about cracks/leaks internally and he would personally never take that kind of a gamble with his or his family's lives at stake. Raised a good point, you bounce something like a fridge, stove, water heater, furnace or whatever end over end at high speed which is something it's never been designed to accommodate and can you ever trust it no matter how cheaply it can be acquired? One thing about it, an SOB trailer would have been a pile of wood, insulation and glass spread out across a wide stretch of prairie. Barry
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Well let's see....

I don't see a hensley or a reese dual cam.

Is that a knuckle for an anti sway bar???

What a shame.
It does look like a knuckle for friction A/S. And I do not see any saddles for W/D setup neither...
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Wow, that sure isn't pretty, but at the same time, I amazed that there is anything left at all.
Years ago, I was involved in some litigation (not a party) resulting from a Jayco travel trailer that rolled over. What was left of that is very easy to describe: a nearly perfect flat-bed trailer.
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