Went to PPL yesterday
Another Laborers couple went with us yesterday to PPL just to see what there is to see. None of us had ever been there before. WOW!!! They actually had two Airstreams there, one of which is of a size and price that it might have been interesting to us (late 90's 30' Excella). The greeter said that it was being cleaned up, and we would need a sales person to take us through it, so we elected to see the other coaches on our lists before lunch and then look at the Airstream after lunch. A salesman was available right away, so he went to find the keys. No luck at first, so we started walking around the lot. By the time we walked around the corner and found the Airstream he had found the keys and unlocked the door, so we were the first "tourists" for that coach.
The outside is a bit rough-looking, but no major damage. Inside, though, it looks like previous owners had tried to fix things with whatever was at hand rather than doing things correctly. A shelf in the overhead cabinets in the bedroom broke, and it is more or less tacked back together. It is probably strong enough to hold a small bag of cotton balls, though. The pocket door for the bathroom has a nail stuck through it it so that it doesn't go all the way back into the pocket.
Someone who wants a project might find this one a good one. It doesn't look like there is anything majorly wrong with it, but then I didn't do a thorough inspection.Price seems reasonable for the condition.
David Lininger, kb0zke
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