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  1. Nibort
    03-24-2021 01:58 PM
    Greetings! Newbie to the forum and looking for help in potential purchase of 2011 International 23D. Hoping to hire for assistance in assessing value and if this is a good choice. My intention is to live full time in the Airstream next year. I can store it in my brother’s yard and he has an F-150 equipped to tow. He’s also a carpenter and able to make updates to interior. I need to purchase tow vehicle yet. I need to know more about all the things I don’t know to look and ask. I have pages of things to look for and ask about. I also fear that the owner was a smoker and smoked in the rig—can this ever be fully aired out and removed? Any help and insights are very much appreciated! Thank you!
  2. REDwyer
    11-11-2020 09:10 PM
    Hi there. I’m going to look at an airstream tomorrow that has been identified as a 1955 “safari” but based on my research, I don’t think so. I’ll ask the seller for a serial, but he doesn’t have a title but said he’d give me a notarized bill-of-sale. He states the body is 19ft long and the tongue is 3.5ft. I’ll attach the pictures in another comment.
  3. brennerk1
    Joe, Here is a photo of our Serial Number Tag on the camper. It is a 28' International with two twin beds and a pull out in front. The bathroom is in the back. Not sure what else I could add to the notes for this serial number for your research. If you have any questions please let me know.

  4. brennerk1
    Hi Joe, I was told that you are the guy to ask about the history of a WBCCI#. We just bought a 28' 1980 Airstream International. It is our first Airstream and we are looking forward to the airstream life and community. The other day we noticed at one time there was a WBCCI# on the front of the airstream. It was hard to make out but we think it reads 12118. The only history that we have is that it was own by the previous owner in Oklahoma and Colorado. Then it was owned by the previous owner just outside San Antonio, TX. We would really love to know the history of this camper. I hope you can help us out. Thank you
  5. hapas
    03-16-2020 11:56 AM
    Hello! I am new to this forum and Bubba asked that I contact you to verify VIN for a 58/59 Flying cloud... I cant attach the pic here but it says 22D-0239
  6. vwc
    12-28-2019 07:48 PM
    Hi, I read that you have been helping Blair Warren re the 1960 photo from the Colorado Springs Rally. I have connected with him also, because I know a few people in that picture. And have been going through my mother’s diaries to tell him about the times my parents and his grandparents and me spent on trips, 1957, 1958, 1959. I went to Mexico in ‘57 and I know the itinerary.
  7. corvettes
    Hi, Will you take $450 for the wheels and tires, as I assume they are 6 lug and will fit on any airstream. I am local in troy, so can pick up easily..thanks
  8. HCVA
    08-31-2018 02:18 PM
    Hello my Name is Mark Bonnalie. I just read the thread concerning the 1955 Airstream Romany Cruiser front kitchen model. I have PayPaled a $1000 deposit to a Joseph Knecht two hours ago. He has provided me with a photo of the title with his name on it matching the photos of the trailer.. I'm really worried and wanted to speak to you ASAP..
    My cell phone number is (208) 559-2465
  9. Dietmar
    07-01-2016 04:16 AM
    good morning,
    I am new to the forum, looking to buy my 1st AS an 1998 Excel 1000 31[/url] Looked at it yesterday: very clean & well maintained. "Significant" blemishes were three corner roof dents: one over a rivet line, but none seem to be a problem. No apparent water damage, no significant rust on visible steel/frame components. No outer skin/corrosion issues. Ceiling is up & intact. Inside is very clean with carpet removed in all but the bedroom. New AC, New tires, New Black Tank. My Question: 1. are there any typical problem areas for this age/type to look for?

    US: first time Rv'ers, planning to travel 6+ months/year. Our ideal trailer=28', this one is 31 - too big for a first unit? Can we get into BLM & State Parks? So many questions... THANKS so much for your time!

    PS: it's offered at 26K, I see an other identical one in Texas for 27.5. do you know the "typical" fair value?
  10. graysailor
    Thanks so much for the info. Airstream seems to make changes difficult. We also preferred to have the real recliners rather then the sofa but Airstream said no. Thanks again.

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