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Posted 11/12/08 1999 Airstream 19' Bambi For Sale! - Like new and little used. Floor still has protective plastic. Always kept at home. Includes load equalizing hitch and sway control. New battery. Easy to tow!

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Posted 8/24/06 For Sale: 1980 Excella 25 ft. twin bed model with bathroom in the rear. The sofa bed up front is missing the cushions but currently has a mattress. The awning material is not in good shape. Other than that it's in pretty good shape. Asking $6500

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1955 Airstream – a great restoration project

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1968 Sovereign – needs a lot of TLC

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2005 Quicksilver Bambi The owner of Mt Family RV brought this to an SNU rally for us to review.

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1984 29 foot Soverign Airstream Trailer, rear twin beds, center bath, larger Dometic refrigerator installed in 2004, original owner. The paint is peeling some on top.Owner says he had it serviced regularly, and kept it clean and waxed.It has two solar panels, heavier duty shocks, light truck tires, catalytic heater, and a short wave radio (he installed that to use as a telephone before cell phones became available). The curtains have all been replaced, and all woodwork has been refinished.

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1988 25' Excella Airstream for sale. It is in very good condition. The inside is still like new. The outside has the usual wear and tear. We just replaced over $3000 worth of sheet metal and a new front window shade cover from wind damage during travel.It has solar panels, window covers and reflective windows throughout, inverter, zip dee awning all around, stone guards, and load leveler hitch. Everything is operational

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