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Tint or not?
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Trying to decide if I want to tint all of the windows on my trailer or not. My airconditioner does a great job of keeping the interior cool and our curtains cover well enough that we've had no fading…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob hum Sep 13, 2018.

 

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I'm adding this group for any vintage aluminum eggs from Airstream to Spartan and all in between. You are welcome if you own an aluminum egg or are just interested. Would prefer to focus on pre 1985 but again all are welcome.See More
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What's your camper's Brand, i.e. Travco, Shasta, etc.
Argosy
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Hartselle, Alabama
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Have owned our 1973 Argosy 24 for 17 years. She is in restored condition inside and out. If we travel anywhere that requires an over night stay our Argosy is in tow.
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German made Tabbert Contessa de

Does anyone have any experience with a German made caravan in the states? A mechanic buddy of mine has a 1989 Tabbert Contessa De. It is a single axle and appears to be made in general UK caravan fashion, ie no wall or ceiling studs. I haven't been able to get pictures yet but of the ones he has shown to me it appears to be in great shape.

Posted on May 3, 2018 at 1:04pm

Making a rock tamer

So back in August the wife and I were pulling our Argosy to my mother in laws house some 60 miles due north. Unfortunately my wife's father had passed so we were going prepared to stay for the weekend. We didn't leave home until after dark on a Thursday evening. So in a construction zone of a two lane stretch of the journey we ran over what appeared to be a painted 2x6x8 laid across our lane of traffic.…

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