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Old 06-01-2005, 06:37 PM   #1
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I bought this camper and it has been parked for 25 years or a little longer it is shaped like a airstreeme trailer it has been painted white years ago. The man I got if form is going to try to find the Title he said it was a 1949 year model, it has a roof over it and a enclosed pourch addited on to it. It has got a door on the back side, with metal cabinets in it. I had to buy this to get the lot a the campground I payed a lot more than it is worth and the owner did much want to update his campground he rented it out to people fishing
Would this be worth keeping or what?
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Old 06-01-2005, 06:37 PM   #2
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I bought this camper and it has been parked for 25 years or a little longer it is shaped like a airstreeme trailer it has been painted white years ago. The man I got if form is going to try to find the Title he said it was a 1949 year model, it has a roof over it and a enclosed pourch addited on to it. It has got a door on the back side, with metal cabinets in it. I had to buy this to get the lot a the campground I payed a lot more than it is worth and the owner did much want to update his campground he rented it out to people fishing
Would this be worth keeping or what?
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Old 06-03-2005, 04:05 AM   #3
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Jim,

Would probably be worth something to someone. Where is it? Sometimes you just have to get someone else's trash out of the way in order to make room for your own stuff.
If it's actually an old Airstream someone will buy it from you if the price is right.
Maybe you could post some pictures.

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Steve,
The camper is in Rocky Mount Va. I got it moved last week all tires were flat had to put old used ones on it. That was a job several of the lug nuts broke off but I had enouth left to move it. The man that I got it from has a farm about 3 miles from there. So I pulled it over there he said he would store wood & things in it. It looked pretty Rought when we got it out to see it Jim
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Well, whatever you put on the site, enjoy it. In my work (fixing RVs) I get to work on lots of trailers that never move from where they're planted. Those folks enjoy theirs just as much as we who drag 'em all over.

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