[tcb] Re: (no subject)

  • From: Will Wood <evilscientistboo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 15:59:53 -0500 (GMT-05:00)

Yeah but at 3K lbs you'll be changing engines every other trip.  I like 
airstreams, don't get me wrong, but Eriba's
are nice... ;-)

But you can always find one of these..


-----Original Message-----
>From: Sammie Smith <slsmith@xxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Sep 25, 2006 3:55 PM
>To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [tcb] Re: (no subject)
>Whew Will.  I'm for from an expert on travel trailers; but the polished 
>aluminum look of the Airstream Bambi is just awesome.  I think if you put 
>them side by side anyone over 40 would always pick the airstream.  It would 
>be kind of like comparing a polished aluminum P-51 to a cameo painted C-47.
>At 03:49 PM 9/25/2006, you wrote:
>>The Eriba Puck from what I hear is the Caddilac in this type of use.  Why 
>>would you go with a Bambi?
>>-----Original Message-----
>> >From: Sammie Smith <slsmith@xxxxxxxxx>
>> >Sent: Sep 25, 2006 3:01 PM
>> >To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >Subject: [tcb] (no subject)
>> >
>> >Ok, I did some quick research on the Bambi trailer.  Length evidently is
>> >either 16 or 17' depending on who you read.  However, apparently this
>> >includes bumper to hitch.  The body would appear to be about 12' maybe
>> >13'.  Haven't found a weight.  Couldn't be too heavy.  Made the last one
>> >apparently in 64.  Found a few for sale, one in San Antonio Peter, and the
>> >asking prices for what appears to be rather nice ones seems to be in a
>> >$12,000-$16,000 range.  But I will tell you they are really awesome in
>> >person and would look fantastic pulled behind a Type II, split or bay
>> >irrelevant.
>> >Sammie
>> >
>> >

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