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Salvage airstream John Freeman 7-13-09  
I have a 30' 1969 or 1970 Airstream which I bought to be refurbished. Intended to gut much of it; save what I could.

Before I could, sadly, a 60' Loblolly pine fell directly over the bedroom.

I have no idea whether it's possible or desirable to completely gut it and attempt to hammer it back into some kind of shape, or just salvage it for parts and/or scrap metal.

It's still towable with good tires and wheel bearings (add-on trailetr lights)

Anyone with interest or suggestions, please let me know. It's going on craigslist as a free towaway soon unless I know better.

Thanks!
(Austin TX area)
Re: salvage airstream Julian 9-23-09  
You have any pictures. I have been looking for a salvage airstream to convert into a food cart. Please send if possible.
Re: salvage airstream philip lester 10-13-09  
Is it still avail?
Re: salvage airstream mike 10-28-09  
Do you still have the air stream
I need a front nose unit
Re: salvage airstream james trivett 2-23-10  
The scap aluminum is worth at least five hundred dollars so dont just give her away.where are you located?if it were mine I would fix it. If you cant pound sluminum drill out the rivits send it to a body shop and have them do it..I love these old things.. If it looks bad..Paint it cheaply and use it.it would just be an argosy...GOD BLESS JIMMY T
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