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Exporting airstreams Niddy 8-3-04  
Setting up caravan park in Australia looking at importing 10 shells to refit out here in Oz. Havent a clue about exporting yet, anyone offering any support, advice ect would be a god send. Looking at 70,s style, 3 small 3 med 3 large and 1 extra large. Can dreams really come true?
Re: exporting airstreams Mark 9-9-04  
Hi! well, that dream is an easy one. I send airstreams to Japan regularly. so I'm sure it'd be easy to send to you.
I have one gutted vintage 1956 Flying cloud with a great body that I'm selling for $4000. Then it's $1500 to deliver to the docks in Los Angeles. then whatever the ocean shipping cost. To Japan used to be about $2500 per trailer, but I work directly with the shipping lines now and pay about $1500. to Japan. Down under probably is a bit higher, I don't know. I could check for your port if you respond to this. I have several other Airstreams, some "as is" and some finished. So we could talk
Mark
915-494-5349
Re: exporting airstreams NIDDY 9-20-04  
Hi Mark, had almost given up on getting any replies so I hadnt checked for a while. Have recently found that the trailers I was looking for were 5cm too wide for Aussie roads, that was on a 26ft CARAVANNER. So now looking at Safari 1970's era. Must have a very good kit out, mostly original and in full working order to impress the bank manager for future exporting. Still not sure how wide a Safari is though and it must arrive by container too as shipping is not only wildly expensive but the taxes here for importing are outrageous. If you have anything you feel "fits the bill" then I'd love to chat, thanks for getting in touch Mark, regards Niddy
Re: exporting airstreams Art Demlong 11-5-04  
I have a 31 ft 1976 International Airstream, that's fully operational. Last summer I had the water heater replaced. I'm in Prescott AZ (that's 90 miles North of Phoenix). Interior and Exterior are in excellent shape. Has twin beds in the rear.If you have an interest give me a call at 928-541-9004. Forgot the price $6,500
Re: exporting airstreams adele 1-23-05  
I have a 1963 Airstream Land Yacht single axle that i have been wrestling with the idea of selling for the last year. It served its purpose and was livable when I had a job away form home town. Now its more in the way as I moved to the job and I am in the city and hard to rent houses where I can keep the trailer. It needs some work now but was very livable a few years ago. Has some dings and dents on the outside. I would be interested in seeing any offers. Have title and tags good. Was going to list on e0bay but just curious.
Re: exporting airstreams adele 1-23-05  
I don't know if you can access my email to reply to so though I better post it.
snailcollect76@yahoo.com and put "airstream" in subject line or i'll think its spam.
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