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Old 07-19-2003, 02:17 PM   #15
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http:/www.vintage-vacations.com/61airstream_3.htm

This is the address. How do I linkify? Thanks Jana. I tried following your tips but got lost in the middle. I never did see a reply option. Don't give up on me I'm trainable. Pizza in the bathtub, anyone?
Not very many people can follow my instructions so your not alone. :wak but you figured it out anyway. That's the main thing.
You think they still make those tubs? that just might fit in the back.
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Old 07-19-2003, 02:25 PM   #16
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It seems like any RV-sized tub would do, Jana. You'd just need to have a cover custom-fitted so the thing would be a bench in the daytime. I like the idea; rig a shower curtain enclosure... much better than what we were talking about a few months back, with the shower pan out in the middle of the floor.

Of course, I still wouldn't want the tub to be under the bed area - but as a bench at a dinette would work okay, I'd expect.

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Old 07-19-2003, 02:43 PM   #17
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It's a great site. They do amazing work. I first heard of it in a post by Eric C. So I'll pass the thanks along to him. I emailed Craig and asked about the tub. He said in came with the trailer and he didn't know where to get another. I thought it was a new one, maybe they had it re gel coated. The closest I came searching the web was a shower pan for an airstream for $495. So I guess I can't afford a tub. I've never worked with fiberglass... Is this something you could make? Or are even fiberglass materials very expensive? Anyway I think it's pretty cool.
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Old 07-22-2003, 11:49 AM   #18
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Nice Trailer!

Man I love wood! Too bad it is so heavy! I wouldnt want to get a leak in that one. I would cry WAY too hard!
Thanks for the head up on the site.
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