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Old 08-05-2006, 10:48 PM   #15
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I was a technician for Airstream's dealer meeting at Caesar's Palace a couple of months ago. Fun show, hard to stay focused on the job. Anyway, they had two Basecamps. They're big and shiny and kind of look like giant chariots. I thought they looked pretty cool. Like some of the previous post mentioned, once I started poking around it seemed like a lot of trailer, heavy, expensive and didn't really do that much. Although it was good for hauling a dirt bike. (Which I don't do.) One design element that surprised me was the rear door, which is also the only door. It's aided with hydralics, but still a lot of effort just to get in and out. No doubt it's a well made trailer. It's an Airstream. However, glass suits me just fine.

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Old 08-10-2006, 08:27 AM   #16
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Looks cool ,but for the lbs differance and limited function. I'll stick to my silver scamp. It holds my scooter just fine.

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