Originally Posted by Donna D.
2011 and beyond... the buzz word is "adaptable." Change the things you can, don't worry about those that you can't, do the best you can.
You are correct. I will remember this. It helped!
Both of my parents have passed away in the last few years. We made several great auto trips together. My Dad and I made several after my Mom passed away six years ago. My Dad always wanted to RV but my Mom's idea of roughing it was a Holiday Inn without a restaurant.
Mom did not like the idea at all when I bought the Argosy and towed it to their house. But within a day, she was calling up all her lady-friends, inviting them over and saying "Come look at what I've got!"
And to keep this on topic...
The early Argosys looked like painted Airstreams, same basic shape although made slightly different underneath the paint
, Some of the later crop of Argosy and Land-Yacht trailers, those from '86-91, were bonded fiberglass, some were not. Even with the rounded corners of mine, I have some photos of the same trailer with sharper corners, not as rounded. And the model dates always overlapped with Airstream products. Airstream experimented with this line for six years. Too bad the Airstream company continued to raise the price until after six years, the Argosy/Land Yacht costs about what a classic "round" Airstream costs.
However, the interiors stayed basically the same on this line during the six-year run.