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Old 07-28-2010, 11:55 AM   #1
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We have a 16' Fiberstream-the body is sound but it could use a rubout and polish. Needs battery and work on some of the appliances. . Has roof air, electric hitch lift, wet bath, and double sofas that convert to a queen bed. I bought in in March as a project, and did some initial cleanup, installed new roof vent, and recaulked all roof plumbing vents, antenna. I tore out the carpet, and painted the subfloor. My wife wants something bigger-we have two labs and a pup coming soon. She trains dogs and travels to obedience, tracking events. I thought 16' was trailer size but that includes the tow hitch. The trailer itself is about 13'. It is double axle and weighs 1700lb. dry according to manuf. spec. sheet, though posters on this sight claim it weighs a bit more. We are asking $2,500, which is less than we paid, but it needs more than I thought. Bought it sight unseen and had it towed from Sacramento. We are in Applegate, Or, between Medford and Grants Pass. I can send photos. You can call me 541-846-7616
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Old 08-05-2010, 05:36 PM   #2
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Hey there!

I'd love to see photos, if you've got them. I'm finally ready to pull the trigger.
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Old 08-05-2010, 06:27 PM   #3
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Hey there!

I'd love to see photos, if you've got them. I'm finally ready to pull the trigger.
If you send me your email address, I can send you some photos.
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Alan, You really really don't want to post your email address on a heavily trafficked forum

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Old 08-08-2010, 02:07 PM   #5
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Hi, Folks!

I just want to put a word in for the seller, Alan. VERY helpful guy, has answered all my questions and has very flexible in helping me plan a trip down there late this week to check out the trailer. He was willing to go to the DMV with me to get the title work sorted out, etc. etc.

I had some awesome ideas for this trailer, thanks to fantastic threads and advice by experienced Fiber Stream owners on this thread. I really love the larger dinette/bed, and u-shaped overhead cabinets. The inner liner system, which seems to be in fine condition, seems to allow for more creativity for anybody who might want to restore with different surfaces.

Thing is, serendipity kicked into overdrive, and I've found a trailer that I feel will better suit my immediate needs. (Celebration thread will go up when I get it home next week).

Pics: Here's a link to the Fiberglass RV's For Sale Sold archives. I can tell you that I'm 99.9% sure this is the same trailer, from when he purchased it it March (Note, it was then touted as an '85):

FiberStream Trailer

Here's a bit more information from the seller:

I have the California title signed by the previous owner, but I have not filled out the new owner info. I have not transferred to Or title. I have not been able to locate the VIN #, but was told by DMV that they would assign a new one if they could not locate it. Vin inspection required in Or for out of state vehicle. The trailer was in storage for 10 years before I got it. The glass is good, frame seems to be solid. I have plugged into the 110 receptacles-they work fine. It needs a new battery-haven't gotten into the 12V wiring . The air conditioner and electric hitch lift work. The frig was not getting cold-I took it out and turned it upside down-reinstalled it but haven't tried it again. There is a leak somewhere in the hot water system. Don't know if it is the tank or a fitting. The bed in the photo converts to two sofas. There is a removable dining table that fits between the sofas. It has electric brakes-don't know the status. And I don't have a key for the door-the previous owner could not find it. It needs work but has potential to be a nice trailer.
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