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Old 03-01-2015, 10:20 AM   #1
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Hi All I was researching Burros this morning and came across your site. Just wanted to say Hi from Espanola New Mexico!
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Old 03-01-2015, 10:54 AM   #2
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Welcome, Bill!!
You'll find a huge amount of information on this site about Burros and all sorts of other molded fiberglass trailers. Good luck on your search!
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Old 03-01-2015, 07:47 PM   #3
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Well, I will tell you here that I actually airbrush on fiberglass. Have been for two years now. That is replacing the old decals on fifth wheels. I have a background in illustration as a professional. Realized I could not retire like a lot of people and acquired an Airstream to fulltime in...and fixing and replacing old decals has become a hobby of mine during the summer. If any of you folks know of a vending forum on this site maybe they could slap a link in here where I might have a chance to advertise. Thanks!
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Let me see if I can post a photo here of a recent project on a make-over for a FunFinder 13ft. RV
Well no picture yet let me try again
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Thanks for joining Bill, it's great to have you here.

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...If any of you folks know of a vending forum on this site maybe they could slap a link in here where I might have a chance to advertise. Thanks!
There is! If you look at the full directory for the Marketplace, you will see there is a section for "Commercial Posts and Products."
Marketplace - Fiberglass RV

I believe you need to register as a commercial member first, and it looks like you have to contact an administrator or moderator to do that. This link will take you to a thread with basic information about the forum, and the first post has a link to contact site administrators.
Forums 101 - posting, accounts, basics
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OK I did go thru those articles and I noticed Janet was on here as a mod. I think she does something for Airstream too. So I wrote her for guidance.
I started out as an airbrush artist about 35 years ago. First I lost interest. Then I got to looking around me for potential art projects and picked it back up! I figure I have done just about every type of painting styles with one. I use a Paasche (pronounced Paah-shee) double action where the trigger movement controls paint flow and air flow at the same time. I tell interested folks it is just the same as a crop dusting airplane. Here's a link to a lot of my work through the years. My aim has always been to stay a few steps ahead of the competition.https://www.google.com/search?q=bill...w=1067&bih=517
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