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Eco Airstream – renovated 23 foot Safari…

We cut holes in the desk to hide cables

 

Thanks to Barbara and Wayne Yasuhara (Y Studio Photography).  More after photos on our photos page.

5 Comments

  1. Wow… what a great job! I really like the eco features and the overall look. Very nice job. Ever going to sell this Airstream?

  2. Some genuinely nice pics of the Airstream! I like it.

  3. Wow, what a beautiful coach. You did a beautiful job!

    I have an airstream and am looking for a new one. I’ve explored all manner of materials for refreshing and rehabbing. I had to look up American Clay. It seems to be like plaster. I’m curious how it has held up over the road miles you’ve put on this rig since you completed the work. Has it cracked?

    • Hi Elana, thanks for asking. The American Clay has not cracked and has held up amazingly well, as with any product application the preparation is imperative to a quality outcome. We treated all seams and rivets with bondo and drywall mesh and added a polymer to the clay (recommended by AC) to support the flex of the Airstream. We had a few areas that required repair after we changed out the fantastic fan and the antenna, repair is easy just mix up some clay dust with water, soak the site and smooth with a putty knife. Once the clay dries it looks likes just like new.

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