New on Amazon Kindle: HOW TO BUY AN AIRSTREAM!

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For the past several years, my wife and I have enjoyed owning an Airstream travel trailer. We’ve taken our trailer to 49 states and several Canadian provinces. We’ve camped everywhere from national parks to Walmart parking lots (and frankly, I felt safer interacting with Yellowstone grizzly bears than certain residents of Las Vegas). But the point is that we’ve built up a lot of life experiences with our Airstream.

Anyone who has spent a little time RV camping is probably familiar with Airstreams. These are ‘old school’ aluminum travel trailers that are built in an old fashioned style. Panels of aluminum are riveted together to form a giant silver camping loaf. Airstream owners form a sort of cult, a blue beret-wearing pink flamingo-planting subculture that exists within the broader RV camping culture.

Click the image to see HOW TO BUY AN AIRSTREAM on Amazon Kindle. Look for the FREE SAMPLE on Amazon!

Click the image to see HOW TO BUY AN AIRSTREAM on Amazon Kindle. Look for the FREE SAMPLE on Amazon!

In some ways, Airstreams are just like other RVs. In other ways, they are very different. That’s why I wrote this new ebook: HOW TO BUY AN AIRSTREAM. Over the years I’ve noticed that many people share an interest in Airstreams. My hope is that this book helps other prospective Airstream (and RV) owners make a wise purchase.

When it comes to a large transaction like buying an Airstream or other RV, every bit of information is helpful. Many of the principles and concerns discussed in this book apply to any RV. But some of them are specific to Airstream. You certainly don’t need to own an Airstream to enjoy the book. In fact, the book is probably best suited for newcomers to Airstream, and anyone with an interest in what makes these things unique.

With HOW TO BUY AN AIRSTREAM, I’ve tried to include lots of real world advice and examples. Sometimes, just one key tidbit of the right information can save thousands of dollars down the line.

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