|Sleeps Up To||6|
|Exterior Width||8' 5.5"|
|Exterior Height w/ AC||9' 9"|
Air Forums is the home of Airstreamers online – a forum where members of our worldwide community can gather and meet. Forum members can ask questions from expert peers, talk about new developments in the world of Airstream, and just socialize with people who are as interested in the freedom and fun of travel as they are.
From modest beginnings in 1946 to its current status as a cultural icon, Fender has touched and transformed music worldwide and in every genre: rock ‘n’ roll, country, jazz, rhythm and blues, and everything in between. From beginners and hobbyists to the world’s most acclaimed artists, musicians have used Fender instruments to bring their dreams to life while changing the world along the way. In the 1940s, Southern California inventor Clarence “Leo” Fender, a modest inventor and businessman with a special skill for electronics, founded a company that would imagine, invent, design, create and deliver the world’s most important and
The Public Works is a full service project management firm, comprised of a powerful team of experienced professionals. We assist clients through every aspect of the project development cycle with the vast majority of the work done ourselves, in-house. The journey with The Public Works takes clients from ideation and project brief development, to design, engineering, and fabrication, and through creative and marketing deliverables. From expert photography and videography, to experienced management, to skilled product and infrastructure design and fabrication, we consistently deliver quality results, on schedule and on budget. Our clients are our partners. We feel privileged to work
Corrine and Brian Vegter are the creative minds behind Dusty Dog Studio where they make artwork all about dogs and vintage inspired ceramic travel trailers. Airstreams and K-9’s are the focus of their work now, but they both came to the life they live from very different creative backgrounds. Their artistic careers started in Chicago in television production, for Brian, hair and make-up in the fashion world for Corrine. From Chicago they moved to the big city. New York City to be exact where they continued to flourish until one day in 2003, Brian sold all of his video equipment