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    Saw a old Streamline today when we stopped to do some shopping at the local market in Arnold. It did not look as large as yours but looked to be in good condition. There are a lot of campgrounds in our area.

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    Just saw this old thread pop up. Last year we took the old trailer as far north as the Indiana Dunes and as far south as Naples Florida. We are planning another trip to the Indiana Dunes in July and will take another trip south probably in December. Probably to Texas or Arizona. We enjoy it so far, here is a pic from somewhere in Florida.


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    Beautiful trailer, have fun with it!

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    We just got back from another trip to the Indiana Dunes and we are now done camping. Once the camper is cleaned up it is going up for sale, we have a couple of people that are interested in it, and if they don't buy, craigslist will be next.

    future trips will be by plane and we will stay in hotels, condo's, cabin's , or whatever we can rent there.

    It was fun for a while.

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    Thanks for the update, it's always nice to hear the whole cycle and glad you enjoyed the experience!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodeosweetheart View Post
    Float, this is absolutely gorgeous!!

    We inherited a FAN travel trailer with our foreclosure house purchase. Any suggestions from anybody as to what to do with it?
    Pics? Would love to see it!

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