Airstream born in 1929, when its founder Wally Byam built his first refuge drop-shaped with an icebox inside and a kerosene stove on a Ford chassis, towed his car.
Subsequently Wally Byam began to sell the project with the instructions to make the trailer proving an instant success. Some friends asked him to build trailers for them and soon the home garden activity moved to a separate building and in 1932 the Airstream was in full production.
The Airstream trailers, to more than 80 years after the first model, are built the same way, without changing their appeal, the classic Airstream thirties is not a museum piece, but is still in use, robust and modern as the first day he walked in the street.
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