I inherited a circa 1950 Airstream mobile home from my grandmother when she passed away. She and my grandfather had spent many hours vacationing in it all over the country. At first I was just going to sell it, but after I took a look at the shape it was in, I decided I better have it repaired before I put it in the paper. That is when I called a mobile home repair in O'Fallon MO. I was hoping that the repair service wouldn't charge me too much for fixing up the mobile home, and that I might make some money off of the trailer.
When I hauled the Airstream to the O'Fallon MO mobile home repair service the repairman couldn't get over the trailer. He went on and on about how rare the particular model was and how without too much, the trailer could really be restored to something special. I gave the mobile home repair service permission to do what needed to be done, itemize repairs for me and call me when they finished. When I went to pick up the trailer, I walked inside and couldn't believe how wonderful it was. I ended up keeping it. Share