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Customer Receives First Dodge Sprinter Westfalia

June 15, 2004

An author and adventurer has become the owner of the first Dodge Sprinter Westfalia recreational vehicle. Joined by officials from Airstream, Westfalia and DaimlerChrysler, the vehicle manufacturer, keys and other bonus items were presented to Ronni Lundy at Airstream’s Jackson Center headquarters on June 10.Lundy, a professional writer, chose the Westfalia as her vehicle of choice as she embarks on a cross-country journey across the U.S. She will chronicle her travels and experiences in a new book.Built in Germany, the new Dodge Sprinter Westfalia officially debuted last December as the result of an exclusive distribution agreement between Dodge and Airstream. The Dodge Sprinter Westfalia provides living and sleeping capacity for four people. It has a full kitchen with refrigerator, stove top burners, plenty of storage, and a fold out dining table to seat five. The bathroom is complete with a shower, sink and toilet. Branded as Dodge and outfitted by Westfalia, it is sold by Airstream.
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