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https://youtu.be/v3ovfkezfv8 Interior Walk-though Video
One of a kind and professionally built, this Airstream is unlike any other you have seen.
The Bubble model was only made for 2 years and was the precursor to the Bambi. Last time I checked there were only 18 known Bubbles left in the world.
“The Air Bubble” is a meticulously crafted modernization of a classic. All the modern comforts and technology with the charm and beauty of a vintage Airstream. This trailer has only had 2 owners since new, and it has truly been a joy to build and own. It turns heads at every campground and has been the talk of every Airstream Club Rally we have attended.
The build took 5 years to complete. No detail has been left untouched.
Some of the highlights of this trailer include:
– Frame off renovation (including fully reinforced frame, new axel, built in stabilizers, trailer brakes, wheels, tires, and it’s lifted 4 inches to accommodate the tanks and off road adventures).
– Interior based on the modern 16′ Bambi with custom mattress (bed always made) and the dinette also turns into a second bed.
– Black, Gray and Fresh water tanks with monitors, flush, and clean outs.
– Custom built cabinetry with high-end hardware.
– Dometic fold-away sink and stove imported from Europe.
– Outdoor shower.
– Indoor bathroom (sink and porcelain dometic toilet).
– Powered TV antenna, WeBoost 4G, Cable, TV, BluRay player, and fully integrated backup camera system included.
– Tankless on demand water heater.
– Dometic duel fuel Fridge with Custom riveted aluminum front panel.
– Fiama F35 awning.
– Maxx Fan (also pre-wired for air conditioning).
– Zamp solar connections, Full 2000 watt inverter, and high end batteries for boondocking adventures (solar panels not included).
– The exterior skin is all original to keep the beauty of it’s history, while the interior is completely new.
– No expense spared in the build.
– The list goes on and on and on.
More interior photos, details, and in-person (or virtual) viewing available for serious buyers only.
This trailer was a huge part of our lives. We spent 5 years renovating it, and another 5 years gently enjoying it all over the Pacific Northwest (though it looks like it just came off the show room floor). We are asking considerably less than we have into it. This has always been stored in climate controlled private storage. We are only selling because we have purchased a larger trailer for this next chapter of our lives.
Local pick up preferred, but we will help coordinate shipping at buyers expense if needed.
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