, Indiana

1964 Airstream Bambi II
For Sale $39,500

Rebuild done between March of 2011, and completed in November of 2013. This trailer was rebuilt from the ground up. It is number 3 in the production line from Ohio. These models were produced only one year and are highly collectible.

*Shell Lifted and 4” square tube frame fabricated
*Wiring for Rear Lights run through the frame so no damage can occur to them
*Axel Replace
*Tires and Hubs replaced
*Belly Pan Replaced
* Channel fabricated for fastening the shell to the frame
* Advantec Subfloor
* Armstrong Linoleum Flooring Installed
*All new wiring
*Cable TV Wiring Installed
*Furrion Electric Exterior Outlet Installed
*All new plumbing installed
*Water heater bypass installed for ease of winterizing
*Electronic start water heater installed…the cover of the water heater was morphed into the original cover to keep with the 1964 look of the trailer
*Prodex Insulation installed between skins
*Fantastic Fan Installed..the vent cover is the original Hehr cover that was retrofitted to the Fantastic Fan cover…keeping the roof looking original
*Jack King Antenna Installed
*3-way Refrigerator Installed
*Gas Stove Installed
*Microwave Installed
*Catalytic heater installed
*Air conditioner installed in the rear where the furnace was…exhausts out the back, pulls air in from the bottom. This was a very labor-intensive build, but it kept the integrity of the trailer intact…no big a/c on top
*Two 18 gallon grey tanks installed in the floor of the trailer for 36 gallon grey tank capacity
*Twenty gallon fresh water tank
*China toilet
*New kitchen faucet and shower faucet
*Surround Sound Stereo
*12V TV with CD player
*Custom cabinets through out with every inch thought out for maximum storage space
*Custom boomerang counter tops all edged with satin banding
*All lighting is LED, including Running Lights
*All Custom Made Upholstery with top of the line foam
*Dinette Folds Down into a bed
*Polished Front Endcap
*Couch pulls out on drawer glides (able to be pulled out by one person) to make a 54” x 87” bed
*All Windows Rebuilt. New glass and glazing installed
*Trailer polished several years ago
*Extended Tongue with two twenty gallon aluminum tanks
*Aluminum Outside Storage Box
*Power Jack
*Spare tire carried on custom rack under front of trailer

The trailer was very lightly used after rebuild. It was taken from NW Indiana to Florida 3 times and used for under 15 weekends since the rebuild. It’s a very comfortable trailer and is certainly a show-stopper! It has been on a Tin Can Tourist calendar, won reserved Best in Show for the Silver Trailer competition at a large Tin Can Tourist Gathering, and been in Vintage Trailer Magazine. I have sat inside her with Colin Hyde, who helped me along in the beginning of my restoration, and is a very respected Airstream restorer. David Winick , who was very influential in my design, also came in her and took a look. David has designed interiors for the Airstream company. They both though she was a beauty, which for me was a great compliment!

I have decided to sell the trailer since I don’t have much opportunity to use it. It is put together so well, that there is no doubt in mind that anyone who sees her in person will fall in love with her.

I have probably forgotten something about the restoration. If you want to see a complete documentation of it, you can go to the Airforums page and read through the thread entitled
Bambi II Saved From the Recycler!


A Youtube video tour of the trailer, which was filmed on March 13, 2021, is available at the following link:

You will not find a complete restoration of a Bambi II in the US for this price point. It is tastefully done, and thoroughly done. Please don’t hesitate to phone me with any questions you may have. My asking price is $39,500. Phone is 219-765-2093. Email [email protected] Serious Inquiries only please.

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