Some things are just unique, iconic, American.
The Fender Stratocaster, the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, and the Classic Airstream.
They’re all about freedom, expression, and style.
To own one is to own a bit of the American Spirt.
For an Airstream, freedom is in every rivet and bolt.
You can hook it up, hit the open road, and go anywhere you wish.
Drive up to a lake, find a forest, or just see where the road takes you.
Wherever you find yourself, home is right there with you.
This classic 1965 Airstream Ambassador Twin is your chance to go exploring and find your own special corner of the country.
And whether you’re working remotely or getting away, you can make new memories and dreams come true.
This 28-Foot Ambassador Twin comfortably sleeps two.
It boasts a full kitchen, a lounge area and bathroom complete with shower and wardrobe.
It’s all the comforts of home wherever you want them, whenever you want them there.
Imagine all the adventures and memories you could make with it …
Picture parking at a park anywhere in the country.
Watch a sunset over the lake, count the stars as the come out, fall asleep to crickets, and wake to the sounds of birds singing.
Bring your spouse, a close friend, or just your own thirst to see what American can offer from coast to coast.
Now open your eyes and make those dreams into reality.
Others are asking $70,000 or more for these classics.
This one is yours for just under $47,000.
Just look over these detailed photos, this year’s annual maintenance check, and this informative vintage brochure.
To start your own American adventures, just reply.
But in case you’re a details kind of person, here are a few:
Where has it been stored?
In a Covered Garage
How does it smell?
Unlike most RVs, it smells fantastic — all tanks drained and cleaned when purchased in 2013, and have not been used since (but they are checked annually).
I’m a neat-freak, and it shows.
Large open living space in front.
Large kitchen area near front.
Single bed in mid-quarters; front sofa easily converts to a second twin bed (or, with modification, a full bed).
It would be easy to convert the mid-quarters to two bunks, or a full-sized bed.
A new mattress has been purchased and is still in its plastic to make it easy for you to move in, in comfort.
Midship also has a closet, drawers, and counter space.
Restroom with bathtub/shower in rear (unused since 2014).
Lots of windows let in plenty of light; blinds included.
Prior winter maintenance projects:
2023: Frame, axels and tires checked for travel integrity,
New mattress and pillows (never used, still in plastic wrap).
2022: New fresh water tank installed; water lines tested and maintained (some replaced).
2021: A/C check (and still blows cold in 2023).
2019: electrical, lights, and fixtures.
2018: exterior acid wash and polish.
2017: windows (replaced two, and caulked the rest) & some new vinyl interior surfaces.
2016: new appliances installed (stove, microwave and refrigerator).
2014: initial maintenance work (exterior wash, interior scrub);
wheels inspected/ball bearings repacked.
Insured through USAA/Progressive Insurance
Aircraft aluminum polishing kit with polish: $1200 value
Dent remover tool: $300 value
Throw pillows, clocks, microwave/travel safe kitchen items, & new sheets
so it’s move-in ready: $500 value
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