Please feel free to make me an offer. I have seen people use these for Air B and B. This could be a potential extra income maker for you. I am selling my 1966 Airstream 26 foot Overlander. As you can see from the photos she is in pretty good shape. With ALL vintage trailer of her age there is still work to be done. I have the original book that contains the original warranties, just a fun thing to have. She has all 4 new tires with a new spare. We had all of the wheel baring’s greased. The sway bar and all of its components come with her along with the trailer nose lock. She is road ready to be towed to your home for continued restoration. The lights inside and out have all been replaced with LED and the butterdish light covers are new. I have replaced all of the window seals, and door seal. All of the screens have been replaced and all of the windows are original and work great. I had not done anything with the bathroom or the plumbing so I am not sure of its 56 year condition but I could imagine that it would need to be updated. I removed the bedroom countertop but as you can see I did not get a change to replace it. I have the aluminum refrigerator vent and a new vent for the stove top. I also replaced the front door knob with a vintage identical knob that works and has keys. The stove top I took apart to clean and all of the parts are in a box in the bathtub. The exterior is in great shape except for 2 scratches in the rear door side. I added fun decals to both the front and rear windows. As you can see she could use a good polish on the exterior. The floors and frame all seem to be very solid. She tows like a dream! She comes with the original and hardware. The front window has a clear breakproof chip guard. I really want her to be back on the rambling roads enjoying all that nature and her new family has to offer.
Please feel free to email me, I would be happy to answer any questions.
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