We have two Airstreams. This 1967 Safari Twin was our first Airstream that we enjoyed for many years. I like to fix stuff and as you will see in the list of new stuff, I wanted a no-problem no-worry camper. Well, grandkids came along so we purchased a bigger 1978 Tradewind. The 1967 Safari just is not getting used so it’s time to pass it along to someone else.
1) Purchased used in 2008. Major rebuild in 2014/15. Most items are from the 2014/15 rebuild.
2) Trailer Weight, fully loaded (water, propane, food, clothes, bikes, everything)
a) Axle weight 3,660 lbs.
b) Tongue weight 680 lbs.
3) All New Electrical System:
a) Parallax 80/80D Power Supply fuse panel
b) World Friendship WF-600T-112 7 amp Pure Sine Wave Inverter
c) Progressive Dynamics 9270 70 amp IntelliPower Converter/Charger w/ Charge Wizard
d) Xantrex Battery Monitor system
e) 255 amp hour twin 6 volt LifeLine AGM batteries
f) SafeTalert Carbon Monoxide Alarm
g) Furrion 30 Amp Shore Power Inlet and Cord
h) Surge protector
4) All New Fresh Water System:
a) 40 gal. fresh water tank
b) Shurflo 4008 RV water pump
c) All new PEX piping
d) Suburban SW6DE water heater with PEX bypass valves for easy winterizing
5) All New Plumbing System:
a) FloJet macerator pump and 20 ft. hose
b) Original Mansfield Traveller toilet with new seals, gaskets and hand sprayer
c) 20 gal. black tank
d) 40 gal. grey tank
e) SeeLevel II RV tank monitor for Fresh, Grey, and Black tanks
6) New Suburban NT-30sp Furnace
7) New 20 lb steel propane tanks, new pressure regulator
8) All New Kitchen appliances:
a) Maytag/Amana Cooktop Oven
b) Baraldi Range Hood
c) Dometic RML8555 Propane/electric Refrigerator
d) Power ventilator for refrigerator
9) All New Running gear:
a) Reese dual-cam Weight Distribution Hitch with Sway Control. 600 lb sway bars for the Airstream soft ride.
b) Henschen Dura-flex axle with Kodiak Trailer Disc Brakes
c) HydraStar Hydraulic Brake Actuator
d) Greenball Towmaster tires, new aluminum rims.
e) Spare tire with Under-mount frame holder.
f) Husky HB3000 Electric Tongue Jack
g) Rear brake lights replaced (but some of the LEDs are out)
h) Tire Pressure Monitor system.
10) New Zipdee awning, fabric, and aluminum fabric cover
a) Replaced one closet with five-drawer pantry. Self-closing drawers.
b) Rebuild remaining closet.
c) Raised the center bed for room for the new electrical systems.
d) Created three self-closing drawers under the center bed.
e) Rebuild the refrigerator cabinet. Created better seal for heat venting.
f) All interior lights replaced with LEDs.
g) Replaced water damaged wood flooring at door, refrigerator access, and storage access compartments.
h) Removed tile floor. Replaced with COREtec Plus vinyl plank floating floor.
a) Rear frame separation corrected – replaced wood flooring, replaced aluminum wall-floor attachment channel.
b) Removed and replaced the bottom aluminum panels for access to the frame
i) Sand-blasted the frame and re-painted with Por-15.
ii) Removed old insulation. Replaced with new foam board insulation.
c) Repaired and welded frame crack at the axle mount. Added 2×2 steel stiffeners.
d) Replaced sections of wood floor at door, and two access doors.
e) Replaced square access doors with late model round-corner frame/doors.
f) Replaced all window and door seals.
g) Replaced front door handle assembly
h) Replaced entry pull-out stairs with later model aluminum stairs.
i) Added four corner stabilizer jacks.
j) Custom Fiama two-bicycle rack.
k) Custom front window rock protector.
13) Remaining items not done:
a) Window curtains are from the 2008 purchase.
b) Seat cushions. We have new foam with batten applied but the fabric covers have not been sewn together.