This is a very well maintained 1968 Globe Trotter Land Yacht with a highly original interior and a few functional upgrades. It has spent the majority if its life in the dry Okanagan region of British Columbia, which is part of why it’s in such good shape and ready for another 50 years of use. The Globe Trotters of the mid 1960s were light enough to have a single axle, which makes them pleasant to tow with a smaller vehicle (as compared to newer or larger Airstreams). The Airstream spec says it has a dry weight of 3400 lbs and a tongue weight of 400 lbs, a good weight for most midsize SUVs or pickups. It comes with anti-sway bars, but it tows so easily with a 2011 Tacoma that I haven’t used them.
The exterior looks as great in real life as it does in the photos. It’s been well cared for but not totally refinished, it has the occasional pine cone ding or flaw here and there, so you won’t feel so bad if you take it out camping and end up adding another one. Some typical road grime on the undercarriage (as you can see in photos), but no substantive rust issues. Lights and trailer brakes work as expected.
The interior is highly original and in very good condition. Original flooring, fixtures, oven, original aluminum propane tanks. All the systems work as you’d expect. The hinge on the fold out table is a little loose and one of the cupboard clasps is a little loose. One spot just near the door jam has minor water damage. Otherwise the interior is in beautiful condition.
The upgrades have retained the highly original look but added some nice usability: air conditioner, new fridge, tinted windows, pex water lines a few years ago, a wall-mounted TV, and a retractable awning. You can check out a walk-around video here: https://youtu.be/YGtT1qudlFI
The airstream is registered in British Columbia, and we’re just 5 minutes from the border with Washington, happy to sell in Canada or the US. Asking $28,600 USD or $38,500 CAD. It comes with two sets of keys and an original owners manual.