We purchased this 1966 Airstream Overlander (26′) in 2009 from the original owners who neatly kept all paperwork from the work done on it over the years. After purchasing we updated some appliances/fixtures (fridge, cooktop, galley sink), and made some necessary repairs (floor covering, galley countertop, dining table/seating, galley plumbing). The bathroom is all functional and the shower is a little tight but works great. We had this trailer out several times but over the past few years we haven’t taken it out.
All of the original appliances have been kept and are included with the purchase.
– Propane: We’ve been using the same fuel from previous owner, and haven’t filled them up. We only used propane for morning coffee and haven’t needed to fill it up. I did have the lines pressure tested after I purchased and everything was fine.
– Dining area: The original Gaucho was removed and replaced with a booth style dining area and the table drops to make a bed that sleeps two. Cushions have not been made but it seats 4 comfortably.
– Galley: Countertops were replaced, new sink, new burners, new mini fridge, oven was removed (but kept).
– Furnace: We only turned it on once and it worked great.
– Water Pump: Was going to replace. Still have the old pump, and all the lines are in place.
– Hot Water Heater: worked the last time we took it out.
– Bathroom: Shower, toilet, and sink work fine. The toilet may need a part before it can be used. I think it was damaged during a cold winter. I’ve replaced this part before and it was a $20 part and took about 15 minutes to replace.
– Brakes/bearings: Need to be checked, but worked fine the last time we had it out. One set of pads needed to be removed and haven’t been replaced yet. We also inspected the bearing at the same time and they looked fine.
– Electrical: All the interior/exterior lights work great. Some fixtures have been updated with more modern looking ones. All ceiling fans work fine.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask.