1968
22FT
Safari
$49,000
Austin
, Texas

1968 Airstream Safari 22ft

We are selling our renovated 1968 Airstream Safari. It’s 22ft long and weighs just over 3500 lbs. Title is in hand. The airstream has been converted to all electric and can be plugged into your standard home electrical outlet for full use. It hooks up to your garden hose for water and there is also an on board freshwater tank for boondocking. The gas lines are still in place in case you wanted to revert to gas. This is a southern trailer that has spent its life between FL, OK, and TX so the frame and subfloor are in good shape. No known leaks. The underbelly is intact and sealed up. We recently took the trailer to Fredericksburg, TX averaging 65mph with strong winds. Everything is working as it should. See the below list for details on what this trailer includes.

Ready for camping today and is as described. Open to reasonable offers.

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Trailer Features:
New AC (low profile Dometic Unit)
New Tires
New Pex water lines
New 12v fresh water pump
New 4 gallon Bosche water heater
New waste valve and plumbing
New bathroom additions
New GFCI outlets in bathroom
New full size Dometic toilet
New Bidet w/ remote control
New low flow shower head
Custom bathroom with tile
Custom bathroom sliding door
New kitchen w/ shaker cabinets
New retro style fridge
Marble tile kitchen back splash
New Queen size custom fitted bed
New bed linen
Custom bed frame w/ storage
Luxury Vinyl flooring
Custom interior lighting with wireless control
Custom interior curtains
New exterior running lights and emblems
New exterior reflectors
New window glass on front and back
Mirror tinted windows
Fresh polish job
Fresh roof and frame treatment

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