FOR SALE IS A 1972 AIRSTREAM EXCELLA 500. THIS AIRSTREAM IS PRETTY MUCH ALL ORIGINAL. THE AC UNIT IS ALITTLE NEWER , THINK THAT WAS REPLACED IN THE 90’S( HAVE THE PAPER WORK ON IT.) AIR STILL BLOWS NICE AND COLD. THE EXTERIOR IS IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE, CONSIDERING THE AGE. THERE IS A FEW DINGS ON IT. A DENT ON THE LEFT SIDE LOWER PANEL. COULD BE FIXED EASILY. THE AWNING CLOTH IS GONE. THE UNDERNEATH OF THE AIRSTREAM LOOKS TO BE IN VERY NICE SHAPE. THE FRAME LOOKS GOOD AND SOLID. ALITTLE SURFACE RUST BUT NOTHING BAD. THIS TRAILER SPENT MOST OF ITS LIFE IN TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY. I HAVE A LOT OF THE PAPER WORK FROM ALL THE CAMPSITES IT HAS STAYED AT, AND A LOT OF THE SERVICE MANUALS AND OWNERS MANUALS FOR ALL THE APPLIANCES. THERE IS A LOT OF ORIGINAL PARTS ON THIS AIRSTREAM THAT ARE USUALLY MISSING OR BROKEN , LIKE THE STINK COVERS AND ALL THE SCREENS AND STORM WINDOWS. HAS THE ORIGINAL FLOOR, ORIGINAL REFRIGERATOR, STOVE, AND OTHER THINGS. THE FLOOR SEEMS NICE AND SOLID IN THE TRAILER. THE TIRES ALL HAVE GOOD TREAD, LIKE NEW, BUT THEY HAVE BEEN SITTING FOR AWHILE AND ARE ABOUT 4 YEARS OLD.
I BOUGHT THE TRAILER IN HOPES TO REDO IT AND MAKE IT HOW ID LIKE BUT UNFORTUNATELY A FEW MAJOR BACK AND HIP SURGERIES HAVE CHANGED ALL THAT AND I KNOW I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO DO WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO IT. I HATE TO SEE IT SIT AROUND MORE, IT DESERVES TO HAVE SOME WORK DONE TO IT AND MAKE SOME NEW TRIPS AND ADVENTURES FOR SOMEONE. I LEFT IT ALL ORIGINAL SO THAT SOMEONE COULD EITHER REDO IT TO ITS ORIGINAL WAY , OR GUT IT AND MAKE IT MORE MODERN. YOU COULD GO EITHER WAY WITH IT. IT IS A GOOD SOLID PLATFORM TO MAKE IT HOW YOU WANT. IT WILL NEED ALITTE WORK IM SURE TO BE ON THE ROAD FOR ANY BIG TRIPS. I HAVE TOWED IT LIKE 100 MILES IN THE LAST YEAR TO MOVE IT AROUND. I HAVE CHECKED SOME OF THE THINGS, I KNOW ALL THE OUTLETS STILL WORK. THE PROPANE TANKS ARE THE ORIGINAL AND RIGHT ONES. THE REFRIGERATOR DID NOT SEEM TO WORK WHEN ELECTRIC PUT TO IT, BUT PERHAPS THE GAS SIDE OF IT WORKS.. THE AC UNIT BLOWS NICE AND COLD. OVERALL IF YOUR LOOKING FOR A DECENT PRICED. PRETTY MUCH ALL ORIGINAL VINTAGE AIRSTREAM THAT COULD USE ALITTLE WORK, OR COULD BE COMPLETELY CHANGED AND MODERNIZED, THEN THIS COULD BE IT. THIS YEAR AND MODEL ALL REDONE I HAVE SEEN SELL FOR OVER $80K. I AM JUST TRYING TO RECOPE SOME OF MY MONEY, KNOWING THAT PHYSICALLY I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO MAKE THE TRAILER HOW I WANT IT ANYMORE. WOULD REALLY LIKE TO SEE IF BE USED AGAIN AND MAKE SOMEONE OR SOME FAMILY HAPPY AND GOOD MEMORIES. THE AIRSTREAM DOES HAVE A CLEAN TITLE. THE AIRSTREAM IS BEING SOLD AS IS-WHERE IS. THE BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING OR HAULING AWAY. I DO HAVE LOTS MORE PICS OF IT. CAN EMAIL ME AT [email protected] OR [email protected] IT IS LOCATED AT ANSPACH AUTO 51 MAIN ST ONO PA 17077. SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY PLEASE. $14500 OBO THANK YOU FOR LOOKING.
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