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We bought this 2 years ago and it was a complete mess. Everything was original but there was some water damage in the bathroom and some dry rot in the front of the airstream. My wife and I had been planning on doing a renovation for awhile and we decided if we are going to do everything right from the ground up. Everything is new. Every inch of this Airstream has been updated with the top appliances and materials. We did a shell of restoration and work was doe by top fabricators and tradesman. It is designed to go off grid with ease with 400 Watt Solar Panels and 450 amp hour Go power AGM batteries as well as a new 2000 Watt inverter
De Rust whole Frame and 2 coats of POR 15
Removed all old expired tint from all 17 windows. 17 redone double pane tinted windows
New Front Window Rock Guard
New Subfloor 3/4″ CDX
Completely New Electrical 120V/12V
27 New LED interior lights 3 120V Light fixtures
3 New water tanks located under the coach 45 Gallon Fresh water and 48 Gallon Gray/Black
3 New Fantastic Fans with thermostat and rain sensor
New Isotherm Cruise 200 Refrigerator AC/DC Current
New Suburban furnace NT 20SEQ 19,000BTU connected to Thermostat
New Dometic Polar White 15,000 BTU Air Conditioner
New Dometic 3 Burner stove with Cast Iron Grate
New Precision Temp Tankless water heater in Silver
New Pfister faucets
Custom Claro Walnut Barn door
Custom Claro Walnut Bathroom Counter Top
Custom Bathroom Sink
Custom White Birch Hardwood Cabinets
400Watt Renogy Solar Panles
Renogy 60Amp MPPT Charging Controller
2000W Samlex Inverter
4 Go Power 100 Watt AGM Batteries
Go Power Automatic Transfer Switch
Ready for off Grid Camping!
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