Fully restored 1975 Airstream Safari 23.
Six month restoration project to bring this highly desirable Safari 23 back into full service. Ready to roll with everything you need to enjoy the open road. The Safari 23 is the perfect balance of weight, length and size. Easy to trailer with a half ton truck. New tires and duel axle for a smooth ride.
This was a full restoration all the way down to the subfloor. All subfloor issues and rust was addressed. Many pictures of the restoration upon request. the goal was to restore the original design while upgrading the mechanicals. Airstreams original design was meant to be light and handle the vibrations of travel. Like an airplane. We stuck with the original design but made some modern changes to open up the space.
New vinyl plank flooring
New upholstered pull out couch and dinette/bed cushions (sleeps 4)
New LED lighting throughout
New Demetic AC
New Demetic 3 way Fridge
New suburban water heater
New counters in kitchen and bathroom
Fully restored bathroom fixtures
All new pex plumbing
New 12v converter
All 120vAC and 12vDC systems repaired and fully functional
fully functional Airstream central control
Full functional original gas stove and oven
Screens replaced throughout
All windows function and are water tight
Original owners manual and all new appliances manuals
New auto tune King Jack HD antenna and mounted flat screen TV
Two new 40 gal LP tanks with new auto switching regulator
All underside steel rust treated
New matching spare tire
New weight distribution hitch and anti sway bar
Too many updates and restoration points to list! We have used the Airstream a few time and have been storing it inside. Life changes means we need to let her go to someone who wants to enjoy the open road in this true icon of American travel!
Please only reach out if you are serious about this gem. She is ready to be picked up to hit the road.
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