Meet Lucky! The absolutely most bitchin’ airstream out there!
This stunning lady is ready to take you on your all next adventures, in ultimate style!
We have been working tirelessly on her for 6 months, and sad to see her go, but excited to see who gets her.
There is literally nothing out there like this beauty…
She is absolutely stunning and road worthy. She’s only 22 feet, which makes her easy to tow and maneuver, and fits almost any trailer campground site.
But even though she’s on the smaller side, she fits 4 adults comfortably, with two standard two full/queen size beds. The couch pulls out to bed, and the dinette table goes down easily to make another bed.
Professionally painted exterior with high grade Airplane PPG Paint ($110/ Gallon) in Benjamin Moore Narragansett Green. Extremely durable, high performance interior paint. It’s the same paint they use in high traffic, heavy use places like class rooms and airports. We wanted to be able to Airbnb it without any issues, so we tried to make this thing as durable as possible. We had the rear professionally changed to take off the 70’s light holder and replaced the tail lights with new LED lights to create a more sleek, modern design. We spent over $13,000 in interior and exterior materials and labor.
All of the plumbing and hot water heater, furnace and tanks are original and seem to be in working order. We have an appointment with TriCounty RV to have all systems checked to make sure everything is in working order.
The refrigerator is original and is two way, which means it runs off gas and electric. It has a small section that works as a freezer. Works great!
The flooring is waterproof linoleum that is scratch and dent resistant. It’s in a beautiful, subtle Blonde Wide Plank Oak pattern.
The upholstery is brand new, never been used. We chose a high performance stain and pill resistant material that wicks away stains from wine, berries, etc.
Super cool Walnut Countertops in a subtle chevron pattern. The Oven/Stove and Kitchen Sink are the original. And a new Black Matte Kitchen Faucet.
And one of the coolest features is the Forced Air Electric Heater with the Faux Fireplace feature. This thing is so unbelievably cool, and very efficient. It is remote controlled and has over 10 different color combos. It runs off of Shore Power and heats the whole trailer up in a matter of minutes. But you also have the Heater, so you have two options to heat.
Professionally installed Electric Inverter/Converter, which converts AC to DC power. It also has a newly installed battery gauge so you can check on the battery power.
Brand new Marine Grade Battery with a 2 year warranty.
The lights are from an independent light designer based out of Austin, TX. The light bulbs are efficient 12 V Edison light bulbs ordered from a specialty store.
Tires are good shape. Ready to go. We towed it from Colorado to New Mexico, back to CA with no problems. Really cool original aluminum moon shaped, rounded hubcaps.
To Sum it Up:
• Weighs approximately 3600 lbs.
• Refrigerator is original, and works off electric/propane.
• New propane tanks
• New Battery
• New Custom Pendant Lights & Sconces
• New Flooring
• New Cushion Covers
• New Counter tops
• New Electric Heater and Faux Fireplace
• Newer Tires
• New Kitchen Faucet
• Original Stove & Sink
• New Custom Shades & Curtains with new Curtain hardware ordered from Vintage Trailer Supply.
• New Screens on every window, vent and door
• New Exterior LED tail lights and flashers.
• Clean Title & Registration until 2021
Things you may want to improve/consider after buying
• Converting to solar
• There’s no Awning
• We haven’t tried the furnace, because we installed the elctric heater which is so efficient. But in case you need heat off the grid, it might be something you want to have checked out.
• There never was an AC in this trailer. The upside is there were never any leaks (which is HUGE issue with airstreams that had faulty AC, but it might be worth getting)
Asking price is $47,500.
She’s located in Beautiful Santa Barbara, CA.
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