We are selling our completely restored 1977 31′ Airstream Excella 500. She was professionally restored by Gray Ghost Restorations in 2019. She was torn down to an empty shell and meticulously transformed into a modern home for our family of four. Perfect for full time living. Below is a list of the work done. Include many accessories.
1. Completely redone electrical featuring 4 160-watt panels, MidNite Classic 150 controller, 2 12-volt lithium batteries, Samlex 3000 inverter / charger, AC/DC distribution panel and new wiring throughout allowing to easily live off-the-grid
2. Completely redone PEX plumbing and Dometic 310 toilet
3. Furrion 21″ Chef Collection built-in gas oven & Chef Collection Gas Cooktop
4. Nova Kool 7.5 cubic feet refrigerator
5. Residential quality Kohler & Vigo kitchen, bathroom & shower sinks & faucets
6. 10′-long Craft Orissa hickory hardwood flooring
7. Splendide 2100XC washer dryer combo
8. Suburban on demand water heater
9. Coleman-Mach 8 Cub air conditioner
10. Propane furnace with vents routed throughout
11. Dexter axles
12. Custom-made holding tank and new valves
13. Built-in 12-volt pot-lights and new AC & USB power receptacles
14. Custom dining room seating that converts into a king-sized bed as well as two single-sized bunks
15. Installed additional skylights
16. Residential-quality slow-close kitchen & storage cabinets
17. Bamboo countertops and tabletop
18. New side Zie-Dee awning
19. 2 30 liter aluminum propane tanks
20. California Immobilizer wheel lock and hitch lock
21. Tow-hitch and stabilizer bars
22. Hoses, portable grey/black water tank
23. Protective cover
24. Clean title
Asking price: $79,900 CDN or $65,900 USD
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