Selling my rare beauty! This is an Airstream 345 Classic Motorhome that has had her originality preserved. Some interior cabinet lights have been upgraded with LEDS and a lovely electric fireplace/heater is now in the salon. The custom exterior paint job is ready for your restoration or to strip and polish. The beautiful original upper solid hickory cabinets have been re-secured. Original hardwood floors in the dining area and original upholstery in great shape! Solid wood blinds all in excellent condition. Powerful Chevy 454 engine has been well maintained.
We have enjoyed our trips around Western Washington over the past year and a half with no problems!
Two new propane furnaces installed in 2022
New front airbags installed in 2022
New Microwave oven in 2022
New rooftop horns in 2022
New vintage doorbell installed in 2022 with lighted button
Awning mechanics inspected and refurbished in 2022. Fabric in good shape.
New windshields in 2021
New WIFI backup camera in 2021
Eight new tires in 2021
New water pump in 2021
New Water heater board 2021
New rear Airbag system sensor installed in 2021
Newer larger Thetford toilet
New rear airbags purchased NIB to install if necessary. Current ones are working fine.
New replacement window seals purchased to install when needed.
New fuel filler hose and vent hose purchased to install if necessary.
Two roof AC units – mid and rear
Hydraulic leveling system
Abundant exterior storage compartments
Potable Water …………..………….. 60 gals
Wash water holding tank………. 43 gals
Black Water holding tank………. 45 gals
LPG tank ……………………………… 125 gals
Fuel tank ………………………………. 80 gals
She’s a gem and rides like a dream!
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