Can’t live in 2 trailers at the same time, so will sell one.
Airstream dealer had this priced at $49,000.00, so best to contact me, if interested.
For Sale: 1989 Airstream 34’ Excella “Ramblin’ Rose” w/ Dinette, a good deal @ $43,500.00
Purchased used in late 2015 by WBCCI Lifetime and New Jersey unit member and upgraded, mostly by Airstream factory to be able to go anywhere/ anytime; mostly used by myself; non-smoker. non-pet owner.
Airstream factory manual with upgrade/added items/receipts in 3 ring binders; Recent repairs and upgrades (with most saved history receipts and instructions in binder);
new dinette upholstery (by Amish);
recent front couch upholstery by (Airstream only) Fowler Interiors;
many lights upgraded to LED;
new rooftop air conditioner (2017);
Mfg serviced 2017 Olympian Catalytic Heater;
Bedding Capacity: Rear twin beds w/ end of bed storage compartment; Front couch makes bed; Dinette makes into bed;
3 door hanging, lighted, cedar lined, clothes closet;
3 drawer night table between rear twin beds;
5 drawer clothes dresser;
Inside access to storage under beds;
Outside access to storage under beds;
Shower with light /seat & exhaust fan; new shower head;
Dometic automatic gas/electric refrigerator/freezer;
double kitchen sink;
by-pass valve on water heater (for winterizing)
winterizing valve on water pump;
new simple drain valves,
extra swivel rocking chair in living room;
24” smart TV; rooftop TV antenna;
cable TV /landline phone outside connection;
cell phone booster with inside and outside antennas;
3 burner gas stove/oven w/light/exhaust/fan/vent above;
curtains cleaned and elastic replaced;
new 5000# electric hitch jack (2017);
new 4 stage charging controller;
2000 Watt Inverter;
new hardwired surge protector w/in & out meters;
most of roof coated with elastomeric paint for cooler interior;
new 40# propane bottles;
new propane crossover control valve;
propane tank cover;
factory replaced bedroom sub-flooring under Carpet;
3 new 3500# axles (upgraded from original 2800#); new shocks and alignment;
two new roof Fantastic fans (automatic close when rains);
new gas/electric water heater;
new 50 gallon fresh water holding tank;
new water pump;
new 520 watt capable Zamp Solar System Controller w/ 2- 80 Watt panels (w/ additional 160 Watt panel subsequently added);
Specifications: actual length 35’ 2”;
exterior width 95.5”;
exterior height 115.5” w/ AC;
interior height 75.25” w/ AC;
50 gallon fresh water tank;
30 gallon main holding tank;
35 gallon auxiliary holding tank;
2 – 12 Volt Deep Cycle batteries;
radial tires w/ tire covers;
awnings all around (Main new 2018)
clean Colorado title;
Electric Fireplace in Living Room
Currently in New Jersey;
Also includes adjustable ball hitch with sway control ball and 12,000# equalizer bars;
Bob c: (856) 200-5883 (t) [email protected]
VIN: 1STGEAU31KJ507112 – manufactured 9/8/89 – Serial #:507340 – RVIA#: 4456312
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