For sale is my recently renovated 1991 Airstream Custom Classic 23′.
This is a very special and unique Classic because it was built by Airstream’s “Specialty Vehicles” division in 1991 on a 23′ body and frame using the Classic/Excella features. This is the only 23′ Classic known to exist.
All blueprints, original manual and maintenance receipts are included. Mike just finished the complete renovation and this custom beauty is ready to roll. The interior blends the craftmanship of the 90’s with today’s standards.
Featuring real oak cabinets, anodized aluminum walls, marine vinyl woven flooring and custom Ultra-tech upholstery, this Classic is built to last for decades to come. It can easily compete with newer available on the market today!
It has a very unique layout that includes a huge rear bathroom with bathtub/shower, u-shaped dinette and L-shaped lounge area up front that convert to two large and comfortable beds. It’s compact size and lightweight construction make it very easy to tow and park. It’s packed with storage compartments and it will take a family of four on an unforgettable journey or make a true American tiny home for full timers.
If you don’t care about classic American engineering and design marvels that changed the way Americans go camping then this Airstream is not for you. : )
More photos available, just ask.
-solar panels with inverter
-new aluminum walls
-brand new AC unit
-new custom blinds and curtains
-new recessed LED lights
-electrical and plumbing
-newer water heater
-professionally restored cabinets
-2018 AGM batteries
-2021 tires Goodyear Endurance
-roof resealed and re-coated
-all four hubs and drums replaced
-4x new scissor jacks
-custom bumper hitch for bike racks and cargo carriers
-weight distribution hitch and anti sway bar
And much more!
Also included are accessories that I bought for my week long “trial period” journey from Florida to Tennessee:
50 ft zero G drinking water hose
30 amp Southwire surge protector
lockable boot, and multiple hitch locks
heavy duty levelers and solid rubber chocks
Brand new Ice maker
Black and Grey water tank treatment pods
“slinky” waste water support
90 degree water hose fitting
and more, I’m probably forgetting
– length 23′
-GVWR: 6000 lbs
-electric drum brakes
-electric hitch jack
-50 gallon fresh water tank with auto fill
-20 gallon black tank
-20 gallon grey tank
– Two 30lb propane tanks
-both sides and rear awnings
-stainless steel rock guards
-13,500 BTU air conditioner
-30,000 BTU gas furnace
-6 gallon water heater with electronic ignition
Feel free to reach out with questions! Mike has agreed to be available for questions as we talked about my concerns with my ability to handle everything on my own, as I am a disabled solo camper wannabe. He certainly knows much more about this beauty than I do.
This Airstream is truly special, fun and easy to tow. I brought it home up the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee with my Tacoma with no problems.
Very well built with lots of storage space and again, will not last long on the market! : )
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