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This Airstream has been parked in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and been a wonderful place for our family ever since it was towed home from Minnesota in 2019. We have an ambitious set of cabin projects on the near horizon, so we are putting this up for sale.

–New endurance tires (all six) in 2019. Towed from Minnesota to Virginia was its only voyage.
–Brakes and bearings also serviced at the time of the tires
–All original systems in good working order except the microwave (removed)
–Six Gallon LPG water heater
–3-way fridge (AC/DC/LPG)
–Magic Chef 4-burner stove and LPG oven
–NuTone power center (Built-in blender station)
–‘Boiling hot” water dispenser at kitchen sink
–Filtered drinking water dispenser at kitchen sink with under-sink charcoal filter
–Kenmore 2-stage water filter system installed under rear twin bed along with adjustable pressure regulator
–New city-water inlet and check valve
–New bath vent/fan
–New exterior lighting housings/lenses
–New LED ‘scare light’
–Roof mounted solar (3 panels) unknown output but the solar controller regularly reads 14.5v in sunlight and has kept the house batteries topped up for 3 years without issue.
–Onan generator controller & panel are installed (generator is not as it was sold before we purchased the trailer)
–All seams resealed with Acryl-R and parbond
–Removed carpet and replaced with LVT flooring
–Gaucho, dinette, venetian blinds, blind boxes, china cabinet, and several overhead cabinets removed to make this less claustrophobic for a 6’3” guy
–All curtains (professionally cleaned) and tracks are still with us but we removed them as we have lots of privacy on the mountain.
–All Zip-Dee awnings in good shape with new strut for main awning installed in 2019 to replace damaged unit
–Matching Zip-Dee chairs embroidered with the original owners’ names 😉
–Two different weight-distributing hitch setups
–Holds two 40lb LPG tanks (80lb total) in the front tongue
–Large L-shaped front sofa sleeps two 6ft+ adults no problem. 90” by 91” by 31” deep. Professionally made cushions with Sunbrella fabric (also accents elsewhere inside).
–Large walnut butcher block work area and shelving
–Tons of storage underneath L-shaped sofa and countertop
–Custom mahogany and zinc coffee table with removable legs for easy storage
–Second fresh-water pump plumbed in parallel for easy switchover in the event of failure
–Boxes, and boxes, and boxes of organized brand new spare parts for all kinds of things
–Lots of things I am surely forgetting like matching tire covers (not pictured) and brand new spare chair totes….

–Keyless entry pad lights up but I have no idea how to operate it nor do I know the code
–Missing street-side front window stone guard
–Two small dings (pictured)
–Missing 3rd brake light lens (small center light)
–Failed clearcoat has been stripped from the beltline up, including the roof, but no buffing has been done. We like the raw aluminum look but it isn’t for everyone.
–Decals on front lower stone guards and curb-side front area are worn
–A small piece of flooring in the rear has been removed (about 12” by 14”) as it was wet and soft. It has not been replaced but, the good news is that it is easy to inspect the rear frame from the hole.
–A small part of the belly pan hangs down a few inches below the rear axle and needs to be riveted back in place.
–One of the aluminum LPG tanks is the incorrect version and can only be safely used in vertical orientation (i.e. removed from the trailer and stood upright). Based on the 2012 date stamp, someone replaced it and probably didn’t know any better. New horizontal tanks are available for $450 each

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Airstream: 1991 34FT Classic For Sale In Nellysford, Virginia

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