1992
29FT
Excella 1000
$23,000
Mossyrock
, Washington

1992 Airstream 29′ Excella 1000 Classic, rear twin bed model. This is a very clean trailer with good tires, awnings on three sides, sunshades and rock guards in front. I bought it when I saw that it came with a Hensley hitch as shown. Tow in comfort, worry free with a Hensley. The interior was freshened by the previous owner with a new oak panel floor, new furnace, updated goucho and a southwestern interior trim. It comes with an excellent Dometic refrigerator and a Duo-therm (by Dometic) air conditioner. Microwave/Convection oven and separate electric water heater round out the utility offerings. Bath and shower in middle hallway opposite a double door cedar-lined closet.

It’s a comfy, nice looking unit. It comes with the original Airstream manual for this unit and Hensley manual also. As we are moving toward a motorhome, I will include any Airstream spares or unused accessories we have in the deal. Also comes with matching twin bed comforters, sheets and decorative pillow cases as well as throw rugs and goucho decorative pillows.

This unit comes with a screened-in outside living room that attaches to the large awning and the trailer for add’l privacy and bug free relaxation. Really nice if you are setting up for more than one night.

There is a ding (shown) in the curbside rear upper quarter panel. One of the sunshades has a crack that is all but invisible, but a crack nonetheless. Thanks for your interest.

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Airstream: 1992 Airstream 29FT Excella 1000 For Sale in Mossyrock

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