Greetings! We have a 1995 Airstream 25′ Excella that has been professionally renovated by an RV renovation company here in Austin. We are only selling it because we want to downsize to a smaller Airstream.
• 2-burner induction cooktop (Furrion)
• 1.6 cu. speed cook convection microwave (Bosch)
• 9 cu. ft. 2-way refrigerator (Dometic)
• Black sconces (Lucent Lightshop)
• Media receiver with Bluetooth (Sony)
• 27″ monitor (used as our TV)
• Stainless steel deep sink with pull-down faucet
• Brass cabinet pulls and knobs (Rejuventation)
• Queen 7″ gel memory foam mattress (not pictured)
• Pet door underneath the bed
• Pantry/wardrobe closet
• Speakers throughout
• Separett Weekend 7010 composting toilet
• Custom cushions and upholstery
• 400ah lithium batteries
• 5 Renogy solar panels (500 watts)
• Victron Inverter / Charger
• Victron Charge Controller
• Catalytic heater
• Weboost Antenna
• Equal-i-zer Sway bar
• 2 Fantastic Fans
• Dometic Air Conditioner
• Tank level monitor
• Kitchen exhaust fan
• Bathroom exhaust fan
We are the second owners of this Airstream and have personally traveled in it once. Although it is technically travel-ready, there are a few finishing touches that could be completed.
We had a deadline to meet, so although we were able to complete a majority of the work, here are some remaining projects you may want to consider:
• Magnetic latches for cabinet drawers partially completed
• Shower curtains
• Sliding door for bathroom (if desired, we used a curtain instead)
• Unfinished wiring for bathroom lighting
• Screen mesh needs to be added to the entry door
• Paint touch-up on the cabinets
• Countertop touch-up (edge banding was coming off)
• Convection microwave was installed by the Airstream Reno company we worked with. Although it worked when we went to go pick up our airstream, for some reason, it stopped working when we traveled with it, so this will need to be looked at. It is brand new and has never been used.
When we bought this Airstream to renovate, there were already some exterior damages that we never got around to repairing, so this is something to consider if you want to do it or not:
• Dent on passenger side rear
• Some peeling on the exterior aluminum
• Cosmetic damages to exterior graphics
• Some minor rusts but nothing major
This Airstream is perfect for you if:
• You don’t mind doing the finishing touches (paint touch-up, adding a shower curtain, repairing the convection microwave, etc.).
• You are okay with having some of the exterior repaired/cleaned-up if you wish to.
• You have pets (we have a small pet door installed under the bed).
• You want to use it for full-time, part-time, or weekend travel (this layout can work for anyone!).
• You want to use it as an ADU for yourself or a potential Airbnb.
** Full transparency **
We put in roughly $68k into this entire build. We are not trying to profit off of this Airstream; just hoping to make back what we put in.
We are asking for $68,000 or best offer (please submit reasonable and fair offers).
If you are seriously interested and considering putting in an offer, please email me at cathy.cl3514(at)gmail(dot)com! I am happy to answer any questions you have.
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