**Will be adding lots of more info soon, just wanted to get a listing up to start getting some interest going**
We are selling our 2003 airstream International 22. Super cool 23’ airstream with a ‘J’ kitchen that allows for tons of counter space. We have owned this for a little over a year and actually lived in it full time for about 7 months working on the road. We have redone a lot of the inside, making it all electric (propane is all still there, we just didn’t want to use propane with living in it full time). We opened up the airspace to open shelves, put in a more modern electric fridge, and exchanged the dining table for a breakfast bar/office desk. Pulls extremely well, bathroom was untouched on the inside, and is perfect for someone who wants to work on the road or take trips in a small Airstream. Will be updating with lots more info, as well as putting together a pdf of lots more about it. There is still a handful of projects to be completed, but nothing huge, mostly cosmetic/little fixes here and there.
– Blue ox tow bar kit
– New big deep sink and faucet.
– Extended countertop, with new ikea custom J kitchen tops.
– Induction cooktop + gas cooktop (gas needs to be connected still)
– Breakfast bar/office desk
– Replaced with electric fridge
– Mattress topper
– Plenty of shelving and under-counter storage
– Lots of open headspace, switched top closed shelves with open shelving.
To still be completed:
– Counter top outlet has not been wired yet
– Propane is all there and working, but disconnected from stove. Will need to be attached and additional pipes (the one that ran to the old propane fridge) will need to be capped.
– Lights above bed are not wired and are purely aesthetic (wiring is connected but does not work. Could probably be figured out with additional focus on that part)
– Storage door under bed needs a small attachment, hinge, or magnet to better attach to frame.
– Still has original floor. Isn’t in bad shape, but could be cleaned up a little better due to old furniture and things mounted to floor that we removed. Would be easy to put new vinyl flooring probably.
– Will need two chairs for the breakfast bar/desk. Can fit two comfortably.
– Probably would want to strap/mount the fridge a little more securely for travel. Wasn’t ever a big deal, but it did slide out a little bit sometimes.
– Thermostat and furnace controls need to be wired up or installed. We always used the AC controls themselves, and never used the furnace, so was no big deal to us.
– Sink faucet could be attached more securely. Just needs tightening and perhaps silicone at bottom.
– Trim around top of the bathroom wall could use new trim/edging unless it doesn’t bother you like it didn’t us.
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