2006 Special 75th Anniversary Edition 16 ft. Bambi. Interior has a tropical design, world map on the dining table, palm tree curtains, bamboo style storage sliding doors and special Easter Island Head pulls on most storage drawers, the floor is simulated wood. The bed sleeps two comfortably and has a blue bedspread with two throw pillows, bed sheets included. The ceiling-mounted air-conditioning and heat unit has recently been cleaned and serviced. Stainless steel sink, two-burner stove with exhaust to outside with three storage cabinets under the sink. Closet with cloths bar and wall mirror, small shelf and hooks for hanging clothes or towels. Has a sliding partition between the bedroom that sleeps two and a front area that also converts to a sleeping area for two additional people. Large storage area under the bed that includes a blue canvas cover for the entire travel trailer.
Exterior has standard Airstream hookups for 30 amp electric connection, freshwater, cable tv, phone, and wastewater drain and hoses. All cables and hoses included. New deep-cycle 12-volt battery. Exterior crank up TV antenna, hot water heater, and furnace vents to outside as does refrigerator. Brand new 3,500 lbs electric lift and 2 new propane tanks. stow away entrance stairs, four manual crank stabilizers on each corner, and a screen door. Pull down blue and white stripe awning on the entry door side. Equalizer Sway System for smooth traveling. Two new heavy-duty radial tires plus one spare tire under the front A-frame. Kept on secure fenced-in Naval Air Station, Sigbee Park, Key West, FL
I live on an island and bought this camper for when a hurricane is heading my way. I used this camper when hurricane Irma hit the keys in 2017. Have you ever tried to get a hotel room when everyone is evacuating in the same direction ? I’m not a snob but I like knowing who slept in my bed the night before. Has normal wear and tear.
I have the title free and clear, not financed.
Cash or Verified Cashiers check only, no personal checks.
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