2007 19ft Airstream Bambi 33,000.00 OBO
Just reduced from 36,000
All numbers are in dollars
This is an Airstream that has been extensively upgraded and restored and is excellent condition I purchased this Bambi 75th Anniversary Special Edition LS in October of 2015. I am the 2nd owner . Below I will list the upgrades.
Parallax Converter 285
AM Solar System with 2 100 watt solar roof mounted panels, Blue Sky Solar Controller and remote monitor 2500.00 installation 1000.00
Rear view camera 480
Dexter Axle 3 lift kit 200
alluminum 2 entry steps 200
New propane detector 40
Max Air II vent 40
New CO2 detector 35
New latex green topper, foam mattress from mattress Insider, sheets and Mattress cover 700
New Sendel 16 Black accent wheels 230
Michelin 16 E rated tires 225/75 MS ll tires 390 low milage and covered added 2016 390
Hubs repacked 20 no play when tires installed 2014 low milage since and checked periodically
Fiamma Bike Rack 400 modified for a fat tire Ebike with new bumper supports. I have the original 2 bike rails that can be reinstalled
Centramatic wheel balancers 100
Drapes and upholstery 1000
Weboost cell phone booster 400
SiriusXM radio 75
Sirius antenna 38
Rear window conversion to be able to open rear window 155
Dometic 320 porcelain extended toilet 246
Dometic Stainless Fridge door 245
Propane Tank cover 200
Babaldi LED stove vent hood 190.00
Two Full River AGM 6 volt batteries 600
All interior and exterior Lights replaced with LED long lasting bulbs 200
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