This is my 2007 Airstream International. I have loved using it, but I do not have the time to use it due to work, other commitments, and hope to use the proceeds from the sale to pay down some bills. This unit is great for a weekend, week, or even longer for one, two, or a small family. It is easy to pull and to back into parking spots or when camping in an RV park that cannot accommodate larger rigs. It is a great starter unit or great for those looking to downsize to a more manageable trailer. There is one, one-inch dent below the outside shower port, I included a photo of the dent in the photos attached. in order to be full transparent, there are a few spots with a bit of Filiform corrosion in the aluminum, but I have treated these with CorrasionX.
After listing the trailer, I learned that I have two areas in the trailer that have a soft floor that needs to be repaired. The first area is near the door and the other area is in front of the shower. I have made an appointment for the repair to take place along with some other touch up painting to the back bumper as well as the tongue of the trailer. They cannot get me into their shop until 6/16 and they advised that the cost for repairing the subfloor could be as little as $1,000 or depending on what happens when they remove these areas at most the cost would be $5,000. I originally listed the trailer for $33,000, but now after getting the price to fix it I am willing to reduce that price by $6.000 for anyone who might want to do the work themselves or to have it done by a repair professional. If you wish to consider the trailer after the work is complete, I will need to increase the price to make up for the repairs that will take place. if you are interested in buying the trailer at a fixer up price let me know as I would be interested in selling it at a discounted price.
If you need a vehicle to tow this, I can also sell my 2008 Ford F-150 King Ranch that has 85K miles, but I cannot offer the truck without selling the trailer.
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