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2007 Airstream Safari SE 25FB Queen Bed 25 (aluminum interior skin like the Flying Cloud model).
The Safari SE is the predecessor to the Flying Cloud currently offered by Airstream dealers. The Safari SE is the only Safari model that offers aluminum interior skin.

The factory SE (Special Edition) package includes:
• Upgraded sound system
• Gleaming aluminum interior skin – no “mouse fur” / fabric walls
• Exterior shower
• Panoramic windows in front and back

Additional upgrades / services include:
• Wood counter tops and shelving surfaces – prior owner
• Ultraleather Cushion Covers and new foam (sourced from Airstream) – August 2019
• Stainless steel exterior trim panels – prior owner
• Microwave added in wardrobe closet – 2019
• 15,000 BTU air conditioning – October 2020
• Refrigerator LP/electric– April 2019
• Bedroom television – September 2018
• Power tongue jack – 2020
• 16” Sendel wheels and Michelin LT225/75R16 LTX M/S2 Load Range E tires (set of 5) – September 2018
• Centramatic wheel balancers – September 2018
• Blue Ox BXW1000 SwayPro™ Standard Hitch – September 2018
• TST tire pressure monitoring system – September 2018
• New brake assemblies: July 2022 – less than 100 miles ago
• New wheel bearing assemblies: July 2021 – less than 6200 miles ago

We purchased this Airstream in 2018 (we are the second owner). Initially, we towed with a 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe with a 5.3 engine (half ton), however the need for a newer tow vehicle led us to 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD (three quarter ton).

We will be selling the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado (6.0 liter V8 gasoline engine) with approximately 30,000 miles once the Airstream has been sold.

Our intent is to purchase a Class C or Class B Airstream motorhome.

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  • If an offer looks too good to be true, it probably is! Maintain a healthy skepticism.
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Recommendations For Buyers

Know the vehicle’s market value

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Recommendations For Buyers

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Airstream: 2007 25FT Safari For Sale In Plano, Texas

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