Beautifully kept under cover, this 22ft Safari Sport has lived a life without much use. Total usage between us and the previous owners is less then 30 days of camping. We had bought this Airstream with the dreams of traveling the USA, when life happened and we ended up having to put our travel dreams on hold for a few years.
-Full PDI inspection from Airstream of South Mississippi -certified for resale
-Brand new MaxxAir Deluxe Fan w/remote -Professionally installed by Airstream of South Mississippi
-Brand new electric tongue jack
-West Marine AGM battery upgrade
-Brand new custom cut mattress front dinette delete
-Custom made bench upgrade w/locking storage
-Lagun Table mount butcher block table with food grade stain
-TPMS sensors w/ cab alarm system included
-30 amp inlet replaced with heavy duty marine grade inlet
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This Airstream is ready to hit the road with a full inspection from Airstream of South Mississippi. The front panels are not rusted, this is a clear acrylic panel Airstream introduced in 2008 and discontinued in the following years. We were quoted on rock panels for the front but they were on backorder for the next 6 months. We bought literally everything for long term travel so you don’t have to! Including a weight distribution hitch w/anti sway bar, progressive 30 amp surge protector, 30ft water hose w/filter system, brand new 15amp extension cord, 15 amp adaptor/50amp step down adaptor, & trailer brake system if your vehicle does not have one.
Dry weight: 3400
Hitch Weight: 370
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