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Flying Cloud

, Tennessee
Last Modified October 31, 2022
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Flying Cloud

, Tennessee

2009 Airstream Flying Cloud 23FB

Length: 23.75’
Width: 8’
Exterior Height: 9.42’
Interior Height: 6.42’
Dry weight: 4757 lbs
Payload: 1243 lbs
GVWR: 6000 lbs
Hitch Weight: 500 lbs
Fresh Water: 39 g
Grey Tank: 30 g
Black Tank: 18 g
Propane: 2 x 14.2 g (total 60 lbs)
Fridge: electric or propane
Water Heater: 6 g propane only
2 Fantastic Fans

Well loved and kept, partially renovated, and perfect for boondocking. Custom two tone paint that really brightens the space. Dinette removed for more open couch area (memory foam cushions that are still comfortable to sleep on). I removed the small sink in the bathroom for more counter space since the kitchen sink is so close. All plumbing is capped and still there if you want to put one back in. By myself I can comfortably boondock for 5-7 days, and 200ah of battery (with sun or partial sun) is more than enough. I used a suitcase solar panel when it was too overcast, or a generator when needing to run the AC while boondocking or to charge batteries during multiple stormy days. Te bathroom door is not in the pictures because I removed it, but I still have it and will reinstall once sold. I lived in and travelled with my two dogs for a year and this trailer has been amazing. I’m selling because I’m ready for my next adventure overseas. $49,500 (Negotiable within reason), cash only. I would be willing to travel a few hours to meet once the unit is sold.

New in 2021:
Memory foam mattress
Coupler hitch
Two 100ah Battle Born Lithium Batteries
24” Smart TV
Outdoor shower

New in 2022:
Solar panels (380 w total)
Weight distribution hitch
Water pump

The only problems are; the springs in the freezer don’t work, the sound system has some feedback (but I just used a Bluetooth speaker), the tank sensors don’t measure correctly (seems to be par for the course), and the shower door doesn’t stay closed when inside (but I use a mini bungee cord and it works great).

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