This 2009 Airstream 27FB Classic Limited is in great condition and ready to travel. It’s been well taken care of. The Goodyear tires were new (June 2018) and now have travelled around 20,000 miles and carried us through Alaska (2019) and Yellowstone (2020) and Texas a few times. When we found some leaks right after we purchased in November 2018, we had the roof re-sealed, new skylights, new fantastic vent fans, a new headboard and a new cedar closet – completed January 2019 (can be verified by copy of invoice). New low maintenance batteries installed August 2020. This beauty has hickory hardwood cabinets. 15,000 BTU A/C with Heat Pump, 30,000 BTU ducted furnace controlled by digital thermostat. 7 cu.ft. refrigerator – electric or propane. There are 2 – 40 gallon propane tanks with probe-less tank monitoring system and tank cover. We still have the 2 original Zip Dee lawn chairs. The wardrobe is cedar-lined. The bed is a 60″ x 75″ queen bed. There is lift-up under-bed storage and 3 drawers under bed, 2 cabinets over the bed. Awnings are original Airstream Zip Dee – 18′ patio awning and 2 window shade awnings rear and side. The 600 watt inverter with 2 outlets, one under dinette and one by the tv, is quite handy when you don’t have electrical hookup. The kitchen features Corian countertops with galley sink covers (there is a small crack by the sink that we decided not to fix), and pop-up cabinet extension (with sturdy new hinges – courtesy of Alaskan roads), a spice rack over 3-burner stove, 900 watt microware. Additional specifications: 9000 lb. GVWR/8800 lb. Axle system, 6525 lb. Dry weight, 2475 lb. Cargo capacity. Stainless steel A-frame protectors, panoramic windows front, 6 gallon electric/gas water heater. 2 deep cycle batteries. We upgraded the lighting to LED. There is also a back up camera that we’ve never used. We also installed a Samsung smart TV, Sony Blue Ray DVD player and Sound bar for your enjoyment when you are relaxing in the evenings.
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