We are selling our 2012 27’ Front bed Queen International Signature Christopher Deams edition. Three awning package.
We are the 2nd owners of this amazing trailer and have all the original paperwork and documentation from when it was purchased new.
This trailer has been our baby and we spent a year in it traveling over 15k miles.
It has over $35k in upgrades including 600 watts of rooftop mounted solar, 400amp/hour lithium batteries, and a 3500watt Magnum hybrid inverter installed that will power everything from a drip coffee maker to the AC. Additionally, you can add additional panels on the ground and plug into a port at the front of the trailer. We have had 880watts of panels hooked up and have brought in 52amps on a perfect day! Power for days!
This trailer has 39 gallon freshwater and grey water tanks and a 37 gallon black water tank.
The interior is in excellent condition and has also been upgraded with the Grand Lounge layout, bamboo flooring and countertops, and a working desk space with drawers to better accommodate working daily out of the trailer. Numerous extra outlets have been installed that all work with the inverter to be powered at 120volts so that you can power all your electronics. All this work was professionally done by Ultimate Airstreams in Portland Oregon using OEM materials. I have all paperwork and receipts for all the upgrades that were performed.
-The trailer has a 3” frame lift for better access to boondocking spots or steep driveways.
-Upgraded 16” wheels with a 16” spare and new BF GOODRICH Commerical T/A tires approx ~1500 miles on them
-Custom fabricated-in bumper 2” bike hitch receiver
-12volt outlets installed near the bedsides to charge phones/tablets without turning on the inverter
-Custom blackout curtains
-weBoost cellular signal booster with internal/external antennas
-Dual fantastic fan vent covers
-Oxygenics efficient shower head
-Sirius XM radio with CD player/Bluetooth
-Onboard drinking water filtration system at the kitchen sink
-Arvika front-mounted 2 bike carrier over the propane tanks
-Equal-I-zer anti-sway weight distribution hitch
-Shore power cables
-Reflectix window inserts for every window
I have itemized receipts for every upgrade this Airstream has. To purchase this trailer and have all this work done to it would cost you over $150k today and would take a lot longer than you’d want it to. There is hundreds of hours in labor with all the upgrades and it was all done by Airstream-affiliated contractors.
This trailer is ready to tow and needs nothing. It will come with full propane tanks. GVWR is 7600lbs.
The trailer has a clean and clear title and is located in Post Falls, ID. I am happy to discuss in more detail with serious potential buyers and would love to answer any questions you may have.
We are asking $95kobo
Please message me to further inquire
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