Selling our 2013 Airstream Interstate 24 Lounge EXT with 41,000 miles on her. 3500 Dually Sprinter 2012 Chassis. Beautiful black exterior with cream interior.
This is the 24′ Lounge EXT layout, which affords 4 captains chairs with three point seatbelts up front, turnable to face a removable center table, as well as a lounge which can be configured to face a central table or reclined to make a large bed. Unique to the 24′ EXT is two additional feet of cargo space in the rear, which affords additional cargo room, an extra 2′ of bed space to the rear with the extension pieces folded down (by far the. largest bed space of any class B – perfect for the 6′ to 6’7″ folks, as well as an enormous overhead rear cabinet to supplement the ample cabinet storage. This configuration is really the only safe layout for folks who want to drive with more than 2 people or are taller than average, or have gear they would like to bring and be comfortable at the same time.
Mechanically, this rig is dialed in. I am fortunate enough to be located near Hoekstra Sprinter in Grand Rapids, who have been in and out of the chassis and have it dialed in. Along with the low mileage, the recently replace DEF Line Heater, DEF Tank Heater, emissions system upgrade and replacement, along with comprehensive analysis means that this unit is reliable, efficient and trustworthy, with literally hundreds of thousands of miles left in it. This generation Sprinter, in my opinion, has the right balance of technology like bluetooth, parking sensors, rear camera and infotainment without the prone-to-failure invasive technology that can be unpredictable at times, such as the automated braking and wind compensation. Built in Germany, not during the Amazon demand push and Pandemic demand fire drill, this was manufactured on a chassis and coach level the right way by two of the best manufacturers in their respective industries – Mercedes and Airstream.
– DEF Line Heater new 2021
-DEF tank heater new 2021
– Full emissions system recall campaign 2020040008 performed by Hoekstra Sprinter (highly recommended factory certified service center in GR) including exhaust system, NOx sensors, ECU and software re-flash, cat, and all the other settlement upgrades indicated in the campaign.
– new cabin and engine air filters
Onboard (undercarriage) Onan Genset LP fired with remote start and load manager, just inspected, serviced and oil changed by Cummins Grand Rapids
Fiamma Power awning
Interior dimmable led lighting throughout coach, ceiling, floor and under cabinet
Top quality Airstream wood cabinets
Airstream aluminum overhead liner and bath Porthole window – cannot beat the asthtetics and quality of Airstream
New Sony 2-way hi fidelity poly cone front speakers installed.
Electronic climate control thermostat for coach
Dual flat screen and audio video system
5,000 pound tow capacity, 2″ hidden Hitch, Tow package and added electronic brake controller – rear inboard duallies
Full blackout/ insulation foil panel window inserts for windshield and driver/ passenger windows. Rear window blackout inserts in addition to stock airstream trim covers and shades.
Installed this summer brand new full mascerator pump and motor.
I left much of the standard specs that are on the airstream website out since you probably know them.
She’s a beautiful unit and will make great memories for you.
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