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2013 Mercedes Benz Airstream Interstate Extended Lounge Class B RV. 31k miles. Just serviced at 30k everything normal and for the emissions recall.
Upgraded to solar and batteries. Newer LT tires in 2020, 10k miles.
Planning a trip to Yellowstone National Park? Check. Road trip down the Pacific Coast Highway? Check. Quick day trip to the beach, but want access to a heated outdoor shower to rinse off before heading back home? Check. Long drive to pretty much anywhere, but want quick access to a restroom, full kitchen, microwave/convection oven, refrigerator, shower, queen sized bed, while at the same time you want a vehicle that is easily maneuverable in city traffic, a turbo diesel engine powerful enough to tow an additional 5000 pounds, compact enough to be allowed onto the Pacific Coast Highway, and luxurious enough to not miss the creature comforts of home? Check. Oh, and you also want great gas mileage with a diesel engine? Check that too.
This is the most sought after camper van on the market for all the above reasons, plus more.
I have also installed 400 watts of solar perfectly mated to TWO Lifeline AGM batteries so that you can truly be “off the grid.” All of the solar panels and other electrical component upgrades were done by the legendary and master electrician, Lew Farber, the owner of Solar Tech Energy Systems. The world of RV solar is fairly small, and Lew Farber is definitely one of the most recognized names in the RV industry for his quality work and knowledge in solar power available for Airstream. The solar upgrade cost $9945, and is an absolute MUST if you plan on traveling without any restrictions with this RV. Solar means that you do NOT need to hook up to an external power source for several days.
But what if you find yourself in an area without any sunlight? No problem. The RV also comes equipped with a 2.5kW Onan generator that runs on liquid propane. This allows you to run the RV without shore power or sunlight, while simultaneously recharging your coach batteries. As long as you’ve got enough propane and/or sunlight, you should be able to go “off the grid” for an extended period of time.
The other features of this Airstream RV include: 6 gallon water heater, 13,500 BTU air conditioner, 16,000 BTU furnace, 3.1 cubic refrigerator 12 volt/110 volt , 1.2 cubic Microwave/Convection oven, 2 burner cook top used just once!
This Airstream has seatbelts for 9, and can transport 9 people easily. There are TWO high definition televisions, so there should never be a conflict on what to watch. Connect your iPhone with the lightning to the HDMI ready adapter to cast your favorite shows onto the monitors. There is also a CD player in the front TV.
This RV also has a 26 gallon fresh water tank, 27 gallon grey water tank, and a 15 gallon black water tank. If you have any reservations about emptying the black and grey water tanks, this Mercedes Benz Airstream has made it extremely simple and clean. Simply turn the switch for the Macerator pump, and all of the waste is pumped out for you. The hoses are all electronically retracted back into the RV, making this a hassle free experience.
The motorized awning is easy to set up, and provides ample shade for sitting around the campfire roasting s’mores!
This Airstream has been meticulously owned and maintained. All maintenance has been done by the Airstream Dealership, Airstream Adventures Northwest, which is located in Gladstone, OR / Mercedes Benz of Sacramento. It has always been properly winterized, walbernized, and detailed by them. All of the engine maintenance has been done at the Mercedes Benz dealership.
Included are: 2 custom front window covers that are insulated/blackout (purchased from Etsy) – these are great and have magnets around the perimeter for a great seal. Also comes with the front windshield reflective sun shade, and the original ‘curtain’ that separates the front captain’s chairs from the rear cabin. There is a single pole that has a tabletop, which can be placed in the front cabin (rotate the front 2 captain’s chairs to face the rear of the cabin), or place it in the rear so people can sit around the back bench and 2 side chairs (5 people). Also included are all the water hoses, electric cord/multiple adapters/surge protector.
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