2013 Airstream Flying Cloud 30FB Bunk. Parked within an indoor private garage.
This airstream has served our family of 4 very well providing us countless memories. We really love that the kids have their own separate area with beds that we don’t have to set up and take down each night. There is a front queen bed and a rear full with a twin bunk bed above. This unit has the 50A power upgrade with two rooftop mounted AC/Heat Pump units.
We have taken trips weeks long and at the end we all could see ourselves living in the trailer for longer.
We park the airstream inside of a private garage when we aren’t using it so it’s been pretty well protected from the elements. There is no water or other major damage to the trailer.
The unit has a recently replaced hot water heater and has newer tires (2019). Other regular maintenance has been performed as things have loosened up or needed work over the years. We installed a winterizing kit on the water pump to make winterizing with RV antifreeze easier. The hitch coupler and a-frame power jack were replaced in 2019 due to wear and manufacturing defects.
We have installed the Micro-Air soft-start controllers into both AC units to allow for easy use on smaller generators. We can run one AC unit on a single Honda EU2200i and both of them with a pair of EU2200i paralleled together. We would consider selling the pair of generators along with the trailer.
We have an equal-i-zer sway control hitch with 10K bars that we would consider selling along with the trailer.
The small panel on the upper rear of the trailer has some separation of the clear coat that we have been watching. There are a few small dings in the skin of the trailer in a few spots, but otherwise it’s in great shape. There is some wear on the upholstery on the dinette and couch.
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