Selling our 2014 updated 22FB to make room for a new Airstream. This was our first Airstream purchase – a lightly used 2014 model. First owner usage was very light, and everything looked brand new when purchased in late 2018. We’ve out fitted this 22FB Sport adding a lot of creature comforts and upgrades, but maintaining all original Airstream structures and amenities. Key upgrades are listed below, but top of the list is the galley table replacement which opens the galley and kitchen area up enormously, and then the awesome 165W solar installation with 100Ah LiFePO4 (LiIon) battery. Add the 1000W pure sine wave inverter (standard in all late model AS’s) and you have a hardcore boondocking Airstream that can last upward of a week off the grid in low light (forest bottom) conditions, or indefinitely in sunny sky’s. Upgraded 16″ small truck Tires (2019) and repacked bearings(Nov 2019) which give full confidence driving cross country and as a plus, increase ground clearance by 1″, which counts! Ready to tow away with an SUV or Truck and straight into a campsite!
o Convertible Teak Galley Table: Opens and rotates into a host of configuration with height/depth/length configurability. Can be removed to enable 2nd sleeping surface. Just place a Yeti cooler into the leg area and add the original cushions to create a perfect 2nd sleeping quarters when needed. Original galley table comes with purchase.
o Roof mounted 165W Solar Panel. Typically daily full sun output is 750Wh or 62% recharge of the LiFePO4 battery.
o BattleBorn 100Ah LiFePO4 battery w/ upgrade LiIon converter/charger. (Battery located inside)
o Victron Bluetooth enabled battery monitor (BMV-712) and Solar controller (MPPT 75/10). You can check your battery draw and solar power output anytime and even from your tow vehicle going down the road!
o 1000W Pure Sine Inverter – Wired to two internal outlets for charging and operating AC devices while off-grid (or on shore power).
o Progressive Industries Hardwired Surge & Electrical Protector with remote Amp/Voltage/Fault Display (in closet).
o Custom dimmable LED Strip lights for Indirect (not harsh) evening lighting above bed and above kitchen counter.
o Reupholstered Galley Seating with down throw pillow seat back cushions. Original galley cushions come with purchase.
o Custom Anthropology designer wallpaper. Easily removable.
o Martha Stewart quilt and two sets of bed sheets included – Summer and winter (flannel) sheets.
o New Delta bathroom faucet (March 2021), New Moen shower faucet (Jan 2019).
o New Deep Kitchen Sink with new Chrome Faucet with Sprayer and wooden sink cover (Jan 2020).
o Replaced Holding Tank Volume sensors April 2019.
o Our 22FB Sport has been stored under cover while not in use. We recently returned from a 3 week trip and all systems are fully operational. Interior and exterior are in very good condition with some slight cosmetic marks due to normal usage.
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