2014 Airstream Flying Cloud 25 Front Bedroom $58,000
Not ready for sale until Aug 15
We are second owners (non-smokers–no pets) and outfitted this Airstream for boondocking/dry camping with 400 watts of solar panels, 440 amp/hrs AGM batteries, 2000 watt inverter and Magnum battery monitor all installed by Palmer Energy Systems. Added Goodyear Endurance tires in 2018, two Fantastic Fan vent covers (you can leave the vents open in the rain), Micro-Air EasyStart (allows A/C to run with 2000 watt generator), quiet Shurflo water pump with accumulator tank.
We feel the front bedroom models are the most popular for a reason–99 percent of the time your best view is in the back, and that’s what you want to see during the day from the salon and kitchen. The dining table converts into a lounge/extra bed and the fabric is black ultra leather. We love how the shower is completely separate from the toilet/sink area for ease of use. Great panoramic windows front and rear, and we have heat deflecting Reflectix cut to fit for every window. Two 28′ flat screen TV’s, queen size bed, LED lighting with dimmers, 16′ awning, two 30lb LP tanks, power jack, Equalizer weight distribution hitch, outdoor shower, Nev-R-Lube hubs, Sony stereo, gas/electric water heater, 15K BTU air conditioner, propane or A/C refrigerator with interior fan for better cooling, solid slow-closing toilet seat, extra water heater control board (just in case) and much more.
There is one small dent in the lower part of one of the rock guards. That’s what they’re for and are replaceable. Never had a leak and everything is in perfect working order. We will spend as much time as needed showing you how everything works. This Airstream was hardly used at all when we bought it, and we’ve spent six months traveling each year since 2017. We love camping “off the grid” and that’s why we went to the extra expense ($7200) of outfitting with solar and larger batteries.
Steve and Rachel Williams
(Currently traveling with Airstream and truck in New Mexico/Colorado)
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