Airstream 25FB Flying Cloud with many upgrades for boondocking. It’s ready to go on a long adventure! Are you?
My family and I have lived in this airstream full-time over the last 2 years and it has been an amazing experience. We spent our summers in the mountains of Colorado and winters in Southern California, Utah, and Arizona. We purchased the AS from the original owner who never took a single trip. I estimate we towed the AS 7k miles. It has been well maintained, upgraded for boondocking, and is ready for its next adventure.
We are selling our AS and buying a home in the mountains of Colorado.
Currently located in San Diego.
I have listed the features and upgrades below.
I will note that the airstream did experience some hail near the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado and has light cosmetic dimples on a couple of the upper panels.
The airstream is in excellent working condition and ready to go.
Convection microwave with 3 burner cooktop
Black ultraleather (amazing factory upgrade!).
Dark counter tops
2 Samsung TV’s
Samsung blue ray
Clarion surround sound and sub woofer under dinette.
2 Fan-tastic vent fans with rain sensor.
Aftermarket Upgrades: **Having these upgrades included will save you many months of scheduling as many of these items are in short supply and professional installers have very long waiting lists.
Solar Power Upgrade – use any outlet while camping off the grid, even the convection microwave or a hair dryer.
Zamp Solar: Total 380 watts
Zamp ZS-30A solar charge controller
Magnum: 2000 pure sine inverter/charger
Magnum: ME-RC controller
Victron: bluetooth battery monitor
Battle Born: lithium batteries 2x 100 amp hour
Blue Sea Systems: USB outlets
Water Purification: Fresh tasting water straight out of the kitchen tap. (mounted under the kitchen counter) We believe this is the best all-around system available.
Seagull IV: water purification system 3-stage process down to .4 micron
Nature’s Head: composting toilet (original toilet is available – never used)
No smelly black tanks to deal with. The Nature’s Head composting toilet is the way to go especially if you want to camp without hookups.
Outside lp gas hookup and 20’ propane hose with quick connect so you can connect a outdoor gas grill or oven and fuel off the AS propane tanks.
Goodyear: endurance tires
Tire Minder: tire monitor
Equal-i-er Hitch: 4-point sway control weight distribution hitch.
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