Time to move up to an Airstream! Well made, comfortable RV’s that hold their value. This is a great all-around example of the Airstream experience – big enough for three people (or four if two are small children) and easy to tow anywhere, even with a small pickup. It has a 3″ lift kit installed so you can boondock with confidence. It has a queen sized forward bed and the settee can be reconfigured as a bed for a not-too-tall adult.
We purchased this trailer for a trip we had been talking about for years – out to Sedona, AZ, then visits to Bryce and Zion parks. We’ve completed the trip, the Airstream served extremely well and now it’s time to part with it. We also have a boat that we travel on extensively and are getting to the age where it’s too much to have both as well as a house to maintain.
Everything works. We were impressed with the comfort it provided, even when the temperature fell to 14 degrees at Bryce Canyon. As we traveled through Texas it got over 80 degrees and the A/C had no problem keeping up. The furnace had no trouble keeping us comfortable as the temperature dropped into the 20’s and we had no issues with any of the systems.
There are a few imperfections as you would expect but no major damage anywhere. Minor scratches and dings and a star crack in the forward window protector which is acetate and has been reinforced to prevent spreading. Any glass shop can replace it if it’s an annoyance.
If this is your first RV I can provide you with everything you need to get started; power cables, black tank dump lines and fittings, a heated water supply hose (which was handy in 14 degree weather), wheel chocks, etc., etc. Optional equipment which could be included are Rock Tamer protective hitch mounted flaps, an anti-sway hitch and a 5,000 watt dual fuel RV generator. And if you don’t have a tow vehicle I have a 2018 GMC Sierra 2500HD diesel pickup that we can discuss!
Also included is the ability to set up the interior in three possible configurations: the original dinette setup, as a portable office (with workspace and computer mounting spaces replacing the dinette) or a chest freezer in place the dinette. I’ve included pictures of the office setup which is now removed and replaced with the original dinette setup. All the pieces needed to have the other two configuration are included except for a computer monitor and mounting hardware.