Beautiful customized / upgraded International Serenity 23FB perfect for a family of 5 if you’re crazy like us or a couple ready to explore the wilds of the US. Standard interior kit including fully ducted AC / heat first model year this was standard to give you more headroom and better heating / cooling. Interior is dark wood appearing floor, light gloss creme walls, manufactured stone counters, and the beloved famous 23FB layout. Tows incredibly well we use a 2015 Grand Cherokee Diesel
airstream approved lift kit for several inches of extra clearance perfect for wilder adventures, or those nasty gas station driveways
airstream installed 2″ receiver on the back important limits on weight / distribution, but great for a couple bikes
easy start kit possible to run AC on a generator
upgraded batteries to AGM
rooftop solar with inverter
includes pre installed Anderson sway/distribution hitch. Can also discuss a brake controller if needed.
backup camera included
**UPDATE** 1 Initially posted that refrigerator was not working – I can confirm that it actually is working on electrical power. Rather we seem to have developed a low pressure propane leak at the tank (leaky O-ring on the pigtails) causing the the fridge to shut off. I will be replacing these pigtails this weekend, and will update. Furnace, water heater, stove, and fridge all work on propane – but the tank was leaking due to the pigtail.
2 there is cosmetic damage to the outside we had some roofing contractors at our house and they got something on the road side of the trailer and then attempted to “buff it out” I will attach photos of the damages, but be advised. There is a also a dent on the curb side rear from a hedge.
3 upon closer inspection today there is also a dent on the front right roof. You can’t see it from the ground, I’ve never noticed it, possibly someone on the roof working on the trailer? There is no evidence of something falling or hitting the roof just an indentation.
Please feel free to reach out with questions or offers. Thanks for checking out our trailer. Stay healthy.
*Ready to Camp but refrigerator will need to be assessed for repair. I’m told it’s an easy fix, but I haven’t had a chance to get it in for repair.
Addendum: Many have asked, so I’ll just answer here.
1) We are the second owners. We purchased it in mid 2019 from an Airstream re-seller (who specializes primarily in reselling and restoring airstreams only) – we had it inspected by a third party with extensive notes and photo documentation. I can share this pdf with you if you make a serious offer. The original owner (we are told) did not really ever use it – just parked it in storage. We have put on about 4k miles on 7 or so trips (mostly Big Sur, Sequoia, Zion).
2) Total cost to replace panels will depend on how many are worth replacing to you (definitely the rear right with the deep scratch, I wouldn’t bother with the roof personally) – $10k-20k in Southern California. This number would go down if you could buff out any of the scuffed panels, but I can’t guarantee that’s possible. Some who have looked at it suggested it might be.
3) Total value of the upgrades (all performed by the Airstream reseller or an official Airstream shop) is about $5-6k. We also have almost a thousand dollars worth of trailering paraphernalia we would be happy to gift with it to a buyer new to trailering.