2017 Airstream Flying Cloud 25 RB Twin – Georgia
Overview of this Luxury Airstream: This is a previously owned rare Airstream 25 ft Flying Cloud rear bedroom TWIN. Driven less than 7,465 miles, total. We chose TWIN beds because it gave us maximum storage. We have owned this Flying Cloud since October 2017. This luxury Airstream comes with a Blue Ox tow/stabilizer package, wheel covers, Interstate batteries, awning and black tank hoses. Just so you get the idea of how much we cared for this trailer; we constructed a loop driveway, built a 24×40 ft enclosed garage with 2 roll-up doors, and 50-amp service on our property.
How is it equipped: Two (2) closets, Blackout curtains, Roll-up Shades, Kitchen table converts to bed, Back-up camera (Option), Two flat screen Samsung TV’s, Bluetooth, Blue Ray/DVD, Speakers throughout the unit. It has Refrigerator with separate freezer above, Microwave, Gas Oven, 3-Gas Burner Range, Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Cutting board, Stainless Steel Bathroom Sink, Separate Large Shower with Seat, Skylight, 2-Fantastic Fans, Zip Dee Awning, LED lights on the Awning, Double Propane Gas Tanks, Electric Power Hitch, Aluminum interior walls with ceiling A/C/H vents, Invertor, lots of storage, ETC. It comes with all original documentation.
Condition of the Airstream: PERFECT, simply perfect. My wife and I are fanatics on maintenance. We purchased a dehumidifier and check it several times a week during the winter and keep the A/C on during the summer. We check and charge the batteries so they don’t drain. I think you get the idea. We are maintenance overkill.
What was fixed, upgraded, or replaced on the Airstream: in September 2019 I upgraded the 15” wheels to 16” Sendel T03-66655T wheels w/ metal valve stems, including underneath spare, replaced the tires with Michelin AGILIS Cross Climate LT 225/75 R16 E115 112R BSW tires and locking lug nuts. I also upgraded the original refrigerator fan with a quiet Noctua fan, and the Voyager backup camera, water heater flue box & grille, and a storage door lock in 2019.
Why are we selling it? In October 2017, we purchased the Airstream to caravan with my cousin from Georgia to Washington State in 2018. However, we had a family emergency and could not make the trip. My wife and are retired, and we’re eliminating overhead and luxury items so we can sell-out and move from our current home to something more suitable for couples our age. We’re selling the Airstream accessories, and tow vehicle too. It’s a 2015 Ford Platinum FX4 w/ towing package, and lots of extras.
Pricing: NADA says retail is $75,425.00. Original selling price $83,209.00 plus $1,200.00 for BlueOx hitch/stabilizer. I am priced below that and happy to sell it to someone whom will take care of this luxury Airstream like we did.
Purchasing Notes: 1) I have the free and clear title, so we are clear. 2) please only contact me if you are serious. 3) I will not ship it out of state or out of the country. 4) How you pay for it is up to you however, I will need cash or we will need to go to your bank. 5) Sorry for all that, but there are some bad situations out there.
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