Selling our 28 foot Rear Bed Queen. Near mint condition and lightly used. We’ve done one trip from Idaho to Texas when we bought it, one trip from Dallas to Taos New Mexico for a long weekend, and one weekend trip to west Texas. We’ve had a couple local trips in it, but it’s been very lightly used.
This floorplan will sleep 6 more comfortably than most models, and has 3 separate sleeping areas, which we preferred for our family. Only reason we’re selling is because our tow vehicle was stolen last week, and based on work constraints limiting our ability to camp this year, and replacement cost of the tow vehicle, we’ve decided to sell for now.
We’ve spared no expense with our setup, and this is truly a ‘hitch up and go’ rig. We’re including everything. We believe all things considered, we’re pricing it fairly well for the market, but if you think we missed it, make us an offer. The extras would cost additional thousands to replace, and we spent the money expecting to get years of service out of it. Most of the upgrades have not even been used.
28 Rear Bed Queen Flying Cloud
Always in Covered Storage
50 Amps with dual ACs
Gas Oven/Gas Range
Conformably Sleeps 6.
Straight stock with virtually zero modifications in excellent condition
Brand new AGM batteries not yet installed.
Blue Ox Sway Pro Hitch
Zamp 100 watt portable solar panel, regulated (Never used. Bought it for this camping season)
2 new AGM batteries just purchased, but not yet installed.
Soft start for the AC so you can run both ACs on 30 amps, or on 30 amp generator power.
Progressive Industries 50 Amp Portable RV Electrical Management System Surge Protector EMS-PT50X
Numerous leveling blocks/ramps and chocks.
Tools for hitching
50 Amp cord
All adapters to convert 30 amp hookup, or 20 amp home socket.
Again, the 28 ft plan more comfortably sleeps 6 than the 27. We have two growing boys and chose this so we could actually comfortably sleep our family of 4 as they’d grow into teenagers.
We had the benefit of a day long “Airstream University” of sorts at the dealer, and if you’re new to Airstreaming, we’re happy to spend the day with you going over every system, how it works, best practices, etc.
Sad to see it go, but looking forward to selling it to the right person or family. Available in Waxahachie Texas. With no tow vehicle, I can’t move it, but happy to show it via Facetime/Zoom or in person.
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