**Last reduction in price. Will relist in the spring. Best deal in North America. FIRM!
A new grandchild, an elderly parent and a puppy have our family changing course. This Bambi is in excellent condition, with a few bumps that I will fully disclose. We purchased it May 2019 and have had 15 wonderful camping trips. My journal has us putting less than 18,000 miles on it. We’ve only camped in the southeast and midwest, never west of the Mississippi River. We are its second owners. According to Camping World in Jacksonville, Fl, the original buyers had purchased it in Atlanta. They took it on one trip, then decided that they would prefer a camper that they didn’t have to tow.
From off the grid boondocking to full hookup glamping, we have never been uncomfortable. Both electric AC and gas heat work perfectly. All appliances work and the fridge can be turned on gas or electric, which is very convenient. Great bluetooth stereo, flatscreen tv and a dvd player. Abundant USB connections that charge off battery during boondocking.
We always used the indoor shower for storage. Outdoor shower works great.
Tires have less than 20,000 miles on them. I have had them, and the bearings checked, prior to every trip.
Camper pulls like a dream behind my 2003 Chevy Avalanche truck. The last picture posted was from our first boondocking experience. Short Mountain distillery in Tennessee. So much fun!
-replaced cheap plastic skylight with $400 tinted glass skylight.
-$700 Weight distribution hitch with sway bars
-immediately after purchasing the camper, we had $800 custom denim cushion covers made for the banquet. Underneath, are beige leather cushions in excellent condition.
-RV electric surge protector
-Rhino flexible sewer lines with risers
– not an upgrade, but we always used a foam mattress topper over our Airstream mattress. Mattress looks brand new.
-outdoor pop-up shower enclosure and teak mat.
-I bought a new voyager backup camera for $200, had it wired by an electrician; however, I could never get it to link with the monitor. I drive an older truck with no backup camera. I would have liked to have had a backup camera, but it was not necessary.
-Two dings in the back. One I did and the other is a mystery. See pictures.
-We purchased it with a flaw in the door, however it locks and closes properly. See pictures.
-park stickers have been removed from propane tank cover. Some scratches were left.
$50,000 Airstream Bambi Sport 22 with hitch.
$65,000 Airstream hooked to 2003 Avalanche Truck. Not only is it the truck that has pulled the Bambi on every trip, but I use it daily. 220K miles. Runs strong. Upgrades and issues upon request.
Clear Title in hand. Wire Bank Transfer or certified bank check only.
Delivery is a possibility after the check has cleared.
Thank you for looking at our beloved Bambi,
Jim and Hope
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