The perfect trailer for a camping couple or small family!
The front bedroom layout has walk around access and panoramic windows.
Along with the rear full bathroom, central dinette and kitchen galley, this is a great floor plan.
Our trailer is currently winterized and in storage in Gig Harbor, Washington.
We are original owners, nonsmokers with clear title in hand. She is ready for the 2023 season.
The Flying Cloud pulls very easily, hence her name. Vehicles with class 4 towing package, 7 prong electrical/brake connection, 6000 lb. tow capacity and hitch tongue weight of 475 lbs. are perfect to pull.
Her dry weight is only 4800 lbs., and a Blue Ox Sway control was installed at the dealership.
The power hitch has a manual backup and hitch cover.
Our trailer comes with lots of accessories included in our asking price. Choose any or all of the following.
30 Amp Shore Power Surge Protector and Power Cord
20 Amp and 50 Amp Adapters
Anderson trailer Jack Block.
LevelMate PRO Wireless RV leveling system.
Metal Scissors X Chocks Tire locks.
Black and Gray tank hoses.
Heated and Standard Fresh Water Hoses and Purifier Filter.
Dometic Thermostat has been upgraded to the EasyTouch Bluetooth enabled thermostat by Micro Air.
Dish King Tailgater with metal tripod ground stand and Wally receiver.
Surround Sound Entertaiment
Zip Dee roadside awning sunscreen adds sun protection and some campsite privacy.
Go Power 200-Watt Solar Panel with suitcase. Brand new still in the suitcase!
Ikich free standing Ice Machine.
Custom Wood Live Edge dinette tabletop.
Dealer installed dual Bike Rack.
Factory Installed Back Up Camera system.
Airstream tire and wheel covers.
Fantastic Fan Outside fan covers for rain and wind protection.
Camco Travel Aid Dual Tire Changing Ramp + Wrench.
2 Reliance 5-gallon Fresh Water Containers
My wife along, with our Shih Tzu Maxx and I, have been on a great adventure with our Airstream. We have traveled through 21 of the 24 states west of the Mississippi River. We have been to 23 of the 40 National Parks in the western US. We would pull our Airstream to a location and park her for a week or up to a month. Then, day trip to locations of interest. A fantastic way to see this great country of ours!
Bittersweet to part with her, but time now to reconnect with our family and friends and decide what our next adventure looks like.