Brand new and unused 2021 Airstream 16br Caravel, plus all upgrades possible including Battle Born Lipo batteries, auxiliary additional Solar panels, Andersen anti-sway hitch, Bluetooth Curt trailer brake controller (requires nothing in vehicle)
Wife spent 3 months and approx. $10k with all top bedding, equipment, organizing items, utensils, compact appliance additions, special clock, carpets, Ugg blankets, mats, etc. please see photos and I can text video of your inside. Also outdoor seating and gas BBQ and gas Fireplace that hook up to the propane tanks.
We got everything ready to use the Airstream but then life interceded and we winterized the Airstream and ended up just storing it under cover. That’s right: Has not been slept in once, bathroom has never been used once. We drove it back from the Spokane dealership, took it for one drive to test the (excellent) anti-sway system, and parked it.
Unique situation for someone who wants a brand new unit with all upgrades and interior decoration completed in a beautifully appointed new Airstream. You can see our standard white SUV towing it home from Spokane in the picture.
~4300 lbs. light weight—standard SUV can tow with the excellent, adjustable hitch height, weight distribution/anti-sway Andersen hitch the dealer installed.
I have video I can text to you showing interior as decorated by my wife with teak elements, bedding, pillows, small appliances etc. and all-new utensils and dishes are in drawers.
BBQ, fireplace, power regulation equipment, tools, organizers, safety equipment, fit inside for travel.
YouTube video, or text me for video of walk through of interior as furnished.
Kurt & Anne – 425-478-4778
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