Summer is here!! Don’t wait 4 to 6 months for a new factory order when you can buy an almost new 2021 22ft Front Bedroom Queen Bambi. We took delivery of the trailer Oct 2020 from Airstream of Seattle. Since then we have taken several short trips to WA, CA and UT (about 5,000 miles in total). We have taken excellent care of this trailer as we only planned to keep it for a few years. We recently purchased a larger Airstream as we are planning to go full-time.
This single axle trailer is light enough to tow with most SUVs (GVWR 5,000 lbs.) and is easy to maneuver into smaller campgrounds. Two people can comfortably sleep in the dedicated queen bed and the dinette converts into extra sleeping space for two.
This Bambi has a full bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower that spans the whole back of the trailer with a wood door and a window. The standalone shower includes a built-in seat, and a vanity with cabinet storage gives you plenty of space to get ready.
Additional equipment included with purchase (approximately $1,000):
Gray/Black tank drainage hose with elbow
Fresh water hose
30amp power cord and adaptor
Solar Package – 2 AGM batteries and 90 watt roof mounted solar panel with internal monitor
13,500 BTU A/C with heat strip
18,000 BTU ducted furnace
On demand hot water heater
Zip Dee Awning
Memory foam mattress
Aluminum blinds and blackout curtains
Two burner gas stove
Refrigerator – 2 way electric
Exterior low pressure gas grill connection
Exterior treated with NanoCure coating to protect the finish from the elements and keep the exterior looking shiny and new (~$3,000 value)
AND MORE…For additional information on specs, standard features, etc., please visit: https://www.airstream.com/travel-trailers/bambi/floorplans/22fb/
Title in hand – Willing to work out pick up/delivery
Purchased new from Airstream of Seattle
Original three year Airstream warranty transfers to new owner – valid until Oct 2023
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