Hi Anthony; You sure gave us a loaded question. If you hate camping it is worth nothing to you. If you buy it for resale, you better make some money with it to be happy. Ending the kidding around, first you need to inspect it. If you do not have the knowledge, hire someone to do it for you. There are people within this site that will do that for you. Airstreams are purchased by a very special breed of people. Just like most of us tend to love all people, but we love our family the most. Hence, pending the condition and your taste for Airstream it is worth a whole lot. How much, you decide. Money wise, condition, condition, condition. Since we cannot look at it, we cannot appraise it. Perhaps some pic's would help to get general idea to start with. I myself would not get caught in a square box, this is why I got an Airstream. Despite knowing that I will have to spend a lot time and money overhauling it, I own one. Ever since the 1973 Argosy 26' became a member of my family, it is the love of it that causes me to work long hours at night. Couple of days ago I spent 36 hours straight working on mine taking meal breaks only. It is Sunday morning and I was at it 3 AM. Have to be home at eight because my wife expects me to be at church with her at nine. Guess where I will be at 10:30 this morning? My new Stainless Steel undercarriage frame may be done today. If you think that you will love and cherrish as the rest of us loves and cherrishes ours, inspected and go for it. Life is
if you are alive and not smiling. Good luck, Anthony. Hope you join our group with 20' Argosy. "boatdoc"