Here is a recent scam posting on Craig's List - all the usual crap- stored on a military base, deploying overseas, free delivery, can't see it in person (of course).
"Thank you for your interest in my 1961
Airstream Bambi. Clear US title, sleeping capacity:4-5, 2,800 lbs dry weight. It is in good condition never smoked in, no pets, no damages, no leaks, tows like a dream. I have all the documents and papers in my name. At the moment I'm stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington, making final preparations before deploying to South Korea. The camper will be delivered from here. The Logistic Department will deliver the camper to your home. It is available for immediate delivery free of charge at your door, the shipping process takes 4-5 days but it all depends on your location. I'm looking for a quick sale, that's why the price has been reduced ($2,500) to avoid wasting time with negotiations and find a buyer before I will be deployed to South Korea.
You can find more photos here:
1961airstreambambi - Home
The question is, whose beautiful little trailer is it, really? Obviously, the pictures were ripped off from someone's photo stream on one of the public posting sites. I'm hoping someone will react to seeing this with "OMG - that's mine!"