My son-in-law and myself had an experience similar to this. While deer-hunting several years ago, he came across a 1968 Airstream
Ambassador 28' which had been abandoned in the woods.
We managed to track down the owners and buy the trailer for $200, but had to wait until after the Spring thaw to cut down some small trees and tug the trailer home. It was chock full of remnants from a family who had lived it in a while. To our dismay, we discovered that the frame was rusted through in spots and we decided to part it out.
Most of the salvageable parts were sold on eBay, but I am a packrat and cannot part with any original parts from a vintage Airstream trailer.
I still have a pile of the woodwork and some of the heavier items that came out of that trailer and will offer them free of charge to anyone who can come to my location to pick them up.
Among these parts are the double sink, front and side gaucho (missing some parts) and furnace.
If anyone can give these parts a good home and is willing to come and get them, please PM me. I would like to clean out my storage shed.
Please do not ask about windows, misc hardware or other most desirable items. I only have mostly heavy interior items left, such as cabinet and closet doors. shelves and drawers. Some of the the woodwork was burnt in a sacrificial fire to the Airstream deitys. This is a free offer. I am not willing to pack and ship this stuff.
The entry door from that trailer is in the classifieds forums. I offered it free of charge several times but had no takers.
If you can give an unspecified load of free parts from a 1968
Ambassador a good home and are willing to come and get them, give me a shout, but the price on the door is as advertised