Have gleefully bought both a 64 Overlander and the Atlantic coast land it lives on and just feel ridiculously lucky. It certainly must be one of the more remote Airstreams in Canada...
Its previous owner restored it pretty well, though several years of sitting empty led to some nasty discoveries... two dessicated squirrels that had electrocuted themselves by chewing through the fridge cords; the biggest mouse nest I have ever seen (several dead mice), made from moss, insulation, cushion foam and most of a curtain that had been dragged from elsewhere as, thankfully, it was not from any windows inside; leaks in pipes here, there and everywhere.
But I just spent a week there and it was heavenly. Am heading back with family in a couple of weeks and will stay a whole month! I guess this is how you have to do things when your trailer is 1000 miles from the city you live in. I don't plan on towing it anywhere if I can help it and would be grateful for any advice on how to protect it 1) from vandals, and 2) from the sea air and brutal winters. Was thinking of something crazy-sounding like buying a gigantic tarp and wrapping it up with rope like a parcel. Hmm.
Anyway, I've already got some great info from this site and look forward to learning more. I am NOT handy, and neither is my husband, so it should be, um, interesting.
PS Although I've already posted this elsewhere, if anyone has, and can make a copy of the owner's manual, please let me know. Thanks!