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Old 02-21-2006, 09:57 AM   #1
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Value of 1982 30' Airstream Motorhome

I purchased this Airstream a year ago but now that I am single it is too big for just me, so I probably will sell it. The problem is I can't establish a value since there are so few of these for sale. It is fully equipped , in excellent condition with only 78000 original miles. It has a 7.3 liter gas engine on a Chevrolet P30 chassis. It has electro/hydraulic four point leveling, remote control spotlight, electric step, ZipDee awning, new auto gas/electric ref/freezer, new convection/microwave oven. four burner gas stove, electronic readout on all storage tanks, 6.5 Kva Onan generator, separate shower and bath, dual A/c. 25000 btu thermostaticallycontrolled furnace, built in vacuum cleaner system,, dual lighting throughout, stereo system, full original carpet, dual track curtains and blinds, dual stainless sink, and will sleep 6 persons comfortably. If you can help me establish a price for this rather rare unit, I would appreciate it. Thanks. Maybe after I sell it I will purchase a smaller Airstream "motorhome".

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Old 02-21-2006, 11:12 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. You have a great motor home and the perfect size. the smaller units seem to be selling faster than the longer unites right now. There will be a rally this April in Chatsworth why not bring your motor home up and show it off? There will be several other classic motorhomes there as well as other Airstream owners.

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Old 02-21-2006, 11:49 AM   #3
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If you were considering another Airstream motorhome, I'd consider keeping it unless you're unhappy with the floorplan. You are already at 30'. You'd be selling and rebuying a unit only a few feet shorter unles you get an Argosy 20'. The gas mileage difference is minimal at best.

Got any pictures? I need another 300 for my site. I only have photos of an 83 300. Does yours have the front opposing couches? Do those form a large bed up front?
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Old 02-21-2006, 11:59 AM   #4
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Hello William!

Motorhomes seem to move slowly in the Classified section here...

Try looking here


Click on the classifieds which are listed under the Forum column in the top left; it is the first green listing a little ways down.
There are usually more than 60 listings and most are current. You will find a few for motorhomes. There is no charge to post an ad altough it may take a few days to appear.....

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Old 02-22-2006, 06:01 PM   #5
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Value is so much based on condition. Is the interior faded and old looking, is the outside clean and shiny or faded, dented and peeling, do all he systems work ( heat, air, generator, etc) . How are the tires, etc.
Is this a 310 with rear bedroom or a center bedroom model?
How about some photos?
The range on Classics in the 30' and under size is 16- 25,000, with most being in the upper teens. Depending on the answers to the above, I have seen some as high as 30 and as low as 6.
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