Hi AraExpress. I envy your decision to acquire a new 27 foot Airstream. Congratulations and I hope to park next to you someday at some park. It is unusual to have two Airstreams parked next to each other by chance. We Airstreamers had good conversations during our stay. You will find these Air Forums very informative and lots of fun. You can read up on all things Airstream while you wait delivery of your new one.
My wife's folks bought a new Airstream in 1986 and traveled all over this country with it. They were WBCCA members and particularily enjoyed the Airstream caravans. They met a lot of fine folks on these trips. Now 28 years later we are using the same Airstream in our retirement and plan on doing some serious traveling. You better plan who might be using your Airstream 30 or 40 years from now because they will last that long. And don't be disappointed when folks don't recognize your trailer as a new one. Airstreams have had roughly the same appearance since the 1980s.
Don't be surprised if you learn of more delays in the manufacture date down the road. Be patient. My tow vehicle was delayed 4 weeks longer than I was told. Airstream is building at a record pace right now and your trailer has thousands of parts in it. Just be patient, it is worth the wait to get the exact trailer you want.
I once toured the Jackson Center factory. It was a lot of fun for me, especially since I spent my career working in factories. The antique, or vintage trailers in their parking lot were quite interesting. And the Service Center is top notch by my experience.
I caught the bug so bad I'm restoring a 1966
Airstream. I believe it will be ready for another 48 years of traveling fun.
Get ready for the adventures that will surly come.