Airstream Safari 22 - California
I just posted a new ad on Airstream Classifieds.
I am selling a renovated 1964
Airstream Safari trailer. Models with the large front slatted windows are rare find. This airstream would make an excellent camping trailer or AirBnB rental.
Over the last couple of years, it underwent an extensive renovation:
Just under 2 years ago the axle, brakes, and tires were replaced and all have less than 5,000 miles on them. The original interior has been completely removed and re-built. The shell was separated from the frame and a new sub-floor was installed after the frame was rust-proofed and painted. The sub floor was painted with several layers of primer and latex paint to protect the bottom and edges against moisture. The wall were removed and the old insulation and the walls were lined with Prodex insulation. The trailer was re-wired and additional hook ups for speakers were added. After that, the walls were re-fastened, sanded down and repainted with several layers of white primer and paint. Next, a professional carpenter was commissioned to build cabinets, shelves, front bench a bed frame (with a ton of storage beneath) and closet. Lightweight Corian countertops with a marble finish were installed and a sink with a self contained water system beneath the counters. It gets wonderful natural light, with 8 windows and three operable roof hatches.
PLEASE NOTE: For full disclosure
Like anything 50 years old, it has a few bruises here and there but it still looks stunning inside and out. I can send more photos upon request. This Airstream is all electrical.
I am offering it at such a low price because there are still minor renovations the Airstream needs to undergo. Fully renovated vintage Airstreams typically go for upwards of 20-30k. The water system is all set up beneath the counter with all of the necessary pipes and two 6-gallon water tanks (one for fresh water and the other for grey), it only needs to be hooked up with a small water pump to run. Secondly, the back window is Plexiglas and needs to eventually be replaced (it is square and not curved like later models and is an easy fix). Lastly, taking out the water heater and other non-functioning parts of the trailer required two small parts of the exterior to be removed. They are each less than 20"x20" and have been covered with wood, which also won't require an immediate fix if you were looking to hit the road for a summer road trip. I have the aluminum panels, caulk, waterproofing material and a rivet gun--all the materials needed to fix them--and will give them away with the purchase of the trailer (an easy diy). Additionally, there are two small dents in the underbelly of the Airstream's body (all 'blemishes' shown in photos)
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