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Old 09-29-2013, 09:06 PM   #1
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1996 Airstream Classic 36 - British Columbia

Title: 1996 Airstream Classic 36 - British Columbia
I just posted a new ad on Airstream Classifieds.

Hi Folks,
I hope this auction has some interest for my fellow air streamers. The skin is unblemished other that some small clear coat wear just over the windshield . This unit is the last aluminum Airtsream motorhome ever produced. Last one off the line, which I can document from Airstream. Hope you can make the auction. It has 67000 miles on it. Let me know if you have any questions. I love the old girl however we have moved to the mountains and it is not made for the backroads of the mountains. It is made to cruse the interstates! Sad day around here but life goes on. Hope you can make it.;startRow=41


- last airstream aluminum motor home ever built (have the document from airstream)
- I bought it off the original owner
- with airstream it is all about the skin- skin is in fantastic shape - except for some clear coat fade just above the windshield
- original everything, I replaced the stereo but kept the original if the buyer wants it
- new rubber in December 2012- 4000 miles on the rubber (cooper tires)
- runs like a wrist watch
- transmission flushed and service
- total tune up 2000 miles ago
- awnings are like new
- added an analog TV decoder
- cannot turn off the cool factor be prepared, will gets tons of people wanting to tour the old girl
- centramatic front wheel bearing add on
- permanent solar panels on roof
- every option airstream offered.
- built on GM chassis, 454 fuel injected
- 4 speed overdrive transmission
- CB radio
- new alternator
- new battery set (3 batteries)
- Onan 7500 generator recently serviced
- Full trailer hitch
- Sony back up camera system
- HWH hydraulic jack system


- these motor’s are famous for exhaust manifold gaskets leaking, replaced one side probably needs the other side
- 9 miles per gallon
- clear coat about the windshield starting to wear
- Left rear jack is partially extend and will not fully retract
- right side temperature sensor gone
You can contact us by filling in the form on the right hand column of the ad listing:
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