First off...Welcome to the forums
I have a 1968
Safari...you can view it at my blog ssairstream.blogspot.com I purchased it for $5,000 and it is in very good and original condition (except the newer air conditioner). With the exception of the minor mouse issue, I am very happy. It has been stored for the past 16 years in a very nice pole barn with very little floor rot...don't fool yourself...they all have floor rot. I plan on watching my floor and will probably replace it either next summer or the one after that.
Some things to keep in mind...
What are you planning to do, restore or renovate?
If you have all the original cabinetry, this can save you a ton of money...if not, plan on spending a ton of money...this is what I liked about my trailer...all the cabinetry was intact and in very nice condition.
How are the axles...they are probably bad...they all are...they will cost about $1,000 to replace (if you do it yourself). Mine will be replaced next Spring.
How are the cushions? These are very expensive to replace...I just ordered some, with upholstery, for about $1,000.
I don't mean to discourage you, rather it is the exact opposite...I want you to buy it...once you own an Airstream, you belong to the Cult...
I just want you to be aware of some issues I have faced since I purchased mine about one month ago...I have looked at a LOT of used trailers before I purchased mine and I thought I got a very good deal since the interior was intact and the shell is in great condition.
At $1,200 you leave yourself some "upgrade" room depending on how much you have in the bank...