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Old 04-06-2021, 08:39 PM   #1
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1968? TradeWind Price Range

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My family bought a house and it came with an Airstream trailer on the property. We don't know much about airstreams at all and we are looking to sell it. I was hoping to get a price range so we can start the process of getting it sold.

Right now it is hooked up to 220V electric, septic, water, and propane. Everything in the trailer appears to be working (water, electricity, septic, gas) except for the oven although the gas burners work just fine. The trailer was just inspected by the California Highway Patrol and properly registered through our DMV.

What information do I need to include when I post this for sale? What are the parts of the vehicle that are important? I've included some pictures.


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Old 04-06-2021, 09:01 PM   #2
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Are you sure itís hooked up to 220vac and not 120?
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Old 04-06-2021, 09:05 PM   #3
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Yours looks like it needs axels , the body looks straight , the interior has been painted .

Price range from $ 5000 to 20,000 depending on the total condition of it and what hidden problems it has .

Only a close inspection by a pro would give you a better idea .

Hope this helps .
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Are you sure itís hooked up to 220vac and not 120?
Pretty sure all of the plugs in it are 120, as it has a microwave in there, but it has an underground cable that is plugged into a 220 wall outlet in our garage. Is there anything in these trailers that needs 220 to run? I was a little bit confused myself.
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Yours looks like it needs axels , the body looks straight , the interior has been painted .
Thanks for the price range! Since it's a pretty big one, I guess I'll look into getting someone out here. By axels, do you mean what is connected to the wheels? Unless there is some other part, it still has axels connected to the wheels. It was apparently driven ~800 miles about a year and a half ago after it was purchased by the previous owners.
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Old 04-11-2021, 04:26 PM   #6
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Pretty sure all of the plugs in it are 120, as it has a microwave in there, but it has an underground cable that is plugged into a 220 wall outlet in our garage. Is there anything in these trailers that needs 220 to run? I was a little bit confused myself.
Is there a well for water near it, or a clothes dryer in area??That might be where the 220V is going.Have a electrician look at that deal.Its always hard to say what somebody may have rigged up there.
I'm also thinking You may be confusing a 30 Amp RV outlet for 220 outlet.Pull the plug out of outlet in garage, see if microwave is off in Airstream.
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