I'm thinking about selling my renovated (not restored) 1964
Safari Airstream. It's beautiful and was featured in the book Airstream Living by Bruce Littlefield. You can also see pictures of it here: MAK Design+Build
click on "We Do" and then it's Case Study #5. Now that my company has grown out of the trailer and into real office space - YAY! - it's not being used and I hate to see it just sitting there. I would love for someone to use it and enjoy it again.
So, where do all you experienced Airstreamers suggest that I list the trailer to reach the right buyer? I'm thinking of starting on this site - but I'd be open to suggestions. Maybe Craigslist as well? It's currently in Davis, CA, but I could move it to my brother's house in Palo Alto. Does anybody think the location of the trailer when trying to sell it will make a difference? I'm thinking that there might be more demand for a creatively done trailer like mine in the Bay Area.
Also, I have read some of the postings on this forum about how to price a vintage trailer - but would appreciate any suggestions on that topic. I know there is NO WAY I would ever get out what I put into buying it originally and re-doing it (about $30K total) - so I have no delusions about that.