I purchased a Vintage Airstream in 2003. After a little research at that time I deemed it a 1962
Overlander, even the insurance company couldn't tell me otherwise so they left the model blank.
I was prompted to call Airstream for information so I did so yesterday.
John from Airstream was most helpful and just as curious as I was. After finding out that my Airstream, Olivia, is a 1960
Ambassador, we also learned that it is a prototype. Really cool!
Now how do I insure this, it is a one of a kind.
The interesting factors of Olivia, compared to the Ambassador;
over length-32ft overall length-28ft
Body lentgth-28 ft Body length-25ft
similar floor plan to 62-63
4 lights on back 2 lights on back
However the VIN states it is made as an Ambassador.
I sent Pictures into Airstream of Olivia to confirm that it has not been altered.
John was very helpful in telling me that Santa Fe. CA would do this in the 50-s and early 60's and throw out a one off.
John has confirmed I have a one of a kind.
So how do I go about insuring her?
Any information would be great.
Thanks so much.