I own a salvaged 2007 Airstream 25ft Safari LS SE. I got a great deal on the camper and other than some elbow grease cleaning, and some $$$$ to get everything fixed, the camper has been great.
Now before this one, I had a 2008 Bambi that was wrecked, that was a little too much for me to take on....but we live and learn and I was able to quickly sell the camper when I realized I lacked the skill and $$$$$ to fix her up.
My camper is fully insured and I havent had any issues at all, in fact I have spent the more money on my camper now-buying Solar Panels and making it perfect for me.
So don't be scared away by all these comments, about "you can't insure it" or all the scare tactics the nay sayers like to post.
If the camper is within your price range and you don't mind working on a projects or some flaws....then take a leap of faith.
Obviously, if you cant tell the difference between a wrench and plyers, then a project is not for you...but if your handy then I m all for it.
I have a lot of toys ( boats, cars, motorcycles, campers, and even a plane) and the majority are Salvaged Titled.....
to each is their own......my wallet just likes the price of projects better
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