Originally Posted by SilverTardis
Thanks for the tip! I am torn between selling my unit when it's a seller's market and keeping my freedom. Lol! I'm looking for a used Airstream and those prices while valid in this market are extremely high. I'm keeping tabs on several auction sites like BidNDrive and IAAI. I'm not scared of hard work and know that sweat equity is integral part of ownership.
Thanks so much,
Airstreams hang around a long time. There are a lot of them out there in questionable shape, sitting behind barns and out in fields. The purchase price may be great, but the cost to get them back into shape .... yikes .... Unless you have a fully equipped shop and a *lot* of free time, be very careful as you shop. From what I've seen, anything in "close to fixable" shape on the used market is selling for prices way beyond "rational".