I hope that the subject doesn't arouse a ton of hate mail given the wonderful vintage Airstream subject matter
We have a '67 Overlander that probably would be considered in very good original condition - however, I have developed a degenerative spinal condition and can no longer comfortably manage the eccentricities of a 1967
Is it possible to modernize the mechanisms/appliances, etc to add greater reliability and ease of operation? By this I'm thinking of (from bow to stern): easy jack operation, new range, fridge, oven, hot water heater, and most of all toilet (to gain a storage tank and dual fixtures for grey and black water - that doesn't leak!).
Acute readers have probably already correctly assumed that they are dealing with a well-intentioned but severely mechanically challenged dunce. They are correct, but I would very much appreciate your input regarding the feasibility of such an upgrading. We love our trailer and would much rather put another couple of thousand dollars in it than sell/trade for a modern unit without the beauty of the Airstream.