Thank you for your feedback. I won't lie, I feel the same way about gutting an Airstream that is mostly original and in such great shape. That's why I posted here for some advice :-)
The issues I found with all of the other 30' airstreams I looked at was that if the interior was missing or in bad shape, the outside shell (and sometimes frame) were in equally bad shape. So the restoration costs seem to grow exponentially
I picked this beauty up for $4,500 and have replaced the brakes, suspension, sway bars, a few other things as well as brand new set of tires. For an additional $3,100.
I'd be happy to sell this one and try to find another one, but since I'm not really familiar with the Airstream market I'm going to ask here. Do you feel like I will lose money on this trailer at this point?
Since, we will be operating as a not for profit, budget is a concern.
I appreciate any feedback that you can provide.