454 Gas engine, 82.3K miles, runs great
New fan belt
New ship and coach batteries 3 total, ties, and knife switch disconnects are new
Over 9,000 in suspension work done new air bags, drag links, etc. I have receipts
New Norcold refrigerator
New Magic Chef microwave not installed
All Air Conditioners work
A/C's have heat strips
I have new air boxes for the A/C's but they don't fit with the present roof units. When those units need replacing, then these airboxes will be the ones that are compatible
All tires are like new
Onan 7000 watt generator 1735 hrs
All awnings are like new Zip Dee awnings
Electric steps work
Original 3 ring binder Airstream manual with chassis wiring diagrams, etc and a bunch of other manuals and paperwork.
These '95 motorhomes are very difficult to find, and now rarely come up for sale. I bought it as a retirement project as the outside and inside need restoration to bring it back to its full potential, but the coach is fully functional as is except for replacing the microwave. As can be seen in the pics, I've been working at stripping the adhesive and clear coat from the body. Someone painted it from the windows up at one time, and that needs stripping too. I've contemplated how to refinish it once stripped. Anything from trying to get back to a brushed aluminum to an automotive wrap which would be able to include the stripes and graphics etc. 3M makes a wrap in a brushed aluminum look, or do a silver paint with a fine metal flake. We decided to move after my retirement, and so I've decided to sell it. The exterior work and the microwave will not be done by the time I sell it. The front hood fits better than in the pic, it's just ajar for quicker access to the battery disconnects while it's in the driveway.
More photos available if you contact me through this ad.
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- 1995 Airstream Classic 36 - Minnesota