|Year:||1975||Water Capacity:||30 gallons|
|Make:||Argosy||Number of AC Units:||1|
|Location:||New Smyrna Beach, FL||Self Contained:||Yes|
|Number of Slide Outs:||0|
We are having to sell our 26 foot 1975 Airstream Argosy due to financial problems. It has been a great trailer to own and travel with. This aluminum shell trailer pulls like a dream. The interior is very clean with absolutely zero leaks. The previous owner had done a bunch of upgrades before we purchased it. New real wood flooring. New carpet. A new fridge and gas stove top. Also a beautiful new sink and all new counter-tops. All electrical outlets work great. The trailer has area to sleep 4. Two people on the larger bed and Two twin size beds.
We had one flat on the trailer while we owned it. We replaced the rim with a new white one and put a new Kenda Loadstar tire on it. The other three tires are all Carlisle brand and in excellent shape. There is a brand new rim and Kenda tire for a spare as well as a brand new Kenda Loadstar tire for an additional back up tire. You will need an electronic brake controller and proper plug in to tow this trailer safely because of it’s electronic brakes. We have not used the gas in this trailer for around a year now. We removed the expired propane tanks and never got a chance to put new ones on due to money issues.
The trailer comes with a newer Reese weight distribution hitch system. The trailer also has a Reese Lectra jack to move it up/down and works great. Since we have owned it we have pulled it from Indiana to Connecticut to Kentucky to Florida with no problems. The trailer has a Connecticut title but it does not cost much to transfer it to a Florida title. We are willing to lower the price to compensate for transfer fee and lack of propane tanks.
Anyone who has seen the inside of our trailer cannot believe the age because of its clean and modern look. All the glass on the trailer is in good condition with no chips or cracks. All but two windows have bamboo blinds. These trailers were painted by Airstream in the 70’s but can be stripped and polished like most Airstreams that you see. There is some flaking of paint on the exterior of the shell; but it will not rust because it is aluminum. The rear bumper is bent a little on one side from hitting a very small stump. The same stump put a small hole on the body next to the bumper. I filled it in with some foam spray and it does an excellent job keeping the elements out.
You will also need at least a v8 to tow this trailer from state to state. An older 6 cylinder Diesel Dodge would be the only exception to that. You can read more about the specifications of this trailer at the link below. You will find them in the 1976 area of the page. This trailer was built at the end of 1975 and has the same specs as the 76’ version. We have original manuals for the trailer, awning, Reese jack and newer refrigerator. We are asking $3700 or best offer. Please contact Anthony at 386-479-9019 if you are interested.