|Year:||1975||Water Capacity:||45 gallons|
|Make:||Airstream||Number of AC Units:||1|
|Location:||Denver, CO||Self Contained:||Yes|
|Number of Slide Outs:||0|
I've consigned my AS to Recreational Vehicles Accessories, 2111 S. Leyden St. (Leyden & E. Evans Ave.), Denver. Phone Dannie at 303-756-9493 for details or to arrange to see my AS.
This is a clean, well-tended Airstream. Owner purchased it in 2000 and has extensively upgraded its interior and exterior. Weight when dry is approximately 5,100 pounds.
Center bath, remodeled bedroom and galley, two custom-made rear bunks, writing desk added under rear window, quality carpet, 2009 Dometic fridge, new water heater, new Pex plumbing, new water pump, newer 12v battery, solid deck with new flooring in rear bedroom and along right front side, new bayonet-style circuit board, plenty of storage, new commode, new shower plumbing, a/c and furnace both work, original range-oven still works great, sleeper couch in front is very comfortable.
The unit has a 45-gallon fresh-water tank, 20-gallon gray-water tank, and a 10-gallon waste tank.
The electrical system runs on a converter, which replaced the original AS univolt.
Weight distribution and sway bars and receiver hitch included, 7-point trailer-to-truck electrical line, two original 30-lb. aluminum LPG tanks with up-to-date OPD valves, new electric jack, tote tank, Hippo waste hose, drinking-water and utility hoses, electric brakes, vista windows, three roof hatches, crank-down stabilizers, running and brake lights and turn signals are fully operational, and the wheel bearings were greased this summer. The tires were purchased in October 2009.
The exterior has held up well and in general is in good shape, although there are a few minor dings, dents and stone pits as well as the expected clear-coat oxidation common to Airstreams from the '70s,
The owner recently cleaned and caulked windows on the right side where minor leaks had occurred. RVA has removed an outdated TV antenna and caulked the area where it was anchored.
There is a small open space in the flooring under the right side of the couch. The area is covered by carpet and is insulated.
The bathroom faucet has a slow drip.
The rear city-water inlet on the left side and the city-water inlet to the fresh-water tank on the right side have been disconnected. There is a recently installed city-water inlet on the right side of the AS, which also serves the fresh-water tank.
The couch needs to be refastened to the floor with screws.