Ideally suited for office use.
It’s been completely gutted and redone to be used as a business — not for living/camping — as the bathroom/kitchen has been removed. It is now a large open space. We put in cabinets for storage and to hide the battery compartment. Also installed some shelving, but they can be removed if you want. There’s also a cover that hides the wheel well. If you remove the cabinetry, however, keep in mind that the power unit would be exposed and the new adhesive vinyl flooring does not extend fully under the cabinets, but that’s fixable with about 20 minutes’ work of placing more planks down. (Photo of flooring used in the pics.)
Overall length is 27’ and interior length is 24’.
A/C works great! Comes with a new pigtail power adapter, the trailer hitch/wiring adapter.
As with any vintage Airstream there are always things that could be fixed, but doesn’t have to be done. For example, the screen door latch has to be carefully opened/closed because the latch piece is broken (but works). Or the step going into the Airstream could use a new piece that makes it glide in and out easier. They no longer manufacture the front interior panel, so I had to be creative and used foam padding wrapped in fabric to make the interior wall. The foam didn’t want to stay but I’ve kept the pieces to use as patterns. Currently placed aluminum sheets up and painted them white to match the rest of the interior. It’s totally in usable condition as it currently is, but if you’re looking to “make it yours” there’s opportunities for changes and/or improvements.
I’ve replaced sub flooring where it was soft.
Left the venting in where a refrigerator would go as I thought I might eventually want a little fridge inside.
Bathrooms could be reinstalled as all the tanks and water heater are still in place. The PVC pipes would just need to be reinstalled.
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