RV Details

  • Year: 2011
  • Model: FLYING CLOUD 19 BAMBI
  • Property ID: 1295941
  • Partner ID: 5013328125
  • Posted On: Jul 28, 2020
  • Updated On: Jul 31, 2020

Property Description

2011 19’ Airstream Flying Cloud Bambi (single axle). 4500lbs GVWR. 550lbs payload. 30 amp electricity hookup. Brand new Interstate twin deep cycle batteries (no hookup camping). Sleeps 4 with booth converting to additional bed. Tank capacities - Fresh (23g), Black (18g), Gray (21g), Hot (6g). Rooftop A/C & heat unit, Also has propane furnace heater (no hookup camping). 2 integrated ceiling fans. Carries 2 propane tanks. Bathroom has separate shower from toilet. 2 sinks (kitchen, bathroom). Refrigerator runs on electricity or propane. Microwave & 3 burner gas range stove. TV with integrated surround sound DVD/CD player w/ Cable and antennae hookup. Outdoor shower. Like new Zip Dee Awning. All LED interior lights. Exterior outlet (for your awning Christmas lights!).

Recently given full service by Airstream of Virginia. Brand new tongue jack. Tires are one year old. Shower head and valves replaced, new. Tank release valve plumbing new. A few missing rivets were replaced.

A couple dents, but otherwise in great condition! Great thing about Airstreams is that they are timeless in both form and function. I’ve camped on- and off-grid in this one in Glacier, Yellowstone, Shoshone, Black Hills, the Outer Banks, and even in residential neighborhoods. It’s a perfectly versatile size for any of these settings; not too big, not too small. The single axle makes it more maneuverable and Airstream of VA just installed a new e2 trunnion hitch with anti-sway bars. All but eliminates wobble.

Will also include all accessories so you can hit the great outdoors running: brand new Rhino 15gal auxiliary septic tank, brand new bike rack, flag pole, hoses, dog bone 30amp to 12V adaptor dog bone 30amp to 30amp generator adaptor, riser blocks, bottle jack and jack stands, 15ft sewer hose support, two sewer hose extensions, and a 15amp heavy duty extension cord so you can run off house power.

Love the trailer to death, but I'm moving out of the country for a couple years and it just doesn't make sense to keep it when someone else could be enjoying holidays in this brushed aluminum home away from home.

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