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Buying an Airstream

New and used Airstreams are available in every state and a variety of makes. While no list is complete, here are some of the current and past models that Airstream has offered. If you are looking at a bumper trailer with one of the names below you can be assured you are looking at an Airstream.

Airstream One
Airlite
Ambassador
A-Series
Astrovan (NASA)
B190
Bambi
Bambi II
Basecamp
Bubble
Bubble Intl.
Byam Traveler
C-Stream
Caravanner
Caravelle
Classic
Clipper
Cruiser
Cruiser Experimental
Cruisette
Custom
Cutter
Excella
Falcon
Flying Cloud
Globetrotter
Holiday
International
Interstate
Land Yacht
Legacy
Limited
Liner
Minuet
Nest - new in 2017
Ocean Breeze
Overlander
Pacer
Panorama
Parkway
People Mover
Quicksilver Edition
Romany Cruiser
Safari
Silver Cloud
Sky Deck
Sovereign
Sport
Sprinter Westfalia
Torpedo
Trade Wind
Traveler
Wanderer
Wee Wind
Whirlwind
World Traveler
XC
XL
Zephyr


 
If you plan to buy an Airstream, there are several things you should know:
 
The buying process isn't always easy - Airstreams are popular and are often snatched up fast. If you are planning to purchase a new Airstream, you may need to get on a waiting list as the factory cannot keep up with production.
 
Living in a small space means that things get dirty and look junky fast - Airstreams are tiny homes on wheels, and full-timers will need to adjust their thinking. Only carry what you love and get rid of anything that clutters up your living space. If you make this decision before you go shopping, you will be in a much better place.
 
Airstream's offer very limited kitchen space - If you plan to full time, you may want to develop an outside kitchen space to use during good weather.
 
Airstreams are still RVs, and that means there will be things that break down even in brand new models - Trailers require special skills, and you may not be able to fix things yourself. The best way to avoid stress is to plan for issues and locate a service center before you need one.
 
The exterior metal can make airstreams feel either hot or cold - If you live in an area that is humid or rainy, you may need to buy a dehumidifier to keep water from building up in the rig. You will also want to take preventative action by sealing all leaks to the outside and understanding your heating options before it gets cold. If you live in an area that gets cold, you will need to insulate your RV pipes and keep your gray and black water tanks closed until you plan to dump them. Be sure to wrap your incoming water hose with heated electrical tape in subzero temperatures.
 
Want to try before you buy? No problem. GlampingHub.com offer nightly rentals throughout the globe. RVShare.com features Airstream lovers who will rent their rig to you so you can test the silver bullet for yourself. Most people agree, there are travel trailers, and there are Airstreams and Airstreams are in a class all their own.