1975 26' Airstream Argosy Motorhome (pictures below)
Phone: 404.427.3349
Email: al@internationalstream.com
Equipment...
1) Chrome Wheel Inserts
2) Onanan Microlite 2800 Generator (271 hours)
3) Rooftop Air
4) New custom Zipdee awning (2007)
5) Gas/Electric Dometic Freezer and Refrigerator (very new)
6) Gas heater (never used it)
7) New toilet (very new)
8) 4 Burner Gas Stove
9) Rooftop DVD player (2004)
10) Michelin Tires (very good tread)
Custom Everything...
1) New Vinyl Upholstery
2) New Industrial Carpet
3) Kingsized Bed Conversion
4) Newly painted bathroom
5) Custom Curtains Throughout
6) Two tone paint inside
7) Exterior Woodgrain Wrap (professionally done, same as you see on buses and will not peel off)

Recent Additions...
1) Bilstein Shocks all 4 wheels (2007)
2) Steering Gear (2007)
3) Rebuilt turbo 400 Transmission (2007)
4) New Torque Arm Bushings (2007)
5) Rebuilt Rear End Drivetrain (2005)
6) New Hydro Boost (2007)
7) New Hoses (2007)
8) 2 New Deep Cycle Marine Batteries (2007)
9) 1 New Car Battery (2007)
10) New starter (2006)

Assesment...
Your looking at a very nice, gently driven and lovingly taken care of 1975 26' Argosy Airstream Motorhome. It's actually a movie star and has been in two feature films (Motor Home Massacre and Evil Keg) and a TV show. It has been customized and upgraded to the hilt. The exterior is a woodgrain wrap and extremely durable (the same thing you see on buses) and wil not peel off. It was professionally wrapped and the cost was valued at over $15,000. The interior has been completely and professionally remodeled by a nationally recognized designer, Cinda Boomershine. She customized the entire look inside and out using only the highest quality products and professional installers. No expense was spared to make this the coolest Airstream Argosy on the road. If you are shy this coach is probably not for you because just about every car going by slows down to look and wave.

In addition, the drivetrain has been well taken care of by professional mechanics. It does have 106,000 miles on it but you can ask anyone that has an RV that's a good thing. It means that the vehicle has been driven which is what they were made to do and not sitting in a barn to rot away. All oil changes have been done on a regular basis. I'm not sure if this is the original 454 chevrolet engine but it's very strong and has never failed to start. It runs extremely smooth and has a lot of get up and go. It does have a small leak however in the rear of the engine. There are no leaks in the shell of the RV and all accessories work except the dash air conditioning (only needs a new controller) and I'm not sure about the gas heater because I've never turned it on. Just about everything on the drivetrain that can be replaced or rebuilt has already been done by professional mechanics so you can simply enjoy camping in this one of a kind MoHo. It has a newly rebuilt rear end, rebuilt transmission, new steering gear box, new torque bar bushings, new starter, new Bilstein shocks all the way around, new hoses, new belts, new Zipdee custom awning and much more.

It's a 1975 so I'm not saying it's brand new by any means, just a real nice cool ride that's been taken care of and driven, not left for dead. I would love to keep it but I've got some personal issues that have forced me to sell it, so my loss is your gain. $11,500 Cash only and vehicle must be picked up in Atlanta (it will make it anywhere in the US in my opinion).

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