Mobile fishing cabin

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    andycarey New Member

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    1999 Airstream Safari, 23', 4700 lbs [can be towed by 1/2 ton PU or SUV], solar panels, 1,000 watt generator, 2 golf cart batteries [in place of 1 marine battery], fully equipped with kitchen, gas stove, gas/electric fridge, gas hot water heater, shower, closets, queen bed, fold out couch, temp activated fan, a/c, etc. etc. Take it to Dry Falls, the Yak, Glacier, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Wind River Range, Deschutes River and even Belize (I took it to these places); very good condition, a total of less than 15,000 miles on it; kept garaged and heated. Can be used with full hookups (electricity, water, sewage, phone, cable, etc.) or for "dry" (no hookups at all) camping for upto 2 weeks at a time. Retail value when new is close to $40,000; will sell for $20,000 (I can't take long road trips in a car/truck anymore). abc
     
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    You didn't happen to be in yellowstone this fall? Mid Sept. Thought I saw that very thing down to the solar panels and batterys.
     
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    No, it was a couple of years ago, 2001 or so. abc
     
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