Location: Tampa, Florida
Asking Price: $42,500
- Model Year: 1992
- Type: Motorhome
- Model: Classic 350 LE
- Length: 35FT
- Seller: Private Owner
- Name: Not Provided
- Phone: See Below
- Email: See Below
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Check out this 1992 Classic 350 LE in Tampa Bay, Florida!
FOR SALE By Owner
1992 Airstream Classic 350 LE
Move like a stream of air! In 1931, Airstream began with Wally Byam’s dream: “to build a travel trailer that would move like a stream of air, be light enough to be towed by a car and create first-class accommodations anywhere.” Every inch of an Airstream has a function. Airstream is the most thoroughly tested brand in history. Its engineering is the culmination of over 80 years of experience plus millions of miles on roads throughout the world. With Airstream, there is no planned obsolescence. Airstreams of the thirties are still on the road today, sturdy and modern as ever. They are intended as a lifetime investment in happiness…
Airstream Classic 350 LE
Location: Tampa Bay, Florida
GVWR: 18,000 Lbs.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL
Chevrolet 7.4L (454 Cu. In.)
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Fuel Tank: 80 Gallons
Propane Tank: 125 Pounds
Transmission: Allison Automatic w/Trans Cooler
Axle Count: 3
3 New Deep Cell Batteries.
110 Outlets 12 Volt Lighting AC Electrical Power
Auxiliary Battery City Water Hook Up Backup Camera/Monitor
Coach Batteries House Battery 50 Amp Power Cord
Electrical Panel Inverter Power Seats
Self Contained Cruise Control Tilt Steering
DIMENSIONS & SPECS
Width: 7′ 11″
Height: 10′ 6″
Weight Rating (GVWR): 18000 Lbs.
Water Capacity: 80 gals
Gray Water Waste Capacity: 45 gals
Black Water Waste Capacity: 45 gals
Back Up Camera
Roof Top Search Light
Curbside Docking Lights
Wired for Tow Vehicle
Braking System Rebuilt
Sleep Capacity: 6
Generator: 6.5kW Onan
Air Conditioning: Two (2) (13.5 BTU)
Body Material: Aluminum
Exterior Color: Gray/Blue
Interior Color: Beige/Honey Oak/Neutral
Chassis: GM P-30
Original Owner Manuals
Smoking Free Skylight Air Conditioning
Bathroom Sink Blinds Cedar Lined Closet
Ceiling Vents Control Center Dinette Sleeper
Fold-out Couch Ceiling Fans Generator
Leather Furniture Heat Corian Vanity
Shower Porcelain Toilet w/Sprayer
New Water Heater Interior Lighting AM/FM Cass Player
Stereo System TV Antenna Power Charging Center
Flat-Screen TV External TV Source
Queen Island Bed w/Panoramic Windows & Under Bed Storage
2 Zip Dee Awnings ~ Original Fabric in Like New Condition (20 ft long)
Automatic Leveling Jacks
2 Rooftop HVAC Units
Roof Solar Panel w/2500 Watt Inverter & 40 AMP Battery Charger
Double Rear Axle w/Alcoa Aluminum Wheels
Entry Assist Grab Handle
Oak Wood Cabinets
4-Burner Stove w/Cooktop Cover
Corian Countertops & Dinette
New Fridge/Freezer & Separate Ice Maker
INFORMATION ON CONDITION
Airstream has long been recognized as one of the premier RV manufacturers in the world. This Airstream Coach is a great example of why this industry recognition is so well-deserved. Built on the GM P-30 chassis, this 350 LE is powered by the widely-used 454 cu. in. (7.4L) GM V-8 engine. Equipped with power leather seats for extra comfort for the driver and passenger during travel, the walk-around rear queen island bed provides comfort whether riding down the road or when parked. A well-equipped kitchen with Corian countertops, 4-burner stove, microwave oven and a double-door refrigerator/freezer provide all the convenience of home. A leather-trimmed convertible sofa and lounge chairs with end table make for easy living while the dinette provides dining space as well as additional make-down sleeping.
This coach was stored inside an airplane hanger for most of its life and went for 5+ years without being moved or started. As you can imagine, not starting the engine for this length of time, some engine parts are bound to dry/harden. Because of this, the valve seats dried and now the motor burns oil, but nonetheless runs strong. Has plenty of power and starts right up! It does not leak any oil or fluids, but some oil does blow-by the valves. I was planning to rebuild the engine for some long road trips across America. (We really want to do Route 66 someday.) However, life happens… the kids grow up, and we ended up only going on short trips around Florida. The engine runs strong except burns a little oil, so I never got around to rebuilding the engine. We actually drove the coach down from Upper Peninsula of Michigan when we bought it. (About a 2,500 mile trip.) We had no issues except adding oil along the way. It was a nice road trip and the coach was very comfortable and solid to ride in. Of course, I would always check the oil level every time we stopped. I would estimate it burns a quart of oil every 300-400 miles.
We took it out over the Christmas Holidays a few months back and stayed in it for several nights. Some of the pictures attached are from Christmas.
The air ride suspension works well with new airbags on the front axel. The rear airbags work well with a built in compressor to adjust air as needed while traveling down the road. This coach rides very smooth and solid.
This motorcoach is titled, licensed and insured in Florida.
All pictures were taken within the last couple of years.
Everywhere we go, people compliment us on our beautiful Airstream Motorcoach and want to ask questions and talk about it. It is quite the head-turner. An interesting fact… only 15 Airstream Classic 350LE’s were made in 1992. (The last year Airstream made this style classic motorcoach.)
This motorcoach has an interesting life… Started out in New Mexico, went to Ontario, Canada for a few weeks, and then titled in Michigan for a few years. It is now homed in sunny Tampa Bay, Florida. Early in its life, while in storage in New Mexico, a deep freeze hit the area and the coach was not winterized. Needless to say, the water lines broke and flooded the floor. Insurance was involved with replace the flooring, waterlines, etc. Since the insurance company got involved, they reported to the state that the coach now has a rebuilt title. This was extremely frustrating to me, as the coach has never been in an accident. We tried to fight this with the state, but to no avail, they would not correct the title. So the coach now has a rebuilt title. For the record, this coach has never been wrecked, or received any damage to the frame or body. The only issue for the rebuilt title is the water pipes bursting from the freeze, causing damage to the floor and pipes. Which were replaced and are solid. There are no weak spots in the floor. Talk about a hard lesson learned. Always winterize your coach even if you live in a southern state that doesn’t see freezing weather. All of the pictures attached are within the last couple of years and you can see there is no damage to the coach. The aluminum looks great and has a product applied called Sharkhide aluminum protectant. The only reason we are selling the coach is because we do not use it much anymore and it is just sitting in storage. We love our Airstream coach, but since we do not use it, we thought we would pass it along to a new family to enjoy.
We’ve tried to price the coach fairly since we know the engine burns some oil and may need to be rebuilt. We see what is out there and the prices they are asking for Airstream campers and motorhomes. This coach could easy be worth triple what we are asking if someone were to fully restore it. We have kept it original and it is in as nice of shape as the pictures show. We are living on the east coast of Florida and the coach is in storage in Tampa Bay. We decided to sell it as is and let the next lucky owner make the upgrades they wish. That said, we are open to reasonable offers.
If you’ve ever eyed a traditional-style, classic Airstream motor home with a desire to own one, here is a great opportunity for the Airstream enthusiast.
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