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This is the Tin Can Airstream. It’s a beautiful vintage Airstream that has been remodeled with a Scandinavian style.

It’s an Airstream travel trailer turned tiny home on a homestead.

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The Tin Can Airstream Tiny House Homestead

The Tin Can Airstream Tiny House Homestead

Images © Ellie Arciaga Lillstrom via Apartment Therapy

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This is a renovated 1972 Vintage Airstream tiny home on wheels in Los Angeles, California that’s listed for sale here.

It’s a beautifully remodeled 25ft travel trailer (including the hitch) and is priced at $78,000.

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Remodeled 1972 Vintage Airstream For Sale in LA!

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This is the Vintage Glamper at the farm at Perch and Nest. It’s an Airstream to tiny house conversion that’s currently being used as an Airbnb vacation rental but it’s also for sale. So if you happen to be interested in it, you can book a vacation in it, try it out, and then buy it if you like it. That’s pretty cool!

This is not your budget travel trailer to tiny house conversion, it’s a high-end, quality Airstream conversion for sale with an asking price of $67,000 USD. It started out as a 29-foot Airstream Ambassador but it was completely stripped down and renovated by the previous owners out of California. The current owners bought it from them, picked it up, and towed it back home cross country. It’s said to weigh approximately 7000 pounds. Anyway, take a look and please let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Thanks!

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Rare 29-foot Airstream Ambassador vintage tiny house vacation on a farm in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Images via Danielle LaRock/Airbnb

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Here is country singer, Dierks Bentley’s vintage American airstream. It was refurbished and decorated by Junk Gypsy Company.

From vintage carved doors to an 8 track player and license plate chandelier this Airstream is outfitted with all kinds of funky vintage items.

I invite you take a peek inside this American vintage Airstream. I think you’ll really like it. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Dierks Bentley’s Vintage American Airstream

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Images © April Pizana

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Eye catching retro restored trailer with many new upgrades: H/W heater, and water pump, Toilet, Battery and inverter, new fuse box and updated fuses,new tires, repacked wheels, new A/C thermostat, new front curved curb window,new propane regulators, new goucho couch with lime green upholstery, new retro design fabric for insulated curtains and lots of extras, boat leather pieces covering toilet and seat in toilet area (nice touch). Everything is in great working condition. There is no furnace and she has some exterior age blemishes, for a gal her age, she looks wonderful.Bedding is included as well as decorative pillows. All curtains stay..don’t pass up an opportunity to own a bit of Airstream history. Call to discuss all details included.
Source: http://austin.craigslist.org/rvs/4857260309.html

1969 Vintage 27′ Airstream Overlander For Sale

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This is the Bowlus Road Chief Series of Vintage Travel Trailers.

It’s a very expensive but really awesome-looking vintage-style travel trailer. Currently, they have two models to choose from, the On The Road model which starts at $137,000, and the Endless Highways model which starts at $185,000.

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Bowlus Road Chief Vintage Travel Trailers

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The Bowlus Road Chief – On The Road © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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