1964 Airstream Safari 22ft
5970 Nichols Rd
Mason, MI 48854
1964 Airstream Safari 22ft.
Serial number # S-022420025
Full shell off restoration 4 years ago
Detailed pictures of restoration available
Appraised by James Polk at $97,500 (appraisal available)
Repaired 2 outriggers on frame
Inspected frame, cleaned and used PORS coating
Installed new Dexter axle
Replace total wood floor with new 3/4 in. marine plywood.
Installed all new “C” channel
All interior seams in ceiling and walls were coated with sealant., sealed wood edges
All windows removed, re-welded if needed, cleaned, all new seals, reattached. New screens
New full manual Zip Dee awning.
All trim removed, cleaned, resealed.
All accessories removed cleaned and painted if needed.
New front window guard installed
New front top wind jack
ProPride hitch included
New main panel, Marine style, 12 and 120 Volt, with converter/charger. 30 Amp. Six 12 volt circuits, six 120 volt circuits.
All LED lighting inside and out.
New LP/CO detector
New kitchen exhaust fan motor
New roof fan
New trailer 7 pin wire
New AC, low profile, ceiling reinforced
New kitchen and ceiling vent fans
New hot water heater (propane and electric)
New refrigerator (propane and electric)
New copper LPG lines and regulator
All interior seams in ceiling and walls were coated with sealant.
All inside walls were stripped, primed, Zolatone finish.
New Reflectix insulation with layer of Fiberglass insulation.
New cabinetry and doors. Original wood used as templates. Maple wood. New gauchos, 2 twin size. 1 full size
All new upholstery
All countertops and table have new Formica
Marmoleum flooring installed.
All LED lights
Inside fiberglass endcaps were repaired with epoxy and fiberglass. Refrigerator vent restored with new epoxy and fiberglass.
New Astrodome installed
All new PEX plumbing
AC Drain line installed through ceiling and interior wall
New water pump
Kitchen sink restored
Original black tank was fiberglassed/ epoxied restored. ( No gray)
One piece fiberglass bathroom shower, sink, toilet area was repaired with epoxy, fiberglass and painted.
New water tank (propane and electric)