Holding tanks, replacement and repairs. Knowing that most vintage airstream trailers have been abandoned to an open field or the north side of a barn for sometimes decades, “plastic holding tanks” usually cannot withstand the elements and extreme changes of weather conditions.
This 1967 Sovereign 31′ Vintage Airstream
Just the thought of using a run-down worn out grey and black combo sewage tank makes me shiver. More than shiver, these dinosaurs have a little if any capacity to protect trailer occupants and stay sanitized. Imagine the lack of efficiency of all the fittings, decomposed glue, and worn out plastic. Therefore, there is no […]
The New Big Thing at VARR.co – Airstream Motorhomes…. For some strange reason, the month of July 2015 brought VARR over “25” visitors looking to purchase a rare Airstream Motorhome. These Airstream Motorhomes are up to 36 feet long and can accomodate more sleeping area for a larger family, this can save you on your […]
Often times Airstream enthusiasts become somewhat annoyed with us since our policy is not to publish buy and sell pricing on our website. Prices fluctuate often and many would be owners want to tackle things like “demo” themselves to save money. Attempting to educate the buyers or sellers can also become complex and confusing.
We are hearing more and more about Airstreamers using or being interested in using foam insulation for their Airstream restorations. While it could be a great option, if applied improperly, can be quite a disaster. Also keep in mind future repairs. To get to the area to repair you have to dig out the foam […]
An Airstream trailer can become your home…better than – never before have so many folks traveled our great country finding a abundance of history, and wonder that comes with travel. If you think you missed the history you did not it just started, trust me!
Why would you choose a 40 year old trailer to buy? We’ve been asked this and it is quickly answered in one word, Airstream. I have to admit that when we first decided to go on the road full time, I wasn’t on board with buying an Airstream. (Don’t tell anyone;) My wife Lisa, on […]
Being involved with so many aspects of trailering, I recently came across an interview with the President of Winnebago (parent company of Airstream). The interview was fascinating. Fifteen minutes of nothing but positive input and recognition for a pioneering company and exciting niche.
1951 Flying Cloud Airstream – This rare and iconic trailer was found in a field in Wyoming “Forever West”.