Asking Price: $17,900
Key Camper Facts
- Model Year: 1995
- Trim / Maker: Airstream B-190
- Odometer: 85,000
- Engine: 8 Cylinders
- Transmission: Automatic
- Ad Source: Craigslist
- Location: Golden, Colorado
- Contact Name: Not Provided
- Phone: Not Provided
- Email: Send Message
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Very clean 1995 Ford Airstream Class B Van. Purchased in 2014 for $18,500, and I’ve put about $5000 into the vehicle. It has 70,000 miles at the time of purchase, and now sits at 85,000. Asking $17,900 OBO. It’s in great condition and ready to go as is for you camping adventures. Nothing needed. Most of my camping was in the national forest or BLM land, but it does have full hookups if that is your preference.
19’8″ Overall Length
6920 Lbs Dry Weight
9300 Lbs GVWR
15,000 Lbs GCWR
Ford E350 with 460 EFI V8 7.5 Liter Engine
4-Spd Overdrive Automatic Transmission
Power Mirrors, Windows, Door Locks
Ice Cold Dash A/C
Fuel: 35 Gallon tank
LP Gas: 9.8 Lbs
Fresh Water: 22 Gallon
Grey Water: 20 Gallon
Black Water: 21 Gallon
Queen size pull out bed over the cab. Couch folds out into a bed.
In 2016, the over cab windows were pulled out and resealed, carpet was removed and laminate wood flooring installed, the ceiling header was replace, and all new curtains were installed. The bedding was all recovered, new stereo installed with bluetooth.
New house battery installed at the time of purchase.
All-terrain tires installed new at time of purchase and have less than 15K miles on them. No cracking.
Brand new chassis battery installed spring of 2017.
Roof top air conditioning.
Onan 2800 Watt Generator
Microwave, although I’ve never used it.
Stove and 3 burner gas cook top.
Gas or electric fridge.
Hot water tank (3 gallons I believe).
Sink, counter tops, and tons of storage. All cabinets are real wood, not that faux laminate crap.
Toilet. You don’t know how nice it is to have a toilet until you have one. No more trips to the woods to dig a hole.
Sit down shower inside. It would be easy enough to add an outdoor shower as well, but none currently. If I kept the van, that would have been my next addition.
What else do you need for a fully self contained camper van?
I used this vehicle for the last three years primarily for mountain bike trips, and mounted the bikes to a 2″ hitch rack. I’ve recently purchased a full size truck and decided it was time to move on.
Thanks for looking!