$19,500

1998 Airstream 190 B Van 19 - Georgia

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1998 Airstream 190 B Van 19 - Georgia
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$19,500 or make offer

1998, Class B Airstream 190 (aka B190) on Ford E350 chassis w/ 6.8L V-10 engine

Airstream VIN: 1B9KGVA27WJ301330

Ford VIN: 1FDSS34S2WHB40217

~83,000 miles

Everything works. Fully self-contained Class B motorhome: kitchen (with refrigerator, 3-burner stove, oven and microwave), toilet, shower, on-board fresh water tank, on-board generator. Three-way refrigerator works on propane, AC and 12V. Sleeps up to 4. Bunk area sleeps two children or one adult. Couch opens to bed and sleeps two.

This motorhome is in very good condition and is ready to go camping – all you need to do is bring your clothes, linens and food. The following items are included:

• 30 amp AC power cord for “shore” power
• extra 30 amp AC power extension cord
• sewer hose and connectors
• white color fresh water hose
• green color hose for general purpose use
• basic tool kit including adjustable wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers and voltage meter
• wood leveling blocks
• small electric space heater
• 12V box fan – Endless Breeze
• three refillable gallon jugs
• small water kettle
• storage bins
• basic RV supplies for toilet tank
• color coordinated runner and entry mat
• long handle washing mitt and windshield brush/squeegee

The motorhome has been used regularly and was recently serviced (synthetic oil change, check brakes, multi-point inspection). The tires are approximately four years old. No known defects other than what is shown in the pictures – there is minor staining (due to age) on some of the curtains, a few cosmetic blemishes on the exterior paint, minor stains on carpet, slight separation (vinyl shrunk) on the ceiling near the air conditioner.

The red number at the rear of the motorhome indicates the previous owner was member #10191 in the Airstream owner club (WBCCI). That membership number is available and can be transferred to the new owner.

The following items are original equipment on this van:

Chassis:
• Ford 9400 GVWR E350 Cargo Van w/4-Speed Automatic Transmission w/Overdrive
• 138″ Wheelbase
• 35 Gallon Fuel Tank
• 3.54 Differential Ratio
• Handling Package
• 130 Amp Alternator
• Deluxe Insulation Package
• LT 245/75R X 16E All Season Tires
• 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes (front disc / rear drum)

Exterior Features:
• Towing Package – Class 4 Hitch with 7-Pin Connector
• 110 Volt Outlet
• Exterior Graphics
• Chrome Front and Rear Bumpers
• Tinted Windows in Van, Tinted Opening Windows in Camper
• Running Boards
• Exterior Storage Compartment
• Interior Spare Tire
• Center Brake Light
• Sport Wheel Covers

Automotive Equipment:
• Swing-Out Glass on Side, Front Cargo Door
• Interval Windshield Wipers
• Power Door Locks and Windows
• Tilt Steering Wheel
• Cruise Control
• Dash Air Conditioner
• AM/FM w/Cassette

RV Systems:
• 11,000 BTU Air Conditioner w/ Heat Strip
• Fantastic Vent Roof Fan
• Onan/Cummins 2.8KW Generator
• Roof Mounted TV Antenna
• Cable TV Input
• 12 Volt DC Interior Lighting
• 6 Gallon Water Heater
• 22.4 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
• 21.2 Gallon Gray Water Tank
• 16.8 Gallon Black Water Tank
• 9.8 Gallon Propane Tank
• 12,000 BTU Furnace
• 3.0 Cubic Foot Refrigerator
• Exterior Entry (“porch”) Light

Driver / Passenger / Living Areas:
• Oak Cabinets
• Fiberglass Shower and Sink
• Bathroom Exhaust Fan
• Double Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink
• 3-Burner Stove w/Oven
• Microwave
• Convertible Sofa w/Seat Belts
• Stowable Dining Table
• Sleeping Area Over Cab
• Ladder To Access Bunk
• Fire Extinguisher
• Deluxe Power Driver Seat
• Manual Passenger Seat

The following item was factory installed optional equipment:
• Exterior Awning

Upgraded/Added Equipment:
• Hellwig Products rear stabilizer (anti-roll/anti-sway) www.helwigproducts.com
• Roadmaster Active Suspension www.roadmasterinc.com
• Safe T Plus steering stabilizer www.safe-t-plus.com
• Progressive Dynamics PD4626 charger/converter www.progressivedyn.com
• Side Entry Step Has Been Stiffened w/ 1/4″ Thick Steel Angle
• Bilstein Shock Absorbers
• Electric Water Heater Adapter
• Upgraded Fresh Water Pump
• On/Off Switch for “House” Battery

for a complete set of pictures refer to the Flickr link below:

https://www.flickr.com/gp/141001388@N03/123013

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3 Responses to “1998 Airstream 190 B Van 19 - Georgia”

  1. Very interested.

    Looks like a clean well maintained unit. A few questions if you don’t mind.

    Any ongoing difficult to resolve electrical issues with motor or chassis? Battery draining, alternator problems,generator breaker tripping, etc.

    Carfax history search suggests 5,000+ mile on service between 1-2016 and 5-2016. Long trip? How did it do? And why the sell?

    Looks like its changed owners about every two years since 2012. Any comments?

    Thanks

  2. nvestysly

    Any ongoing difficult to resolve electrical issues with motor or
    chassis? Battery draining, alternator problems,generator breaker
    tripping, etc.

    [COLOR=#ff0000]We’re not aware of any issues. Both the vehicle and house batteries have disconnects to reduce parasitic drain during storage. Engine works fine. We replaced the vehicle battery about a year ago. House battery is older but seem to hold a charge well. No breakers tripping. The generator works well but has a vibration/rattling noise. We had it checked by Cummins/Onan and they indicated it’s just that – a rattle/bump that they would not take time to repair. I guess the generator housing is bumping against the shroud Airstream installed.
    [/COLOR]
    Carfax history search suggests 5,000+ mile on service between 1-2016
    and 5-2016. Long trip? How did it do? And why the sell?

    [COLOR=#ff0000]My wife’s sister took a trip to Florida and that wasn’t enough miles to change oil. We took a trip to mid-west so we changed the oil and had multi-point inspection performed after that trip. Our trip was 3000 miles and we experienced a wide variety of temperatures and weather conditions. No water leaks. We used every appliance – microwave, refrigerator, AC, heat strip in the AC, space heater, furnace, water heater, shower, toilet, etc. All systems work.[/COLOR]

    [COLOR=#ff0000]We originally purchased the van because my wife’s sister was interested. She specifically wanted an Airstream. She camped in the van twice – one of which was a seven week trip to Florida – but determined the van was not her “cup of tea.” We have used the van several other times and are very enamored with the Class B form of travel. If we didn’t have an Airstream trailer we would keep the van. However, since my wife’s sister didn’t buy the van from us it’s really not in the picture for us to keep the van.[/COLOR]

    Looks like its changed owners about every two years since 2012. Any
    comments?

    [COLOR=#ff0000]I think we are the third owner. The original person owned the van for many years and sold it in about 2011 or 2012. I think they were elderly and decided to stop traveling. I think the second owner had the van for about two years and sold it to us in 2014. The second owner previously had a larger motorhome, then downsized to the van, then upsized to a larger trailer. I double-checked this via Carfax when we purchased the vehicle but don’t recall all the details at this point.[/COLOR]

    [COLOR=#ff0000]In addition, we have not smoked nor had pets in the van. The same is true for the prior owner. I am not sure about the original owner. We had the entire van cleaned by Zerorez when we bought it two years ago.[/COLOR]

  3. nvestysly

    The van has been sold.

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