Wanted 25-27‘ AS That sleeps 6 for a family with four kids, 25ss ccd but open To anything not requiring a lot of work

  • Street: Branson
  • Country: United States
  • State or Province: Minnesota
  • City: Minneapolis
  • Zip/Postal Code: 55424
  • Listed: January 27, 2019 10:55 am
  • Expires: This ad has expired

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  • Listed by: 4turkeys
  • Member Since: May 28, 2014

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We are looking for a 25 to 27 foot airstream that sleeps six comfortably. We like the 25ss International Ccd but don’t need something that posh. Open to any years and makes as long as it is in great condition with everything in working order. Maybe there is even a vintage trailer that has been customized for a larger family out there that is no longer getting used. We crave family adventure and outdoors with a dry warm place to sleep for everyone but aren’t interested in anything larger than 27 feet because we like to keep things as simple as possible. Willing to pay fair market value

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2 Responses to “Wanted 25-27‘ AS That sleeps 6 for a family with four kids, 25ss ccd but open To anything not requiring a lot of work”

  1. I have four people in a 25 and a lot of people think we’re crazy. Even a 27 with six will be super tight. Really recommend you look for a larger bunkhouse model: it’s cheaper than a divorce lawyer! :)

  2. Just saw your want ad and we have a 25’ International Serenity built in 2012 that might work for you.
    We purchased “Lightnin” around Thanksgiving 2018 in Austin. It has been stored under a roof all of its life I have been assured until 2 months ago-the reason being we took Lighnin’ to Florida to use until we purchased a home, which we did 2 months ago. Long story for sure.
    Why are we selling? Before Lightnin’ we had an Allegro Bus which we travelled and volunteered and lived in for 7 years. ‘Twas great and now, in our 70’s prefer to drive a car and go visit Children and Grands, staying with them.
    Lightnin’ has new tires and batteries and works almost perfectly except for the main awning which my Husband will fix after he finishes building our fence.
    We are not smokers and we travelled with a big dog and a little dog.
    We paid $67,500 for Lightnin’ and put on new tires and batteries so am thinking we will not deviate too far from that price.
    All the best to you, Sandy

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