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1961 Airstream Bambi 16 - Texas Private Seller

2 months ago Airstream Trailers FOR SALE  Austin, TX 2591 Views 3 Watching
Year: 1961
Make: Airstream
Model: Bambi
Length: 16'
Country:US
State or Province:TX
City: Austin
Type of Sale:Private Seller
Listed:2 months ago
Location: Austin, TX
Price : $36,500

Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year.The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs.

It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life.

A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.

Asking 36,500 OBO

Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.








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<p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year.The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Asking 38,500 OBO</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p> <p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year.The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Asking 36,500 OBO</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p>

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<p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year. In fact, this particular trailer was manufactured in Airstream, Inc's Santa Fe Springs, CA location in January of 1961 and is one of the first Bambi trailers ever manufactured in the limited production run of 1961! The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Asking 39,500 OBO</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p> <p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year.The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Asking 38,500 OBO</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p>

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<p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year. In fact, this particular trailer was manufactured in Airstream, Inc's Santa Fe Springs, CA location in January of 1961 and is one of the first Bambi trailers ever manufactured in the limited production run of 1961! The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Asking 42,500 OBO</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p> <p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year. In fact, this particular trailer was manufactured in Airstream, Inc's Santa Fe Springs, CA location in January of 1961 and is one of the first Bambi trailers ever manufactured in the limited production run of 1961! The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Asking 39,500 OBO</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p>

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<p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year. In fact, this particular trailer was manufactured in Airstream, Inc's Santa Fe Springs, CA location in January of 1961 and is one of the first Bambi trailers ever manufactured in the limited production run of 1961! The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p> <p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year. In fact, this particular trailer was manufactured in Airstream, Inc's Santa Fe Springs, CA location in January of 1961 and is one of the first Bambi trailers ever manufactured in the limited production run of 1961! The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Asking 42,500 OBO</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p>

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<p><span style="font size:16px;">Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. </span>Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year. In fact, this particular trailer was manufactured in Airstream, Inc's Santa Fe Springs, CA location in January of 1961 and is one of the first Bambi trailers ever manufactured in the limited production run of 1961! The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two 2 new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric and plumbing utilize the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> </p> <p>Of all the Airstream vintage models, the Bambi seems to be the most sought after and collectible. This Airstream Bambi is a 1961 model, the inaugural year for the iconic 16 foot Airstream trailer, and only 200 of the Bambi trailers were built that first year. In fact, this particular trailer was manufactured in Airstream, Inc's Santa Fe Springs, CA location in January of 1961 and is one of the first Bambi trailers ever manufactured in the limited production run of 1961! The exterior of the trailer has been recently polished to a mirror finish. The Bambi is very easy to haul with a weight of just 1875 lbs and a tongue weight of just 200 lbs. </p><p>It has all working original fixtures including lighting, plumbing, toilet, stove, and refrigerator. Restoration work on the trailer includes a new wood floor, two new tires, new LED running lights, new AC, and new cushion covers. The 12 volt and propane systems work perfectly and the electric/plumbing utilizes the original fixtures. Almost flawless exterior, with only a few minor scratches. I am the 2nd owner and have all the original paperwork. This cutie has been stored in enclosed storage her entire life. </p><p>A simple extension cord for 110 V will bring power to this beautiful trailer and the vintage appliances use 10 amps of electricity. This is an incredible find especially for vintage Airstream enthusiasts.</p><p>Did You Know? In 1961, the Airstream Bambi trailer model received its name the same year as the famous Airstream African Caravan. When Airstream founder Wally Byam learned of a miniature deer revered by the Angolan locals, known for its strength and sure footedness, it was only natural that it became the trailer s namesake. The beloved creature was called O Mbambi in the Umbundu dialect of the Bantu language.</p><p> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p>

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Posted by 66Overlander (2 months ago)

Given that this has a curbside toilet, it as appears to be Ohio built, not Santa Fe Sorings. California Bambi"s has streetside toilets. The serial number formats were different and will confirm that it either is Ohio built or some sort of rare California exception.

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