Airstream

No Reserve Rarity: 1975 Airstream Argosy

As the seller tells it, this 1975 Airstream Argosy is one of the rarer models offered as it’s a solid 20 footer. No, not that it looks good from a distance, but that it is twenty feet long, which… more»

Fast Finds

Living in a Bubble! 1957 Airstream Bubble

“Cute as a button,” my late Grandmother would have said of this 1957 Airstream Bubble in Little Rock, Arkansas. Airstream, arguably the most glamorous of vintage trailers, only produced the 16-foot Bubble model from 1955 through 1958, though a… more»

Luxurious Land Yacht: 1968 Airstream Caravel

The world of camper trailers has exploded over the last few months as consumers continue to resist taking to the friendly skies to get to their next far-off destination. R/Vs and motorhome sales have skyrocketed, with many dealers actively… more»

Pre-War Camper: 1942 Airstream

UPDATE – It turns out that this camper is actually an M-Systems model! Special thanks to Tim Heintz for identifying the correct make and year. At first glance, you wouldn’t think this camper is nearly 80 years old! Airstream… more»

No Reserve: 1964 Airstream Globetrotter

This 1964 Airstream Globetrotter has a lot going for it, namely its extra three feet of interior space yet still remaining in compliance with length requirements for the National Parks. Throw in its relatively low curb weight that makes… more»

No Reserve 21 Footer: 1963 Airstream Safari

When it comes to iconic pull-behind campers, Airstream is pretty much top of the heap for name recognition. Quality was always up there, too, and in later years they became more popular as status symbols rather than some beacon… more»

1968 Airstream Globetrotter Project

Airstream’s are undeniably recognizable, and are a household name in the travel trailer world. The cool thing about Airstream is that they have been making recreational travel trailers for many decades. The older trailers are well cherished and admired… more»

Clean Camper: 1978 Airstream Argosy Minuet

After purchasing my 1981 Toyota HiAce and later acquiring a 1986 Isuzu Trooper, I began to explore the world of overlanding and camping across this great nation of ours. Along with that, as a gearhead, you start to notice… more»

Retro Cool! 1960 Airstream Safari 22′ Camper

We recently featured a 24′ Airstream here on Barn Finds from the folks at Berning Trailer Sales in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It looks like they have another classic Airstream in their inventory and you have the chance to bid… more»

One Of 32 Built: 1982 Airstream Hearse

A friend sent me this listing, as I’ve been thinking about buying a vintage camper this summer. But there’s something significant missing from the ad. Perhaps the seller doesn’t know what they have….or they’re keeping it on the down… more»

Land Yacht! 1968 Airstream 24′ Tradewind

The vintage trailer market continues to be very hot. Go to any car show and if there’s an old car or truck hooked to a trailer, there will undoubtedly be a crowd around it most of the time. One… more»

Saved From The Barn: 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud

This 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud is a rare 13-panel “whaletail” design that saw limited production when new. The seller located the iconic camper trailer in an Oregon barn, where it had slumbered for years. Prior to that, it saw… more»

19K Mile 1982 Airstream… Funeral Coach???

I pride myself on being a pretty knowledgeable automobile enthusiast. A jack-of-all-trades, master of a few kind of person. But I’ll have to admit, this one made me scratch my head a little bit. You are looking at a… more»

The Painted Airstream: 1977 Argosy Camper

When we think of Airstreams, it’s hard not to envision the iconic polished aluminum trailers that have dominated the camper and R/V scene for decades. Lesser known is the “painted Airstream” known as the Argosy. This example is a… more»

The Astro Van Returns: 1984 Airstream Excella

If you are a fan of NASA, then you are likely familiar with their historical reliance on Airstream trailers and motor homes for transporting and quarantining astronauts before and after their spaceflights.  After Apollo 11’s capsule splashed down, the… more»

Glamper Material? 1966 Airstream Ambassador

In case you haven’t heard, “glamping” is one of the trendiest things amongst the well off. A shortened form of “glamorous camping,” glampers frequently take older campers and dress them up with all kinds of modern conveniences. This 28′ 1966… more»