Did you know it takes 280 man-hours to build one Airstream?
What about the fact that Airstream was the only RV manufacturer to survive the Great Depression?
In case you’ve been living under a rock or are new to the world of RVs, you might not know many things about Airstream. If you want to know more fun facts about the manufacturer, click here. Otherwise, keep scrolling for a story on a modern, recently renovated Airstream!
When RV owners consider renovating, they’re looking to make their RV work for them. It doesn’t mean the rig isn’t already efficient and comfortable as is, but they seek to make minor changes to get more use out of it.
Wheely Great Trailers renovated this Airstream and had it built to double as a workspace and an off-the-grid escape trailer. It’s easy to see that Airstreams can easily be modified to go anywhere and be set for both on and off-the-grid.
Here are just a few of the features you’ll see in this unique, custom build:
- Reclaimed Barnwood Floors
- Original Wood Workstation
- Steel/Concrete Kitchen
- Custom Daybed/Lounge
- LED Lighting
- Custom A/V System
- Wood Stove
Such an awesome build like this truly shows through in the craftsmanship, and it’s made to last.
Though nearly perfect for any type of RVer, a renovation like this is ideal for anyone who loves the outdoors, adventures and explorations. Sure, hotels and motels work, but when you have an opportunity to take a project such as this and make it your own – what more could you want?
When traveling, you can choose a hotel or an RV. The difference? An RV lets you travel at your own speed without worrying about leaving any belongings behind. When it’s you and the open road, there isn’t a care in the world except where your Airstream will lead you.
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