A Breakdown of the Airstream Classic

If you’ve seen a silver trailer that looks more like a spacecraft than an RV, it’s likely an Airstream. These trailers are some of the most recognizable vehicles in the RV industry.

This line offers the largest, most expensive options and luxurious interior accommodations for travelers to enjoy the open road.

Airstream remains one of the RV industry’s most well-respected, trusted brands. Founded in 1931 by Wally Byam, Airstream was the only travel trailer company that survived post-WWI.

Who Is Airstream?

In an industry where mass production, quick  turn-around times, and labor shortages have resulted in poor quality, Airstream has risen above and remained committed to high standards.

Is Airstream a Good Company?

The trailer lines include the Airstream Classic, Globetrotter, International, Flying Cloud, Caravel, Bambi, and Basecamp.

What Types of RVs Does Airstream Make?

The Airstream Classic 30RB has a rear bedroom and a full bathroom. Owners can choose to have a queen bed or two twin beds.

Airstream Classic 30RB

The Airstream Classic Lineup

The Airstream Classic 33FB moves the bedroom to the front of the unit, where the sofa sits in the previous model. Like the RV before, owners can choose a queen or two twin beds.

Airstream Classic 33FB

They all feature the iconic silver bullet design with no slides and aluminum construction. But the Classic is the top-of-the-line model.

What’s the Difference Between the Airstream Classic and Other Airstream Travel Trailers?

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