Vintage Airsteams don’t come with instructions on how the dirty work (it’s not really dirty) of emptying a black water tank is done. Here’s a complete step-by-step walkthrough of emptying the black water tank on your vintage Airstream. Click here for more information on our plumbing work on Mavis.
From the remodel to the actual day-to-day living, here’s a few tricks we’ve learned along the way. Those precious 30 amps Our Airstream, like most travel trailers, has a 30 amp hookup. We removed all of the propane appliances and replaced everything with electric. We were both adament about this – we had both heard […]
We decided to do a complete remodel of our Airstream’s bathroom. I first was determined to just spruce up what was already there with marine paint. But after we did the kitchen remodel and found all of the nastiness from an old sink leak we decided gutting the bathroom was imperative. We took out everything. Surprisingly, […]
Anyone that is renovating a vintage Airstream or travel trailer has probably noticed that replacement 12 volt light fixtures out there are, well, hideous. They are big and bulky and plastic. Now maybe there are some cute ones out there but my search was pretty exhaustive and I came up empty handed. Puck lights are plentiful […]