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Airstream Spotlight: Introducing the new 33-foot Classic Travel Trailer

Stepping inside the iconic Classic feels like coming home. And now, the 33-foot Classic gives you more room than ever. From the spacious, residential-style rear bath to the projection screen and power sofa, it brings everything you love on the road with you – and then some. Watch the new Classic Spotlight video above for a tour of the luxurious finishes, features, and amenities. Want to know more about the Airstream Classic? See its design, features, and floorplans here.

Santa got an Airstream

The people, and the petition, have spoken. Thanks to a mountain of signatures, we gave Santa his very own Airstream full of custom features to keep the big guy happy. In Part 8 of our exclusive interview series, Nick gets his Airstream and couldn’t be happier. Watch the video in the header image above. A candy cane awning. Snowflake wall patterns. Boot storage. And of course, mistletoe. The ultimate giver deserved something really special. Check out the Airstream we customized just for him.

Airstream Spotlight: 2017 International Travel Trailer Series

The International represents Airstream’s designer series. It has all the smarts and functionality of the Flying Cloud with sophisticated premium finishes, like the faucets in the bathroom and the kitchen, as well as the cabinetry hardware. The International series also comes with the ability to get a powered awning, so your outside experience is easy to set up with the push of a button. With backlit overhead lockers and clear sliding doors, finding stored items becomes that much easier. Overhead illuminated panels bring out subtle accents in the décor, making it feel like you’re lounging in a chic Manhattan loft.

Airstream Travel Trailers: Easy to Tow, Easy to Drive

One of the things that has made Airstream travel trailers so famous over the years is their ease of towing. That starts at the bottom. Airstream’s designers do everything possible to keep the center of gravity of travel trailers low. Most travel trailer manufacturers build above the wheels; we build between the wheels, and that brings the floor down, the frame down, and lowers the center of gravity. To enhance that the tanks are located within the frame, so that big mass of water and center of weight is closest to the road. So what does that mean? It means

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