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Airstream Stats

Here are the Airstream stats for those out there that enjoy this type of detail…….. We will continue to update this list as we make modifications/improvements.  More about what we recycled here – Recycled parts.   For a list of green renovations only go to the Airstream page.  If you really just want to look at tons of photos go here – Photos.




In 2003, the Safari 25′ came with the option of an L sofa.  Ours has the regular sofa that drops down to an extra bed.

  • 6,300 LB GVWR
  • Exterior height – 9 feet, 7 inches
  • Exterior width – 8 feet, 5.5 inches
  • Exterior length – 25 feet, 11 inches


Original to the Airstream – no mods:

  • 4 – 15″ aluminum wheels/ 2 axles
  • Radial black wall tires with load range D
  • 12″ electric drum brakes
  • 4 retractable stabilizer jacks
  • Solar grey front window/stone guard
  • 3 burner propane range with oven and exhaust fan
  • 31,000 BTU furnace with electric ignition
  • 11,000 BTU A/C with heat strip
  • 6.0 cubic feet Dometic fridge that can run on electric or propane
  • 6 gallon propane water heater
  • Frosted window in door
  • Zip Dee awning – 16 feet, 4.5″
  • Shurflo 2.0 gpm water pump
  • Automatic 2 stage regulator
  • Water heater by-pass kit
  • Propane bottle cover and 2 30 LB steel bottles
  • Tank monitoring system
  • 45 gallon fresh water tank
  • 39 gallon grey water tank


Original parts given a green twist:

  • Existing 76″ front sofa/sleeper with bottom storage reupholstered with organic cotton from O Ecotextiles
  • Madagascar ebony eco veneer on existing cabinets/bulkheads using a low VOC 3M contact adhesive and low VOC semi-gloss finish
  • Existing kitchen countertop re-surfaced with Marmoleum – remnants from a local eco store

Green updates – parts removed were either donated or put into the hands of other RVers.  Our mission was to keep everything out of the landfill.

  • Fixed corner bed – mattress replaced with full size Tea Leaf Supreme eco mattress from Keetsa
  • 23 gallon black water tank (removed)
  • Nature’s Head waterless composting toilet with continuous fan that runs on 1 amp
  • Interior and exterior LED lighting from Elemental LED
  • American Clay earthen plaster on walls/ceilings – carpet removed (this was the one thing we discarded and didn’t recycle)
  • Marmoleum bathroom floor – remnants from a local eco store
  • Recycled bamboo butcher block cutting board
  • Vida cork plank flooring
  • Organic bedding and towels
  • Kirei board (sorghum stalks) used as a work desk – low VOC finish
  • Paperstone bathroom countertop – remnants from a local eco store
  • Ultra Violet 2gpm water filter included but not hooked up
  • Lumicor silver spun eco panel shower door
  • Barker VIP 2000 electric jack
  • Two 130 watt flexible solar panels by High Flex solar
  • One 240 watt rigid solar panel by Trina Solar – can be tilted when parked for more sun collection
  • 4 Fullriver AGM 6 volt batteries – 2 under the couch and 2 in the original battery box.
  • Outback 2000 watt pure sine wave inverter/charger (under couch)
  • Outback charge controller FlexMax 60 (under couch)
  • Outback Mate 2 – monitor
  • Bogart Tech. TriMetric battery monitor (2025 RV model)
  • Fantastic fan with rain sensor in front and rear galley

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  1. Hello! I’ve been following your website for a few months now and wanted to go ahead and give you a shout out from Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the excellent work!

  2. Looks great but what is the pricetag?

    • Depends on what Airstream you buy (it’s condition) and then what you do:) We spent about $20K on modifications and did much of the work ourselves.

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