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I was hoping I could get some help from the Airstream experts on determing if a local Airstream is worth what the buyer is asking for it. I'll make a bold prediction that Andy from Inland RV is going to take a look at that profile view of the curb side and tell you that the axles need to be replaced.
By this guide (which is of course only a guideline), it appears that $5K is not totally out of line.
These old long-boys are a wonderful project platform (long project often), and they are priced anywhere from 1200-6000 dollars that I have seen. BTW I suspect with the economy in trouble and the fuel price never going back that there will be many more of these long-boys and a number of shorties on the market sooner than later and many of the long ones at fire-sale prices.
Also if you are project oriented and capable, do not assume that your driveway is the ideal spot. Bought it for about 3000 but paid storage fees and insurance for years before I got it useable and never got it all done as I so often fantasized I might. Please note this ad is a repost, please contact the seller directly for more information and to purchase.
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Many of the photos I found were from that Arizona trip, and I don’t recall ever seeing them. After they returned, I was often invited to join them on local trips to campsites in and around the Ann Arbor area. During the work week my Grandfather would drive in to his job in Saline, while my Grandmother lined up swims at the beach, bicycle riding, and the usual activities reserved for grandparents and their grandchildren on vacation. My grandfather kept the Airstream until around 1980, when he remarried and the priorities of a new life shifted.


While looking through the stack of old photos, some tattered, some water damaged over time, one picture stood out.
It wasn’t long before I found all of the most visited and populated forums dedicated to Vintage Airstreams, Airstream restorations, and more importantly the Airstream classifieds.
The Wally Bayam Caravan Club is, of course, still operating, and my initial email message to them was answered promptly. Curiously this model doesn’t seem to have the little windows that faced the sky, these showed up the next year, 1971. As thanks for the help I received from the Wally Bayam Caravan Club, and to secure ongoing help with my search, I sent in my membership form to join the club. I happen to have that year and model, with the single axle, but a different inside configuration, here in the city of Detroit. If you can find the original registration, the VIN of the trailer may allow you to find if someone has it currently registered. From what I’ve been seeing so far, the 1970 single-axle Safari was somewhat rare indeed. A couple were turned into Food Trucks, which pretty much erases any clues as to their origins. So I am continuing the search, but I’m feeling like I need to maybe settle on a vintage Airstream of my own from the same era.
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But if this is local to you, you should go take a look at it and make the owner plug it in to prove all electrical functions properly, turn on the gas to make sure all gas appliances work properly, and check to make sure all water works properly.
Common sense says you will eventually want one if you are gonna travel and they cost about 500 dollars. The ideal is a barn, but a hardtop spot in the back yard or side yard is prob the next-best. My Grandfather, Maurice Doll, was the head Accounting Administrator for the City of Saline. They arrived at our house for a visit after buying it, and I remember it parked next to our home while they stayed. She would make sure that we found as many nature talks as we could find, docents and storytellers who ran daytime classes on local animals, monarch butterflies, turtles, insects.
On my drive from Washington State to Michigan I probably saw a hundred Airstreams of various ages. Airstream estimates that 60% to 70% of all the trailers they’ve sold are still operational. I even found out that the red numbers, 24175, were the Wally Bayam Caravan Club membership numbers. I’m keeping a sharp eye out for any used 1970 Airstream Safari Doubles being sold in and around the Great Lakes area.
In fact, nobody’s used those numbers since he let his membership lapse around 1979 or so.
Most of them appear to have the split rear bath, as opposed to the rear full bath (you can identify them from the exterior by the window above the axle on the passenger side, which is smaller and more rear-ward in the split bath option). They do not go back that far, at least as far as I was told from the archives that I contacted last year. I’ve been on a new job recently, which has taken me away from the day-to-day activities on my own site here. I have come into possession of a 31 ft 1972 Landyacht Sovereign that has been kept in my family since purchased. Also check for soft spots in the floor and take a look at as much of the frame as you can see-- anything other than surface rust is bad news and means major project time.
Photos from my grandparents, my father’s parents, who lived in the small town of Saline, Michigan near Ann Arbor.


He was well-regarded and quite capable of his duties, although he didn’t particularly enjoy dropping in on the Ann Arbor Art Festivals to remind the dealers how important it was to properly fill out their sales tax forms for anything sold that day. I recall many summer trips, staying at RV campgrounds populated with retirees, with posted signs explicitly prohibiting children of any sort on the site. Wally Bayam was the Airstream founder and original designer, and club membership was a prized accompaniment to Airstream ownership. They were unable to identify the actual Airstream trailer, as the WBCC numbers were assigned to the person not the trailer.
And because I cannot possibly know if its later owners kept it within Michigan, I’m even looking cross country. In fact, since you were issued the same numbers, that means they are not current on the trailer. First my sister-in-laws parents had it for years and her mother eventually started using it as a hunting camp in Florida. She’s long since accepted the fact that I stumble into obsessive spirals over new-found interests, hobbies, and other distractions. Among them were pictures taken during a very special trip they took to Sedona, Arizona in their brand-new Airstream trailer. My Grandmother, Marjorie Doll, was a nurse at the local hospital and likely more pragmatic than my Grandfather. The next day they were off to Sedona, Arizona to visit longtime friends and to shake out the new silver bullet.
Either I was better company around adults than I remember, or my grandparents held a lot of sway with their community of friends. We even made several trips to the University of Michigan’s Museum of Natural History to see their collection of dinosaurs, exhibits on human history, and the planetarium. Had they waited for their retirement to buy this Airstream, it would’ve been too late. Joe has even sent me several links from his area, although so far none of them have panned out. I’ve been around a lot of special interest forums, you can usually smell the ones run by foul-moody, angry individuals.
They may still be there, though, since not everyone becomes a member, when they have an Airstream. Then my father purchased it and moved it to Alabama to be his primary residence in retirement. Instead they had six or seven years of wonderful memories that they shared with their family and friends. I was then put in touch with Joe Peplinski, a member of one of the Vintage Airstream clubs and a historian. Membership numbers are assigned as requests come in, with the option of requesting any previously un-assigned number. Then last year it went to my brother with the intention of moving it to his property in Oklahoma.
Nanette says it’s been in the backyard on their farm, and has been fun for guests and outdoor gatherings.
And if I find that it has long since been wrecked, or is otherwise unfindable, I may just have to go pick up my own vintage Airstream.
My search stopped there, so now I’m going by the possibility that their old WBCC numbers may still be visible on the front or back. I’m planning a trip to visit this summer and there is a chance down the road that she may be selling it.
From there I’ll have to go by details from the existing photos (most of them are posted here in this article).



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