New 2024 Classic 30RB Twin Travel Trailer
Shop Classic 30RB Twin For Sale
Classic 30RB Twin Description
Airstream RV Classic travel trailer 30RB Twin highlights:
- Rear Twin Beds
- Private Vanity and Toilet
- Oceanair Day/Night Shades
- Powered Lounge
- Three Hanging Wardrobes
Make plans to see the country in style with this Classic travel trailer in tow. The rear twin beds in the rear bedroom will provide a great night's rest, plus there is a nightstand here to store your phone, book, or tablet. Your guests can sleep on the powered lounge or dinette, and there is a Smart LED HDTV to enjoy your favorite shows. You'll look forward to cleaning up each day with the removable handheld aerating shower head and a heated towel bar for all-around comfort. The chef of the family will have a convection microwave and a stainless steel three burner cooktop to prepare meals each day, and there is a 12 volt 10. cu. refrigerator to store perishables.
When it comes to full-time luxury living on the road, none other will do than a Classic travel trailer by Airstream. The sophisticated interior includes Ultraleather seating, a luxurious bathroom, handcrafted hardwood cabinetry, and a top-of-the-line kitchen with premium appliances. You will appreciate the rear-view monitoring system to easily park your trailer at the campsite, plus there are four powered heavy duty stabilizer jacks for easy set up. After you've unpacked, set up the powered ZipDee patio awning and adjust the LED dimmable awning light as you enjoy a cold drink. The Classic travel trailers also include QuiteStream climate control that cools your unit quietly and evenly for a truly comfortable environment!
Classic 30RB Twin Specifications
|31 ft 5 in
|8 ft 6 in
|9 ft 6 in
|6 ft 6 in
|Comfort White; Earl Grey, Cafe Latte
|Fresh Water Capacity
|Grey Water Capacity
|Black Water Capacity
|10 cu ft
|Number of Awnings
|LP Tank Capacity
|Water Heater Type
|LR Smart LED HDTV
|Powered Zipdee with Sunbrella Fabric
|Number of LP Tanks
Classic 30RB Twin Reviews
In 1931, Airstream began with Wally Byam’s dream: to build a travel trailer that would move like a stream of air, be light enough to be towed by a car, and create first-class accommodations anywhere.
Wally Byam introduced the first riveted aluminum, semi-monocoque Airstream – known as the Clipper – in 1936. He forever changed the world of travel and built a community of like-minded adventurers called Airstreamers. Today, the entire Airstream community keeps Wally’s spirit alive and well.
Airstream travel trailers and touring coaches aren’t built the fastest way. Not the easiest, either. That’s because they’re built with an obsessive attention to detail, and a willingness to choose the processes and materials that make the absolute best product – even if it’s a little harder, takes a little longer, and costs a little more to do. That’s the kind of quality that makes Airstreams last not just years but generations, and the kind we’re proud to put our name on.