LocationBaton Rouge, LA
13250 Millerville Greens Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
Used 2016 Airstream RV Interstate Grand Tour EXT Grand Tour EXT
This Interstate Grand Tour EXT Class B diesel coach offers interior seating for 6 individuals and sleeping accommodations for two.
Step inside and find a convenient conversation area with the driver and passenger seats swiveled around. There is a removable table between the driver and passenger seat which allows for ease while eating or easy ability to play a game. Behind the driver's seat there is a work station and a LED TV.
The galley has a sink, two burner range, and flip-up shelf along one side. The opposite side offers a large pantry and refrigerator with freezer.
As you move toward the rear notice a convenient wet bath on your right which includes a toilet, small sink, and shower.
Continue further back and find another great conversation area that can convert to comfortable sleeping for two. There is a lounge across the back with seating for three, including safety belts, an ottoman with overhead wardrobe, or in place of the overhead wardrobe you can choose an optional seat, LED TV, and an additional seat, plus in the center a removable table, and more!
Exterior Color: White
Interior Color: Columbian Walnut
|Ext Width||6 ft 8 in|
|Ext Height||9 ft 8 in|
|Int Height||6 ft 3 in|
|Interior Color||Columbian Walnut|
|Gross Weight||11030 lbs|
|Dry Weight||9110 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||1920 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||32 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||27 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||14 gals|
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.