1976 Argosy Airstream Camper Remodel (Interior updates)

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  1. The interior looks great, but i would have liked to have seen a picture of the outside.
    It really does look great. There are a few things that are common problems when restoring an Argosy.
    1. The front and rear floors of an Argosy 99% of the time need replaced, because they get wet and rot out.
    2. The trailer was made too nice for REAL camping. Someone who really camps cant have everything white and expect it to stay that way.
    3. I’ve seen too many people replacing the 2-way fridge with an only electric fridge. this kills the boondocking value. A real camper has options to not have full hookups all the time.

    1. Hi David,

      Great points! I’ve also noticed a lot of people dislike propane but keeping the food cold while in transit makes it worth it in my opinion. I kept my 1965 Airstream original. I’m not very knowledgeable about Argosy’s but around the door is always the place I find needs replaced.

      Do you have an Argosy? I’m always looking for cool campers and vintage mobile homes to share. Thank you for commenting!

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