Well My Father-in-law passed. My Wife and her three brothers were dividing the estate. Some banks accounts, 95 Olds that one brother wil take, 94 Ford Conversion Van with 97k on it that the another brother is taking. The one brother was left a IRA to deal with his remaining bills and to keep the rest. Two campers were also part of the estate. One we don't even know where it is nor has anybody seen this thing so we don't know what it is. Her Fater was telling me about it and it's a beater he use on his hunting lease. It's on some hunting property in south GA (that he also owns part of and will sell off his part). The other camper is a Airstream trailer that has been in their family for a long time. I use to camp with my folks a LOT when I was a kid and it's something I would like to do with my two kid. My family had a tent trailer we dragged all over the place about 4 weeks a year. My mom sold it when I was 16 (still mad about it because it was nice and compact and easy to pull). Went to Colorado a lot. So when I heard about this camper I told my wife that might be fun and we could do some cross country camping a couple times a year. She had no interest in the car and van. Now get this...the Airstream is a 1958 22ft (they rate tip of tounge to bumper as the length so inside is more like 17ft and to put the size into perspective my 10x5 utility trailer is only 7ft shorter) according to her brothers. I been reseaching this with a couple pictures my wife dug up and I think it's a 59 (Wheel wells help identify the year and 58's never had the wheel wells but 59 did). Anyway Airstreams last forever if taken care of and this one has been taken care of. Super light too, unloaded this thing is about 2500lb. So originally I was trying to help put a dollar value on this thing and got interested in it and there is an unbellievable following for theses especialy old ones like this. My Father-in-law has used the thing frequently so this thing is supose to be in good shape (should be pulling it back to my place in the next couple day's but I have never seen it). The last 10 years it has not been on the road but was used many times a year. Deal is he has a year round membership at a campground. He calls them and they move it from a storage lot to a camping space. So I need to go put some tires on it but otherwise good shape. Well Here is one VERY simular to this one on Ebay. NOW this guy keeps relisting this thing and I found a Ad on a Airstream website for this camper and last go around it hit $10.3k and he wants $10.5k http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2159533061 The one my wife inherited is the same size but a little different iinterrior and 1 model lower ( smaller bathroom and different fridge and depends on outside water for the internal systems to work so I will need to install a tank and pump but no big deal). Sleeps three but I have read how to easily make it sleep 4. So that's our new 42-43 year old camper.