First on our list is Oregon-based textile company Pendleton, who teamed up with Airstream and the National Park system to build a limited run of only 100 trailers. The interior features a giant map of Yellowstone National Park in the galley and western themed décor throughout.
Looking to bring the party with you anywhere? This 1970’s Airstream Land Yacht has been made into a fully stocked mobile bar. This party on wheels can be brought to any event, the downside is it’s only available in the U.K.
Legendary Fender Guitars designed this Airstream as a backstage lounge and mobile recording studio. The Fender Airstream travels nationwide to music festivals to record artist interviews and live performances.
Airstreams with Slide Outs
The Airstream travel trailers with Slide Outs were only produced a short time — from 2001- 2009. What makes these trailers unique is they featured a slide out. Models included Safari 28, Classic 30, and Classic 34. Very few were produced as it proved to be very expensive to manufacture.
To celebrate the 125th year anniversary of Victorinox, they partnered with Airstream to create a limited run of 125 trailers. The interior features red and black decor along with Victorinox timepieces, kitchen cutlery, and Swiss Army Knives.
The Eddie Bauer Edition Airstream was designed with the outdoors in mind. While the interior has rugged Sunbrella fabrics, the main feature is the rear hatch opening. This allows you to fit kayaks, bikes, and more in the rear of the trailer.
In 2002 Ralph Lauren and his team transformed and auctioned off four vintage Airstreams to benefit charity. The designs included an Adirondack, Nautical, Western, and Utility/Surplus design.