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View Poll Results: Build your Scamp
Signal axle trailer 16 6.11%
Dual axle trailer 13 4.96%
5' wide bed 10 3.82%
6' wide bed 14 5.34%
7' wide bed 5 1.91%
2 burner stove 17 6.49%
3 burner stove 10 3.82%
Oven 7 2.67%
Microwave 15 5.73%
Awning 26 9.92%
Shower/toilet 26 9.92%
Ice box 2 0.76%
3 Way Refrigerator 30 11.45%
Spair tire in back of the trailer 20 7.63%
Spair tire infront of the trailer 1 0.38%
Spair tire under the trailer 8 3.05%
Built in retractable door step 16 6.11%
Square tail lights 4 1.53%
Round tail lights 10 3.82%
Rectangle tail lights 12 4.58%
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Old 04-02-2009, 08:31 PM   #15
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I'm in, but I think I just built the 19' Escape....
I morphed my Fiber Stream into an imaginary 16' Escape, California Edition.

I still want to take advantage of the cheap $2 per year [b]PTI license plates.
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Old 04-02-2009, 10:58 PM   #16
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Trailer: Trail Mite
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I am sure I missed something that people would like.
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Hmmm, In no particular order:

External cargo hatches to access the rear under-the-bench areas.

Fantastic Fan 3-speed with reverse.

Black-out window shades (reflective material to the outside).

Enclosed tongue box for the propane tank, battery and some storage.

Screen Door

Scissor-jacks on all four corners, hand crank (or cordless drill).

Reinforced "security locker" for those times when the lap-top, cameras, spotting scope & other valuables need to be left behind.

12V FM radio / stereo with IPod dock.

Corian counter-top

In-line water filter

Well thought out cabinets and drawers that use all of the precious cubic space available, with cubbys designed hold all the pots and pans, plates, bowls, utensils, etc. Under counter shelves built on drawer slides so that items at the back can be accessed.

So far I've managed to add most of these to our beloved Trail Mite and plan to do the rest in the future. Most of these would be great options to be able to factory order on a brand new egg.


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Old 04-03-2009, 12:21 AM   #17
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Trailer: 2005 19 ft Scamp 19 ft 5th Wheel
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Somehow I think my ideal Scamp would be an empty shell. I'd probably wind up replacing everything inside anyway.
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Old 04-03-2009, 12:51 AM   #18
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Trailer: 1974 Boler 13 ft (Neonex/Winnipeg)
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For the basics, I'd like the settee/bed layout of the Casita Liberty (although the trailer would not have to be that long), and Ensolite (or other non-fuzzy or carpety) walls.

And the Boler taillights

While there is just room for this layout in a Boler 13 (with a front kitchen), the door placement prevents it as the passenger-side bed could only be about 5-1/2' long.


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