WY 1992 17' Bigfoot B17G - Fiberglass RV


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Old 10-09-2015, 02:59 PM   #1
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1992 17' Bigfoot B17G

17' gaucho fiberglass trailer by Bigfoot in good condition. Dinette and sofa fold out into beds. Top bunk possible but realistically used for storage. The layout is quite spacious and well utilized for such a small trailer. It was water damaged when we got it so we stripped it down to the shell, put new lighting on the entire outside (except the brake lights), resealed all the windows and exterior vents, fans, etc, redid the outside molding, new floors with an insulating sub layer, new brushed nickel hardware (drawer pulls, door handles, and hinges), new electrical outlets with built-in USB ports and matching nickel covers, had to replace the door mirror (the original one was broken and the previous owners put another one right over top of the broken one), painted the walls, ceiling, and cabinets white, painted the interior window sills charcoal grey, and put up a fold away coat rack and a key rack in the same brushed nickel as the hardware.

Features

3 burner stove w/ oven
Hood fan with systems monitor (tank levels)
Upgraded 3 way Fridge with separate freezer
Air Conditioning/Heater
2 Propane Tanks
Lots of storage
Wet Bathroom w/shower & sink
Spare tire
8 gallon black tank, 20 gallon gray tank, 6 gallon gas hot water heater
Specs

Dry Weight: 1870 lbs
GVWR: 2884 lbs
Tongue Wt: 230 lbs'
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Drawer pulls
Door handles
Hinges
Outlets w/ USB ports
Fold away coat and key racks
Bathroom door mirror
Scratch resistant interior semi-gloss white paint
Tongue and groove flooring w/ insulating sublayer
Still On (Our) To Do List

Poli Glow Outside
A few interior surfaces need spackled, sanded, and painted
Redoing the back to one side of the dining table
Install some trim
Replace non-working electric tongue jack
Tape the awning
Reupholster the cushions
New blinds and curtains
Paint counters and table top
Paint stove hood
We're going to continue with the remodel but are willing to sell at any time now that we've moved out. Two of us have lived in it full time for the past year after doing the remodel. It's 80% complete at this point. Same year and models without any updates or renovations have been selling for anywhere from $12-14 grand. Asking $15,000 but willing to listen to reasonable offers. Will include interior photos this evening and more are available upon request.



Dustin

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Old 10-09-2015, 04:50 PM   #2
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Looks great! Well done!
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Old 10-09-2015, 05:13 PM   #3
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Looks great! Well done!
Thanks! We put a lot into it. Really do love this thing. Just ready for an upgrade which really just means a new project.
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You didn't mention if was a standard 1500 or a 2500 series with the all seasons kit, dual pane windows, extra insulation, tank heaters etc.
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You didn't mention if was a standard 1500 or a 2500 series with the all seasons kit, dual pane windows, extra insulation, tank heaters etc.
I believe it's a 1500. No winter package, single pane windows, we redid all the insulation with 1" foam with heat reflective coatings on each side and fiberglass insulation and spray foam to fill the gaps, and no tank heaters.

We did, however, live in it all winter long in Jackson, Wyoming, where we got +300" of snow and it got as cold as -45 with no issue. The only thing we used was a hardware store space heater and covered the windows with clear heat shrink.
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A '92 could only be a 1500. The 2500 series came along much later. Around 2006 or 2007 I think and replaced the 1500.

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A '92 could only be a 1500. The 2500 series came along much later. Around 2006 or 2007 I think and replaced the 1500.

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Thanks Walt! That's what I thought but didn't want to give misinformation. They didn't offer tank heaters in '92 either, I didn't think, just insulated lines and tanks, right?
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Sorry Dustin. I don't know that kind of detail.

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Sorry Dustin. I don't know that kind of detail.

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No worries! Thanks again for the previous insight.
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