Well I must sadly admit that I need to sell or trade my custom 1972 Vintage Compact II ultra light
camp trailer. My Wife told me she needs more room.
I posted the build progress on this forum under the thread name "Hunter Compact II frameless restoration". You can check that out to see my build. I built the trailer for off road capability so it can be towed by any Jeep type vehicle. I pull it behind my 74 Early Bronco with 2000 pound capacity so it works very well.
The build features include:
Vintage Fiberglass 1972 Compact II body.
Upgraded off road 2x3 tube frame.
Full Linex urethane coating on frame.
3500 pound axle
2- 15" jeep wheels with 1 year old tires
2- spare jeep wheels with older tires
Extended 4 foot tongue for better maneuverability.
Off road receiver tongue coupler.
Three way hitch capability: Bulldog Ball, Heavy duty pintle or custom heavy u joint coupling.
Custom 2 wheel dolly on custom tongue jack mount for easy maneuvering.
Full waterproof mahogany laminated floor underlayment with aluminum shield.
Full width and length pergo wood flooring.
All aluminum interior framework replaced deteriorated wood.
Custom aluminum drapery system on all windows
U shaped adaptable seating for up to 8.
Under seat storage.
Sleeping adaptable to Twin, Full, Queen or King bed layout.
Adjustable track lighting
Marine grade nylon screen on pop up.
Stainless fasteners used.
Custom aluminum awning
Insulated panels for pop up in bad weather.
Full rewired for 110 and 12 volt service.
RV 7 wire to tow vehicle.
new trailer tail and marker lights
2000 amp 12 volt to 110 volt inverter.
Upgraded to 4 circut breaker system
50 foot power cable.
Two compartment wheeled cooler.
Large capacity Porta Potty.
4 stabilizer jack stands.
16 gallon water tank and propane
tank system available but not installed.