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Old 12-01-2013, 06:42 AM   #71
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Hey floyd, love your Shelley. I've always thought a queen in a 13 was doable with a closet mod; yours is the first I've seen. The way we'd use a 13, I'd take bed size over counter space any day.
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Old 12-01-2013, 09:02 AM   #72
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If you have a Princess in your fiberglass trailer, you don't need a queen.
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Old 12-01-2013, 12:51 PM   #73
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Of course, when extra counter space is needed(seldom) you can use the table.
Or, in case the bed is made up, here is our solution...( that's the stove cover, locked into the drawer.)
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Our 13' Scamp has a 54" bed and has a lot of counter space, but to be fair, it is a Deluxe. I could see using a fold-up shelf between the stove and the couch on a Standard model.
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OK Thanks David, I have never seen one in person and Scamp's website does not show your floor plan. They should because I think is would be a very popular option.
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Old 12-01-2013, 04:13 PM   #74
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They have been making them for quite a while, as mine is a 1990, and the one sold here looks the same, but is quite a bit newer.
SOLD: 1999 Scamp 13ft deluxe $6500
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:33 AM   #75
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2013 Standard Scamp 13 ft

The sales folks at scamp mentioned to me that a 54 inch width was available on the standard scamp instead of the 48 inch, you lose some of the closet space and counter width by the sink/stove area. We naturally chose that option.

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Old 12-02-2013, 08:40 AM   #76
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Here's the new Escape 21 bed. It's a 52x80 front bed. We love it. Very comfortable (and cozy).
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Old 12-23-2013, 03:59 PM   #77
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This is how they put a full size bed in a Scamp Deluxe. They cut into the counter.
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Old 12-23-2013, 04:07 PM   #78
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This is how they put a full size bed in a Scamp Deluxe. They cut into the counter.
That is on the 16 (and sometimes on the 5er)
This is how it's done on the 13(no overhang)...
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Old 12-23-2013, 04:10 PM   #79
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The sales folks at scamp mentioned to me that a 54 inch width was available on the standard scamp instead of the 48 inch, you lose some of the closet space and counter width by the sink/stove area. We naturally chose that option.

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That's 54" instead of 44",and only on the 13 (just to clarify).
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Old 12-23-2013, 04:24 PM   #80
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That is on the 16 (and sometimes on the 5er) This is how it's done on the 13(no overhang)...
They did a real nice job at Scamp. Thanks for the picture. I know there are others that would like to see the difference.

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Old 01-26-2014, 11:00 AM   #81
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I also have the 13' Deluxe with a 54" bed. Mine is a 1992. When I bought it, as some of you recall, I needed an extra space for my grandson to sleep so we remodeled it. I've even had an adult sleep there. Just about everyone on here said don't do the remodel, make him sleep on the floor. (I would never do that). Well I wanted my camper to fit my needs and not worry about resale. I'm very pleased with the remodel and I think it turned out really nice. As you can see, the extra counter can be put back up if needed, and the potty is in the cabinet next to the air conditioner. When it's just me and the pooch, I leave the cushions at home and use it for my tubs of all my junk.
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Old 09-17-2014, 09:17 AM   #82
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We put in a queen in our 13' boler by turning the sleeping arrangement around front-to-back and having a pull-out shelf under the bed that comes out into the hall. That's where your feet go. Pull it out, plop a little mattress on, flip out the bedding and away you go. However, scooting out of the bottom end of the bed right now isn't do-able for us so we just use the bed normally for now.
However, we have a neighbour with an old bus of some sort who put a bed above the table on a hydrolic system!!!! press a button and up it goes, press the button again and down it comes. Simply amazing. There's a thought for somebody to try.
He started with just pullys to pull it up and down but now has it all wired to a remote.
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Old 09-17-2014, 10:21 AM   #83
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We put in a queen in our 13' boler by turning the sleeping arrangement around front-to-back and having a pull-out shelf under the bed that comes out into the hall. That's where your feet go. Pull it out, plop a little mattress on, flip out the bedding and away you go. However, scooting out of the bottom end of the bed right now isn't do-able for us so we just use the bed normally for now.
If you show me yours (pictures?), I'll show you mine. It's a work in progress. Raz

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Old 09-17-2014, 04:46 PM   #84
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Vivian,
Is your pull out shelf just a piece of wood that you slide out from the mattress, with enough left under the mattress to stabilize the shelf? Sleeping longways in our Eggcamper gives us a nice big bed, with my husband just using the dining seat for his feet, and I use a little fold up table with a cushion for my feet....easy to get in & out of bed without crawling over someone. But we are looking for a way to simplify my side instead of the table. Would love to see a pic of your idea if you can post it.
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