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Old 07-08-2013, 11:01 PM   #1
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Costs and Installion for stove, sink and faucet

I'm looking at an 1983 13' Scamp...I dying to buy one one,and I'm willing to walk away if it's not the right one.
Long story short, this 82 has had the stove top taken out, the sink and the faucets. How much would you estimate it would cost to buy these item (where?), and have those items re-insalled.
The seller wants $5500 for the Scamp...but I think that is a very high price considering what needs to be done....What's your in-put?

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Old 07-09-2013, 01:08 AM   #2
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Check the Scamp online parts store or Camping world for ball park prices. You should be able to purchase at most RV supply shops.
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Old 07-09-2013, 04:34 AM   #3
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Like your kitchen at home you can spend lots of money. For a basic 2 burner stove I would figure less than $150, and a sink and faucet, about the same. This assumes the gas lines, water lines, pump, waste lines ect. are still useable. The labor cost for installation is probably $100/ hr. If you can find exact replacements it might take 1-2 hours. If you need a counter top.......

Along with the places Carol mentioned Ebay is a good place to get prices.

Without seeing the trailer it's hard to put a price on it but if it needs a kitchen I bet it needs other stuff as well. Also you can buy a new 13' bare bones basic Scamp for around $9 - 10k. Keep that in mind when looking at used. Good hunting, Raz
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:45 AM   #4
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Seems high priced to me, but what do I know... truly.

You could always consider it a hardsided tent until you get all the stuff you need, one piece at a time starting with the most important.
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Old 07-09-2013, 09:30 AM   #5
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Thx, Carol, Raz and Donna!

I agree with you Raz, there probably other things that need attention as well.

I have had the darnest time trying to talk wit someone at the Scamp manufacturing plant...is the only way to communicate through leaving a message on their site? Doesn't anyone answer the phone? Oh wait, I haven't been able to find a phone nuber on theri site.

I am interested in perhaps a new one, but....

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Top right hand corner of the home page: Scamp Trailers: Small Lightweight Campers, Easily Towable - Scamp Trailers
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That's the toll-free phone number. There's also the Contact Us page, with alternative contact numbers and information. They apparently still have fax...

Eveland's (Scamp) is infamous for not responding by e-mail, and I have no idea if they respond to web form messages; I suggest sticking with the phone approach.
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