Wanted! Mid to Late 90's Casita 16-17 ft trailer - Fiberglass RV


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Old 06-08-2010, 04:46 PM   #1
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My wife and I are in the market for a Casita travel trailer w/full bath, either a 16 ft or 17 ft mid to late 90's in clean ready to go condition with no major projects, have cash on hand for right deal. Located in Lincoln, in Sacramento Valley California area, will travel a few hrs if necessary to view. Dave
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Old 08-18-2010, 12:51 PM   #2
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Found one!! Got a 17 ft SD 06. Thanks.
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Old 11-05-2010, 10:47 AM   #3
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My wife and I are in the market for a Casita travel trailer w/full bath, either a 16 ft or 17 ft mid to late 90's in clean ready to go condition with no major projects, have cash on hand for right deal. Located in Lincoln, in Sacramento Valley California area, will travel a few hrs if necessary to view. Dave
My wife and I just moved to a sub-division which does not allow RV's to be parked anywhere. We cannot find a place to keep it so we have decided to sell our egg. We have a 1994 Spirit Deluxe Casita with side dinette, shower, fridge, AC, awning (although we have never unfurled the awning). The hot water heater wasn't working when we bought it and has been by-passed. I put new brakes and wheel bearings on it last year. The camper is in great shape, tows effortlessly and has been an absolute joy for us to have adventures in. We live in South East Iowa near Fairfield (52556).

The fridge works great, the AC blows cold, the toilet and sinks work well, the roof vent has a storm cover so rain won't come in even with the vent wide open. The propane stove works well and there is plenty of propane in the tank. All windows, screens, and hatches work well. I replaced the pull out electrical cord with a Marinco marine weatherproof connection so the cord entry is watertight and the cord can be unscrewed and stowed when not in use. There are no leaks, and our egg will keep you warm and dry in the worst of storms. The camper does not have a furnace, but a small ceramic cube heater has always been more than enough to keep us comfortable.
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