1984 Wisp - Fiberglass RV


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Old 04-05-2018, 04:11 PM   #1
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1984 Wisp

I have never heard of a Wisp Trailer

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We've seen a few here among the numerous Boler clones. A distinguishing feature of this one is the trolley roof extends all the way to the back. As far as I know, it's the only one with that particular feature.

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made in

jon was that made in 4 parts then?

interesting camper I would go look at it about anything shows up on craigslist!


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Just two, I think, upper and lower. I'm guessing the design of the rear upper shell was their way to make a flat space on the back for a window that opens. This was around the time Scamp and others were trying to figure out the same thing.
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interesting

interesting concepts too bad they couldn't make it. in my home town we had fiberglass boat builders the original went broke another group of investers bought the molds and started reproducing almost the same boats. they went broke too.

we had another here come in started making luxury pontoon boats they did ok for a couple of years they went broke. they rebounded came back doing the same thing but they just couldn't break through.

startup costs are so expensive it just seems hard for a new company to sustain itself for the 5 or 6 years it takes to make a business plan work then at the start all that cash rolling in makes it hard to figure out where it went! you bonuses on top of bonuses!

this is why I admire the fiberglass trailer boy they seem to be satisfied with what they get and don't try to put the stick boys out of business. no one can touch their business. what they have developed I don't think even warren buffett is interested!

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