1988 16' Scamp - Fiberglass RV

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Old 04-20-2010, 06:32 AM   #1
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This Travel Trailer is ready to go! The table/seating area has been converted into a permanent bed with custom mattress. The dorm refrigerator is brand new. The unit has a microwave oven and sink. The gas stove has been taken out of service, as has the gas heater (both are in tact, just not hooked up). The toilet is a port-a-potty as the unit has no holding tanks other than a fresh water tank. The 12 volt deep cycle battery was purchased in 2009. A battery charger is included and charges the battery when the unit is plugged in to 110V. The charger is stored under the front bench seat. The floor A/C unit was new in 2008 and has been used sparingly. The tongue was replaced in 2008. A crack had formed on the original tongue, along the front of the unit, just outside of the trailer shell. We had a much heavier tongue assembly wielded to the trailer frame, and the original tongue removed. All of the lights work, accept for two running lights along the right side of the unit. The tires are heavy trailer tires, and were purchased in August 2009. The spare is in excellent condition. The unit comes with a tongue jack, four leveling jacks (manual) and a set of wheel chocks, as well as a thirty amp adapter for the 110 electric. The interior has 12v lights and fan. The unit has a manual crank roof vent/skylight. The roof and the unit are watertight. There is a bench seat along the front of the unit. There is no Shower.

This light-weight unit tows very well. We use this unit as a "rolling bed" when we do Art Shows (we are artist). My wife and I live in this unit on the road for up to two weeks at a clip. It is comfortable and functional. We have taken the heater and stove out of commission, as we use this in Florida, and have no need for the heat (but we do need the counter top, so we have installed a stove top cover) and all of our cooking is in the microwave. We have the wheel bearings packed annually. When we started doing art shows (in 2000) we had a 13' Scamp. We moved up to this 16' unit in 2008. It has been a great unit for us, and we really loved "camping" in it. We are in the process of purchasing a larger unit, with a shower. The unit is completely functional, and ready to go. If it were not for the fact that we have to have a shower, we would continue to use this Scamp. It has been very very good to us.

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