CANADA - 1986 - Bigfoot 19 (20?) - $5800 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 04-11-2012, 01:42 PM   #1
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CANADA - 1986 - Bigfoot 19 (20?) - $5800

Two in one day! I have included five pictures because I have never seen one with a microwave nook instead of an oven, brilliant! This one has bunks instead of the rear couch.

1986 BigFoot 20Feet Fiberglass Travel trailer

1986 BigFoot 20Feet Fiberglass Travel Trailer $5800obo

Full fiberglass Very easy to tow GVW 3240lbs Tandum trailer. 2 bunks in back dinette goes down into double bed. Has toilet shower and sink in bathroom, also has outside shower,hot water tank propane furnace stove and fridge runs off battery, propane, or 120v.Carbon Monoxide detector, Microwave oven ,roof top a/c works great on hot days. Fresh water tank grey and waste tanks with level indicators. Lots of cupboards and storage space. Also has awning and spare tire. Email or call 770-9304
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Old 04-11-2012, 04:45 PM   #2
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The microwave instead of oven is what is on my Bigfoot 21 as well. (Convertde by a previous owner). We love it - you can have a decent-sized microwave and we have NEVER once used the conventional oven in either of our two previous trailers that were so equipped
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The microwave instead of oven is what is on my Bigfoot 21 as well. (Convertde by a previous owner). We love it - you can have a decent-sized microwave and we have NEVER once used the conventional oven in either of our two previous trailers that were so equipped
I know I will be stepping on toes here, but when camping, I have never been inspired to bake a cake. But, there is nothing better than bean bags for the kids, and wife, (actually rice with cinnamon) microwaved for two minuites, in the bed when it is cold.
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I have a Bigfoot 19 for sale it is a gaucho model 1985. Bigfoot only made two models a Gaucho and a Bunk. It is a Model 19 they did not make a 20ft. I have seen model years 85,86 and 90.
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