This 1986 Scamp
19' has been remodeled in the last year. The remodel is 95% complete. All original cabinets and appliances were removed, the interior was cleaned out and painted, and everything was built back up from an empty shell. The camper has 100% new electrical
and plumbing, high quality oak faced wood cabinets, and laminate counter tops. The trailer lights/brake wiring harness is completely new with new LED tail lights
. The only thing left from the original is the stove as it was still practically new. My wife mentioned this is one of the better stoves she used, the oven cooks very evenly, so we decided to powder coat the stove top and re-install it in the remodel.
also has a custom built bumper pull hitch adapter that is attached to the original 5th wheel hitch. This hitch adapter can be removed if you want to go back to 5th wheel mode, and I am including the original 5th wheel hitch for the bed of your pickup. As it is now you can pull this camper from the normal tow hitch on a light
truck like a Tacoma with no problem. The camper weight
is about 2400 pounds.
The rear dinette area has a new table and new Denim cushion covers. The camper has new curtains all the way, and new Alure wood laminate flooring on the floors and under the bed. The sink, faucet and plumbing is all high quality like you would find in a house, not cheap R/V stuff. The sink faucet is the kind with an extension on the faucet head, and you can put the faucet out of the side window and use it as an outdoor shower. There is a 20 gallon fresh water tank, 12v water pump, and the stock grey water holding tank. There is an "EZ101" propane
tankless on demand hot water system which works very well and gives you unlimited hot water.
is a 6 cubic foot model with separate freezer. It is a normal 110v plug-in model, so it doesn't run when you are not plugged into power. However the lower drawer in the fridge
is perfect for holding ice, so we load it with ice and use it as a cooler when we are traveling between plug-ins.
The front bed has a new high quality queen sized 6 inch memory foam mattress. The camper also has a Coleman roof mount A/C unit that will freeze you out if you like it cold. There is a place I intentionally left empty under the stove that will fit a propane
heater perfectly, but I haven't installed one yet. The tires
are in excellent condition and the trailer's brakes
work great too.
The camper is completely useable now but here is a list of the things that still need to be done to make it 100% complete:
-The cabinets need to be stained or painted.
-The cabinets and flooring needs to be trimmed out (trim is included).
-The sink drain needs to be plumbed into the grey water holding tank, currently it is draining into a bucket under the sink.
-The front area below the bed needs to be finished. This is the area where the bathroom is located in the Deluxe floor plan. You could build a bathroom here and add a black water tank under the trailer. Our plan was to build a simple couch/storage area here, as we preferred not having a bathroom inside the camper. This is probably the area that will require the most work to make the camper complete, but also gives you many options to finish the configuration to meet your needs.
-Where the original cabinets were removed there were holes from the rivets in the walls that have been expertly filled with epoxy and microballon white filler. The filled holes don't quite match the original (slightly faded) gel coat. There are also various imperfections in the exterior that you would expect on a camper of this age, like some minor dis-colorization, marks, fading, and crazing/lines in the gelcoat. From 10 feet away it looks fine, I wasn't going to paint
it, but someone else may choose to paint
the exterior. The shell is 100% water tight with no leaks
-The door is starting to sag on the bottom like many other Scamps this age. It needs to be shored up with the metal bracket that Scamp
sells or replaced all together. Scamp sells a new door for $385.
I am asking $7500 as it is now. This camper is awesome and we are really sad to sell it, after a lot of searching we found the 19' Scamp is the most liveable camper you can pull with a small truck. Having the dedicated queen size bed is what really makes this camper more liveable than smaller models. We have lived in it for 4 months over this winter very comfortably with 2 people and a dog. Now my family has grown by 1 and we are going to live in an R/V for half the year, so we need something bigger. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call/text (307)690-7978.