1964 roy a lite 16 ft fiberglass - one of a kind! - Fiberglass RV


 
 
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Old 12-02-2008, 08:04 PM   #1
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exterior original, aqua fiberglass is in excellant condition, tandom wheels with spare, interior nicely re-done, bath with original on-demand hot water heater, new 15 amp wiring, etc. sleeps 4. can also be used as a house boat. plumbing ,gas all there. needs to be hooked up. clean appliances, furnace, new 15 gallon grey water holding tank, new gate valves. weight is 750 lbs, nice and clean! you won't find another one! $5,000 call 269-664-6376 thanks, betty jo also, possible delivery. i can e-mail you pictures
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Old 12-03-2008, 08:32 PM   #2
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exterior original, aqua fiberglass is in excellant condition, tandom wheels with spare, interior nicely re-done, bath with original on-demand hot water heater, new 15 amp wiring, etc. sleeps 4. can also be used as a house boat. plumbing ,gas all there. needs to be hooked up. clean appliances, furnace, new 15 gallon grey water holding tank, new gate valves. weight is 750 lbs, nice and clean! you won't find another one! $5,000 call 269-664-6376 thanks, betty jo also, possible delivery. i can e-mail you pictures
I would be interested in seeing the pics.
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Old 12-05-2008, 10:12 AM   #3
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exterior original, aqua fiberglass is in excellant condition, tandom wheels with spare, interior nicely re-done, bath with original on-demand hot water heater, new 15 amp wiring, etc. sleeps 4. can also be used as a house boat. plumbing ,gas all there. needs to be hooked up. clean appliances, furnace, new 15 gallon grey water holding tank, new gate valves. weight is 750 lbs, nice and clean! you won't find another one! $5,000 call 269-664-6376 thanks, betty jo also, possible delivery. i can e-mail you pictures
I would like to see some pictures. Where is the trailer located?
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Old 12-05-2008, 01:29 PM   #4
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Isn't this the same one we saw here before:

Roy A Lite - $3500

Neat looking trailer, judging by the photos. Looks like the wheels are teeny tiny!
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Old 12-05-2008, 03:22 PM   #5
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I would like to see some pictures. Where is the trailer located?
hi nancy, i would need your e-mail address to mail pictures. i am having difficulty putting the pictures on this website because of their size, i am thinking. the trailer is located in martin michigan, zip code 49344 you may also call me at 269-664-6376. thanks, betty jo
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Old 12-05-2008, 03:28 PM   #6
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Isn't this the same one we saw here before:

Roy A Lite - $3500

Neat looking trailer, judging by the photos. Looks like the wheels are teeny tiny!
hi jake, i have never used this website before, i was recommended it thru a member. the tires are 8". thanks for your e-mail. betty jo
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Old 12-05-2008, 03:34 PM   #7
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hi roger, i will e-mail them to your e-mail. thanks for your interest, betty jo
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Old 12-05-2008, 04:43 PM   #8
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As a boaty sort, I'm curious about this trailer. Since it needs to be put on a pontoon type frame to be used as a boat, how does it differ from another fiberglass egg put on a pontoon frame (like, say, if one put a Scamp on one)?

Does the running gear come off? Are there special gaskets for things low on the trailer? Or does it count on being held out of the water by a "raft" of sorts?

I should say that I'm not in the market for this trailer; I'm asking from the standpoint of being interested in boats, and in how things work, just by nature.

Raya
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hi jake, i have never used this website before, i was recommended it thru a member. the tires are 8". thanks for your e-mail. betty jo
Hi Betty -

The link provided is to your earlier Craigslist ad, seeing as the phone numbers are the same.
Looks like a very cute trailer - could you possibly upload some photos to this thread?

Best of luck on the sale!
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Old 12-06-2008, 07:56 AM   #10
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Hi,
"The Trillium KIng" here in Michigan referred this 'Ultra-Rare...Beauty" to you guys since I am only 2 hours from her. This is a MUST-Own fiberglass trailer. Even though Betty Jo had it listed on Ebay and the auction ended, you can still access the auction and attached pictures. Ignore the price on ebay, the $3,500 she is asking is a STEAL!!!!!!!!!!!
Go to www.ebay.com Then punch in item number 19026592221
CHECK-IT-OUT

Dave in Michigan
(7 degrees with blistering winds and snow this morning)
"The Trillium King"
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Old 12-06-2008, 09:43 AM   #11
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Hi Betty -

The link provided is to your earlier Craigslist ad, seeing as the phone numbers are the same.
Looks like a very cute trailer - could you possibly upload some photos to this thread?

Best of luck on the sale!
hi jake, you will have to send me your e-mail address for photos, did not have luck posting them on this web-site. thanks, betty jo
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Old 12-06-2008, 10:52 AM   #12
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As a boaty sort, I'm curious about this trailer. Since it needs to be put on a pontoon type frame to be used as a boat, how does it differ from another fiberglass egg put on a pontoon frame (like, say, if one put a Scamp on one)?

Does the running gear come off? Are there special gaskets for things low on the trailer? Or does it count on being held out of the water by a "raft" of sorts?

I should say that I'm not in the market for this trailer; I'm asking from the standpoint of being interested in boats, and in how things work, just by nature.

Raya
hi raya, this is the first fiberglass rv i have owned. it is a two-piece fiberglass unit, top and bottom are the same joined together in the middle. i was told it may be an old marine boat heat tempered at a certain degree. it is water tight and air tight. you would have to put a splash guard around the heat vent and put it on either a pontoon frame or a frame of its own. all electrical is inside. the axle is easily removable. your propane tanks would remain intact and the grey water holding tank, also clean water holding tank. i hope i answered your questions. you may call me at 269-664-6376 thank-you, betty jo if you want photos, i need your e-mail address, cannot upload them on this site, due to photo size
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Old 12-06-2008, 05:03 PM   #13
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I can't resist this any longer, My Burro could be a houseboat too - for about 38 seconds.
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C'mon, Pete... you know that brick fireplace would turtle your Burro!

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