This looks like a member's (Jeff Miller) trailer that was for sale
here previously for $2400. It was reported sold by Jeff onApril 4, 2009
Previous threads (with photos):
The camper pictured in the current ad sure looks like that one.
Text of current Craigslist ad (um.. wow):
If you're an unique uindividual who appreciates the elegant style and flare of the vintage fiberglass compact campers, and you truly believe that there is no substitution for the quality and craftsmanship of the past, then you owe it to yourself to check out this beautiful little customized rig, it's a one of a kind classic. This 1972 Compact JR. fiberglass insulated camper is a rare find in general, let alone one in this kind of showroom condition. This camper looks like it has been wrapped in cellophane for the last 37 years, yes it's that beautiful !!! You really have to see this elegant little camper in person in order to appreciate how gorgeous it is. This one turns heads and gets complements wherever we go. This compact rig has been outfitted with a brand new air conditioner, refrigerator
oven, and sink, which are all cleverly integrated into the new, distinctive custom wood work, that sets this beauty apart from all others. This custom compact is set up to sleep 2 adults in style. Other updates include a 110 volt breaker swith box, inverter, all new curtains, new custom cushions were made for the fold down dinette/bed, and a brand new naugahyde boot was recently installed on the campers push up extended roof. The camper weighs in at around 1400lbs, so it can be towed by most cars and smaller trucks. This custom rig offers a lot of cabinet space for storage, and a large fiberglass locking storage box was recently installed on the trailer tongue for even more secure storage space for your valuables. I am also including a new spare tire and wheel with the package. This beautiful rig has always been garaged and pampered since it was new. It you take care of it, this beautiful classic will give you years and years of wonderful camping memories. The price is extremely firm, and sorry, I will not accept any trades.
It's kind of funny how the seller talks about how showroom original it is, when it has all new plywood cabinets, a new top with no windows
, added hatches, and (at least at one time) a roof sag issue (common to CJs).
I like the CJs a lot though, so I'm not dissing the camper itself.
Link to ad: