1973 Hunter Compact II 13 foot project.
Improvements already made:
- stripped the frame and the axle
and primed and painted them.
- gutted the interior and cleaned the fiberglass.
- replaced the plywood subfloor with 4 x 10' plywood with multiple coats of polyurethane on the bottom for waterproofing.
- repaired and cleaned all the windows
- rebuilt the door.
- rewired the trailer traveling lights
, with a new junction box for all wiring.
- repaired two minor cracks in the fiberglass.
- sanded the entire exterior, primed it with Interlux Pre-Kote and painted it with two coats of Interlux Brightside Polyurethane Topside paint
- built the faces for the side cabinetry, using solid birch lumber. I planned to replace all the wood walls, drawer faces and cabinet doors with birch plywood, which will look beautiful when completed.
- high ground clearance for off-roading but low profile for low wind resistance.
- pop-up fiberglass roof for plenty of headroom inside.
- lots of windows
- potable water holding tank
- three burner propane
- ice box
- bathroom with built in rv toilet with black water tank.
- lot of cabinet and drawer space.
- dinette becomes a queen size bed, much larger than similar 13' trailers.
I have around $2,000 into this trailer so I am selling it at my cost, with no charge for the hours of labor I have put into it. My wife got tired of waiting so she bought me a new Scamp
16 foot for my upcoming 65th B'day. Now I don't have time to finish the Compact. This will be an awesome trailer when it is completed.
This will be a great project for someone who is handy and wants a great lightweight (probably around 1,200 lbs when done) small, self-contained fiberglass trailer. If I don't sell it, I'll eventually finish it myself but I'd rather put my time into going "Scamping."
$2,000 OBO. E-mail me or call me at 916-541-4816.