1992 13' Casita For Sale, $3950 - Fiberglass RV


 
 
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Old 03-15-2009, 08:14 PM   #1
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Too rich for me...

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1992 Casita 13' Travel Trailer, excellent condition, light weight - 245 lb hitch weight, 1600 total weight, completely self-contained, sleeps two. Two burner stove, stainless steel sink, 3-way refrigerator / freezer (12 volt, 110 volt, propane), microwave, air conditioner, 12,000 BTU gas furnace, water heater/6 gal propane, commode/ 13 gal holding tank, shower, lavatory, 13 gal gray water holding tank, 10 gal fresh water tank, city water connection, two 20LB propane tanks with automatic changeover regulator, exterior awning. Consist of two separate electrical systems; 12 volt direct current system and 120 volt system, which consists of a 25' external service cord connection. The 12 volt system is supplied by a battery (included) or the power center converter. This camper is is ready to go with every feature in excellent working order. Casita RV's are well known for their excellent quality, light weight fiberglass shells, and high resale value.
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Old 03-15-2009, 08:38 PM   #2
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To me (and i'm no pro LOL) that trailer looks to be in good shape and at $3950 for a 13' patriot deluxe (with the shower and wet bath) It looks like a pretty good deal..... I paid almost $6000 for a 94'16' casita in good shape
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Nice! I didn't know how they were laid out, but it looks like they have the wider bed (54" or so) and the slightly narrower kitchen/closet.

Good thing Casitas have carpet on the walls, or I would be very tempted! (Not that the carpet is bad; just not my cup of tea).
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[b]3-way refrigerator, microwave, [b]air conditioner, 12,000 BTU gas furnace
in addition to having a full Bathroom? All ready to go?

I'd say that this is a sweet deal, priced right.
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I didn't know how they were laid out...
I consider this version of the Patriot to be a shorter version of the Liberty, (without the King Bed)
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Old 03-15-2009, 11:38 PM   #6
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Although the Liberty (my favorite layout - why do the campers with carpet or rat fur on the walls have all my favorite layouts? ) has the two beds that you can sleep in lengthwise; whereas this one would just be a nice wide (real) double going across.

The beauty of the Liberty for me would be that I could have the two bunks set up all the time and use them as table seats too. (This is very much like the settees and table in many boats; maybe why I like it ).

Otherwise I feel like I'm always choosing between lounging on the bed or sitting bolt upright at the table. On a boat I often stretch out on one of the settees, (bunks); sitting up but leaning on a bulkhead (wall), and with my legs up, -- yet with the table right to hand. A friend/partner can do the same on the other one.

Probably why I like the Compact Jr. so much too!

Yes, this camper looks really great. I'm waaaay to busy this week to even try to buy a camper, so I should be thankful for the carpet.... will keep me from going bananas (no, I'm not even going to think about taking it out...
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