NH 2007 EggCamper w/Solar & Propane $15,000 - Fiberglass RV


 
 
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Old 05-13-2014, 05:59 AM   #1
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2007 EggCamper w/Solar & Propane $15,000

I'm listing this on Fiberglass RV before anywhere else.
Ready for the road 2007 EggCamper. New tires in 2012.
Extensive mods, together with original equipment, make this camper ideal for on-grid or off-grid camping.

Here's the list:
  • Coffee maker
  • Microwave
  • Norcold refrigerator (12 v compressor type) very efficient.
  • Single lever sink faucet w/ high spout
  • White tongue box and two 11# propane tanks (inside) added to the tongue.
  • Propane Detector
  • Atwood 8012 propane furnace for off-grid, original electric heater when connected to the power pole.
  • Atwood 6-gallon combination electric/propane water heater (with mix valve, provides up to 9 gallons of hot water)
  • Two MaxxFans to replace the original vent/fans, one manual, the other remote controlled.
  • Shelving in both closets and under the sink.
  • One large and one small drawer added.
  • Under bed storage.
  • Insulated A/C vent hatch.
  • New shore power connection
  • Large curb-side hatch for access to under-bed storage.
  • Small street-side hatch.
  • PDI 4045 Converter
  • 150 amp hour Trojan golf cart battery mounted on the tongue
  • Side dinette
  • Permanent full-size bed w/inner spring full mattress and memory foam topper
  • All LED lighting, including exterior running lights
  • Reinforced rear bumper. Keep the spare on the bumper.
  • Roof-mounted 85 watt solar panel w/Morningstar PWM controller and meter
  • 19" combination TV/DVD player w/amplified Sensor antenna.
  • Alure floating flooring (but, still have the original carpets)
  • Nicknack shelves
  • Curtains on windows (but have original venetian blinds)
  • Porch light w/lighted switch
  • Exterior 120 vac outlet
  • 4" PVC tube for the stinky slinky mounted behind the tongue box on tongue.
  • Box awning
  • Tire covers for UV protection
  • Cloth cover for winter.
  • Comes w/Thetford 22 gallon portable waste tank.
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Ron that is exactly what I am looking for. I wish you weren't so far away. If you still have it in a month, I may be able to get to NH. I'm a school teacher and will be able to get away in June.
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Ron,
Are you buying a replacement? I know you did a lot of improvements to the Eggcamper and it shows.
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Jim,
I stole several of the ideas for the mods from your posts. You've been very innovative with all your many campers :-).

I really love the EggCamper, but we've been snowbird camping in FL for the past two years. The first year for six months in the EggCamper, then decided that we needed a larger rig for the second year if we were going to camp for that much time. So, we picked up a used 26 ft. sticky and took it south this past winter.

Now we've decided to put our NH home up for sale and look for another where the winters aren't as severe. Originally, we thought that we'd keep the Egg and use it on shorter trips, and we did that last summer. But now, with selling the house, we really need to let it go. The sticky works ok, but the quality isn't there and it bugs me. So, if I see a larger fiberglass rig, perhaps like a Bigfoot 25 that is within our means, then I'll go there. In the mean time, we're busy getting the house ready for sale and planning the future.

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Thanks Ron,
Hopefully one day you can see my Escape 21, that may help you make a decision. Keep in touch.
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Hi: Ron F... Sorry to hear about your "Egg sit" from the fiberglass camper. We thought you had a great set up in Myrtle Beach St. Pk. I do understand the complexity of arranging an extended Florida stay away from the weather. We picked last winter to try it, but stayed in one RV park the whole time. That's not our thing at the present time.
We're heading to BC to pick up a new 5.0TA, as we sold our 5.0. Got to deliver it on the way west...part of the deal!!! Here are a couple of pic's. of our RV park site and the new 5.0 Tandem Axle waiting for us in BC.
Where ever you "Park" keep your cards straight!!! Alf & Mary Anne
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Thanks Alf. Your new 5er looks lovely. I still see a fiberglass trailer in our future.

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This is such a nice camper. Someone is going to fall in love with it soon!
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Does it have the 5000 btu air conditioner? Bathroom with shower?
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Most Eggcampers come from the factory with the shower and toilet in the front and a 5000 a/c under the dinette, unless it has been replaced with a bigger unit. Most Eggcampers are all electric, but this one has had propane furnace and water heater added, with the solar one can remain "unplugged" for awhile.
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Jim is right. It has a "wet bath," shower/toilet combination at the front of the camper.

The A/C is the original 5000 btu unit. There's not much need for A/C in NH, but I've seen posts where other EggCamper owners have installed a larger unit. I think we may have used this one once.

I guess I should also mention that the EggCamper has 6' 7" headroom and I had no problems towing it with a 2002 and a 2011 Toyota Sienna minivan.
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Ron, just a reminder that I could very well be a buyer in a month. Let us know if you sell it before then. I absolutely love your trailer, especially with propane and solar features added. Exactly what I want. Missouri to New Hampshire would be a long trip to look at it, and would probably buy unless something sticks out.
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a good faith deposit would end the speculation, refundable if not as described.
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thanks for the advice but I will pass on that idea for a variety of reasons
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