2003 16' Scamp
Travel Trailer and 2000 Dodge Caravan Tow vehicle.
Asking: $10,000 for the Scamp
$9,800 for the Caravan.
$19,500 for Both.
Located near Seattle Washington.
Impeccably maintained. Great Rig for travel. See the Photos at:
I hate to part with it, but I can't pull both the Scamp
and my Horse Trailer to events. I'm selling the Scamp and the Caravan and changing vehicles to a Truck and Camper.
Blue book value on the van is $9800 and that’s what I’m asking. The Van is set up with a top of the line Prodigy Brake Controller, hitch, and Transmission Cooler. Maintained at factory scheduled intervals and ran with synthetic blend oil. Only 49K miles.
A Scamp with this setup sells for over $13,000 new. This one is 3 years old and like new for $10,000.
The two together is a great rig that will take you to the ocean or over the mountains in comfort! We’ve taken it to both places and really enjoyed the convenience and great gas mileage of this rig.
Details on the Scamp:
Standard Floor plan with Side bathroom
Front Couch converts to bunks
Shower and toilet
6 Gallon Propane
Mounted Stabilizer Jacks
26 Gal Grey water tank
3 Speed Fantastic Fan
Roof Air conditioner
Receiver Hitch on Rear
2 Burner Stove
6.0 Cubic foot Refrigerator/Freezer. Three Way 12V-110V-Propane.
12,000 BTU w/thermostat
Spare Tire and Wheel Cover
110V and 12V interior lights
20 AMP Power Converter with Charger
Water Tank – 12 Gal.
Bearings Packed yearly. Stored under cover and heated in the winter. No Damp or Mustiness! Non-Smokeing. Owned by a compulsively clean person and perfectly maintained.
Details on the Caravan:
2000 Dodge Caravan Minivan
V6 3.3L Flex Fuel Engine
Dual Front Air Bags
Second Sliding Door
Power Door Locks
Power Sliding Doors
Tilt Wheel AM/FM Stereo Cassette
Premium Sound Single Compact Disc
Quad Seating - 7 Passengers
Premium Wheels with good tires
Gas Mileage pulling the loaded Scamp is about 17 MPG. A fun statistic to tell your friends with the big rigs!
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