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Old 07-26-2014, 11:28 AM   #1
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F/S 89 Bigfoot B17G 17 ft Fibreglass Trailer

Selling our lovely 89 B17G Bigfoot 17 Ft Fibbreglass trailer, Deluxe Model.Excellant condition, non smoking /no pet unit, with numerous features not found on the standard model:
-Air Conditioner
-4 pce bath with shower
-Roof rack with ladder
-4 burner gas stove with oven and
power range hood
-3-way fridge and freezer
-Electric tongue jack with hitch light
-Hot water heater
-Self storing awning,new fabric

STANDARD FEATURES:
-Tires F78X14 ST like new, nitrogen filled,
white spoked wheels
-Matching spare tire, on tire rack with cover
-Rear bumper has 2" receiver for bike rack
or platform for "toys"
-10Ft ADD-a-ROOM W/SCREENING
-Rear Gaucho
-O/head bunk or storage cupboard
-Sleeps 4-5 with gaucho,bunk and dinette
-Forced air furnace
-Hot water heater
-2x20 Lb propane tanks
-HD Deep Cycle battery
-Fibreglass propane and Battery cover.
-Roomy closet
-Loads of cupboard /drawer storage space
-Self-sufficient,runs on hydro,battery or propane
-City water hookup or onboard tank/12 volt pump
-Black water and Gray water holding tanks

Easy to tow, V6 friendly.Wt. 1875 Lbs Dry/Standrd equipment
Located Peterborough, Ontario Canada 705 652-7872
Asking $8500

Had Photo upload probs,see them on Kijiji Ad #1006909567
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Old 07-26-2014, 11:59 AM   #2
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take a "free" trip....

out here on the left coast...that trailer, with the add-ons, would probably/easily sell for 11,000+.....10,000 on a bad day (the AC would not be a big draw)

JMO of course....good luck with the sale
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Old 07-26-2014, 12:04 PM   #3
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My dry weight is 700 lbs more?
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Old 07-26-2014, 07:28 PM   #4
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What's the quickest way to get this trailer out there ???!!!
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Old 07-26-2014, 08:55 PM   #5
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Direct link for those of you who don't want to dig and dig (and dig) for it.

1989 Bigfoot 17 ft Fibreglass Travel Trailer | travel trailers, campers | Peterborough | Kijiji
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Old 07-26-2014, 11:09 PM   #6
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hook it up and DRIVE......



I had to double check my statement/estimate.....so I went to craiglist Vancouver.....and found three examples.....sorta confirms what I said IF you're unit is as good as you say it is......check 'em out.....

1993 Bigfoot Travel Trailer ( 17.5 ft )


2003 Bigfoot 1500 Series (17.5 ft travel trailer)


17' Bigfoot trailer 1984

again, good luck to ya...
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Old 07-27-2014, 10:19 AM   #7
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Looks like a whole different market out there for Bigfoot units.Thanks for your input.
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Old 07-27-2014, 10:40 AM   #8
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yep seems like it....

on craiglist those three were the ONLY three BTW....and "Vancouver" is a pretty big place... on Kijiji there were a couple of real old/tired ones and that was it.....lots and lots of BF campers and there are some great deals to be had on some BF fifthwheels (nobody seems to want those....same as with all fifthwheels these days it seems)

so looks to me there is an opportunity here....too bad I didn't see it a year ago....and that would be to buy a BF back east and haul it back across the country....it would pay for the gas if one was into taking a cross canada trip...and I just happen to visit eastern canada every few years (family visit)

there would also be the issue of getting the TV from west to east.....hummm... there's no "free lunch" is there?
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My dry weight is 700 lbs more?
Mike, I remember there was a thread that discussed what year the weight changed on the Bigfoot 17' or 17.5'. I made a mental note of it in case I ever wanted to get into a bigger trailer.

Might have been this thread: Bigfoot 17' model history
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Buying from a private owner, any ideas on what paperwork I would need to bring it back into the USA as a new owner?
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Import from Canada to the US ...

BTW, we've got a couple of hounds too.

Forgot to mention that you will need a passport or equivalent to cross the border yourself.
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Roy you are too good with all the furnished information. I feel pretty lazy right now

Thanks again.
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What's the quickest way to get this trailer out there ???!!!
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It already made it to Greg's site, there is not much more you will need to do. Believe me, it's out there now.
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Selling our lovely 89 B17G Bigfoot 17 Ft Fibbreglass trailer, Deluxe Model.
Easy to tow, V6 friendly.Wt. 1875 Lbs Dry/Standrd equipment
Located Peterborough, Ontario Canada 705 652-7872
Asking $8500
Looks good.

Note, 12 years ago we bought our Airstream from folks in Peterborough.
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