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Old 05-20-2012, 02:29 PM   #1
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Much Nicer than a Scamp M/H

Those that were salivating over the recently posted Scamp molded fiberglass Mini Motorhome might want to take a peek at my posting on eBay for my Toyota Sunrader Adventure-II Motorhome. It's much nicer, gets better economy, is more reliable than a Dodge chassis, pop-ups for plenty of head room and is ready-to-go camping. Just add food and go..... Take a peek here:

Toyota Sunrader Adventure-II MiniMotorhome w/Pop-Up Top - Ready To Tour Toyota Sunrader Adventure-II MiniMotorhome w/Pop-Up Top - Ready To Tour | eBay


Thanks for looking.....
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Old 05-20-2012, 03:47 PM   #2
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Stay out of this forum... you Scamp slammer !!
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Old 05-20-2012, 03:59 PM   #3
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Slammer ??? NOT!

Hmmmm...
I guess someone didn't read my profile very carefully.
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Old 05-20-2012, 04:24 PM   #4
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Bob, they also made about nine Scamp M/Hs on Ranger chassis'.
Is that Sunrader powered by a 22R 4CYL? Stick or auto?
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My Sunrader Adventure is one of less than 50 that were built between 1986 & 1988 and it was the only one built as a 1989 model. It is a 4 cylinder, 22RE, automatic and gets 16-19 MPG. Lots of pics on the link.
BTW: Didn't know about the Ranger versions, but I would still take a Toyota chassis over any U.S. chassis for those years. After 2000 is different, but not for the 80's
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Bob.. I hope you know I was just kiddn... neat camper though
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What is your asking price for this Bob?
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My Sunrader Adventure is one of less than 50 that were built between 1986 & 1988 and it was the only one built as a 1989 model. It is a 4 cylinder, 22RE, automatic and gets 16-19 MPG. Lots of pics on the link.
BTW: Didn't know about the Ranger versions, but I would still take a Toyota chassis over any U.S. chassis for those years. After 2000 is different, but not for the 80's
Both used that same rear wheel set-up... I would immediately have switched to a single wheel on a 9".
I had the pleasure of driving the Ford Scamp MH. It was a V6 stick shift. The layout was well thought out, solid and comfy. I only had two disappointments.. The shape was unscamplike (picture a small 5er on a truck)and...
I didn't have a place to store it at the time or it would have been refitted with all kinds of custom work including paint, refreshed interior, and a 5.0L /5speed
As for the chassis?? Well let's just say they each have a proven track record and opinions vary.
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RE: Price... It's up for auction on eBay, current price is about $6000. Please write me off line for additional information. advocate1@earthlink.net
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I love it. If only I had the extra cash. One could even tow their egg with it.
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Changes... For those that notice those things, my Sunrader Adventure is now missing from my sig line. After listing on Ebay, and getting about a zillion hits, I cancelled the auction with 5 hours to go and sold my Sunrader to a lady in the S.F. Bay area for what may well be a record price for a 4 cylinder toyhome. Now what to do with all this money??? I am open to a Amerigo project if anyone knows of one.
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