Rare wisp "boler type" call verified. 750.00 Phx. Az. - Fiberglass RV

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Old 11-11-2009, 06:50 PM   #1
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Very rare wisp, Phoenix Arizona called owner and verified its still for sale on 11/11/2009 3pm, he has original paper work as a Texas trailer. But has no title.
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10' Fiberglass Trailer - $750 (67th ave/ Camelback)
Date: 2009-11-09, 12:47PM MST

1979 Wisp trailer, JUST SHELL--NO APPLIANCES the bench seats are also a double bed, there is an out let to plug in 110 but other than that it is bare inside. All turn singnal/brake lights work, tires are good, very light weight, towed from Houston with a S-10 blazer. I have all bill-of-sale paperwork from 79 until now, but will have to file for lost title. Moving soon so it's gotta go! 360-510-4399
  • Location: 67th ave/ Camelback
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Old 11-11-2009, 06:58 PM   #2
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A Wsip... cool we've only talked about that brand here on FiberglassRV a couple of times (that I can remember in 6+ years), here's one fun topic about the Wisp: Mystery Trailer, Time for Another One

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Old 11-13-2009, 11:02 AM   #3
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Thought I'd add the other two pics for posterity.

I love the back window - I wonder if it stays closed tightly due to the curvature of the shell back there? (Maybe the shell is not as curved as an original Boler.)

Looks like the seam is glassed over (instead of lips/belly-band) like a Trail-Mite.

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I guess we're looking at what would have been the kitchen?

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Old 11-14-2009, 04:03 PM   #4
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After looking at those photos a bit more, and also looking up at the top of my Boler, I realize that the shape of the back end on the Wisp has been changed. The "rib" that makes a Boler not a flat-top has been carried all the way to the rear (it dies out in the roof on a Boler) and the back end is flatter. That probably explains how such a back window can be fitted and still work properly.
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