We're moving from San Jose, California to Rapid City, South Dakota, so we have to sell our beloved 1985 Scamp
Trailer (in San Jose, CA). Sleeps 4 ADULTS. We pull it, loaded to the max, with a Toyota Sienna minivan. $4300 OBO
-Rear Bunk Configuration, can sleep four adults:
bunk beds, reinforced with cast iron pipe so that adults can sleep on them (I have before when both of my children and my husband were hogging the double bed
. I am 5'8").
-Standard double bed that folds into dinette & custom TV shelf when the bed is down. The dinette table's corners have been cut and rounded so that we could slide into the seats more easily.
-Refrigerator: works well on 120v, and I think we used it on 12v when we first got it
-2 burner stove: needs to be installed- the counter space where it was is covered by a piece of tiled plywood, but the gap for the stove is still underneath.
-Closet space window air conditioner with fan: keeps the trailer luxuriously cold in 100 degree heat, plus room for storage above the conditioner.
-Front and back window covers
-Propane tank storage on front hitch
-Two gas can storage on back bumper
-New exterior Interlux brand marine paint
(*escape hatch needs fixing- we've always put a tarp over it when raining/storage).
-New sink & tall faucet. New, leakfree plumbing
(not sure if functioning, wires are disconnected).
-Bearings have been maintained.
-Water storage tank: disconnected hoses but tank still under the bench seat.
-We disconnected the 12v lights
and removed the 12 v. outlet.
-Back tail lights
are rewired, as is all 12v wires towards the battery
. Tail lights
need tightening up, waterproofing, and the marker lights
are uninstalled (but new ones are in the trailer, waiting for installation).
-Hitch wiring and plug: new and functioning properly but needs a new outer sheath...or you can just buy a new wiring harness.
-Axle: in driving condition, tires
don't touch the body, but it will need replacement down the road.
-Frame is in sound condition- could use some paint
-When we bought the trailer, it had a hole over one of the wheel wells, likely because we bought it from someone who lived in the deserts of Southern California, and he drove it over a large rock, but we patched it
with new fiberglass. It did not impact the integrity of the trailer.
-We thouroughly cleaned, repainted, and decorated the interior when we got the trailer in 2007, but since then, it's had work done and a lot of use, so it needs redecorating. It was kept clean, and we kept the cushions covered with plastic bed covers under the sheets.
-Just before we found out we're moving, we were going to put in new curtains, cushion covers, patch up the screw
holes in the closet with some fiberglass patch, paint
the interior, redo the countertop tile, and put in wood cabinet doors. We were in the process of installing all new GFCI 120 volt wiring and 12v wiring and all new lights
, still incomplete.
See attached pics (apologies for the sideways ones).