A few more things about the camper...
1) It has a shower, sink and a hot water heater. The water heater is 110V and must be plugged in to function. There are not currently any fresh or waste tanks. It has a 3/4 Female hose connector for pressurized water supply. A 12v pump and tanks could be added easily. But works like a charm when in a water/electric hook up site.
2) It is a EXTREMELY rare 1973 PlayPac that has been restored, This means that although the trailer was stored under proper cover for many years and was in a great state of preservation, I still replaced the original floor and sub-floor with new marine grade plywood and new composite flooring. The original fabric headliner was replaced by finishing and painting
the raw fiberglass and the closet was adapted into a shower with teak flooring and a drainage that is tied into the kitchen sink drain. Both drains are hooked up to a garden hose connector below trailer and can be drained into a tank on wheels or small bucket. We use bio degradable soap and let it drain on the grass when at home. At RV parks the hose can go into the sewer drain.
3) The 12 volt lighting
is connected to a battery
which currently needs to be replaced. I used a car battery
hooked up to a trickle charger to keep everything running.
4) There is room for a portable chemical toilet in the shower (not included)
5) The original door is still with this trailer, but was removed for a number of years and flattened out a little. It has some gaps I had to add some foam strips to that could be fixed better. It does latch shut and we use a dead bolt out side to lock it when we leave it.
6) The frame and suspension is in remarkable shape. It has new wheel bearings, electric brakes
that still work great and a heavy duty 2" hitch tongue. It's super light
for it's age (around 900 lbs empty) and tows comfortably behind our 4 cyl Subaru wagon.
7) Two of the windows
I have decided to keep permanently shut the front one and 'driver side' side one, because it is so small and ventilation is a non issue. The windows
are aluminum and this insures no water leaking when driving as their is nor 'rock guard' supplied with this model. They can be easily re opened as they are sealed shut with HVAC tape.
8) The stove top is fully functional and just needs a propane
tank hooked up.
9) The interior height is approx 5'10''- 5'9''
10) trailer is 13' end to end. The interior is approx 6'x9'. Total exterior height is around 7.5'
11) This model was never equipped with the PlayPac 'dome' so there is no issues with any roof leaking. Only issue it has is sometimes in extreme hot/cold outside inside we get some condensation on interior ceiling...nothing a small rag can't fix.
12) Shower floor is teak and can be removed for cleaning.
13) Space for a small refrigerator
with plug under stove can be used also for cooler or just extra storage
14) Oh and the awning
is made with a retractable shade for back of SUV trunk...just enough to sit under in a little rain.
We could possibly tow it to as far south as CT. This is only after we get a good faith deposit. We are in Tamworth, NH