Here for your consideration is a SCAMP
fiberglass camp trailer from the late 70S. Can be pulled by most import cars as it only weighs in around 800 lbs. sleeps two to four. Built in cabinets, lighting
, propane furnace
and stove, table and bed.
this unit has been gone through from top to bottom and all hinges, moldings, floor covering, spare tire, battery
, and propane
tank, have been replaced. Unit has been painted on outside with brightside paint
, and a rubberized chip guard has been painted on the lower front of unit. front and rear windows
have been replaced as well as their moldings. All windows
have been rebuilt and resealed including individual glass seals. features crank out windows
on both sides of dining area as well as over stove and in door. Entry door has been straightened to seal properly. also features furnace
, stabilizer jacks, closet, spare tire carrier and cover. Installed new fantastic fan and built and installed an awning
system that takes about ten min to set up. new led clr, marker, and tail/brake lights
installed. has about a 16 gal on board water tank with water running to sink. storage under all bunks/seats/closet. has really been cleaned up with new curtians and rods that do not require holes for rivets to the outside. there is also a breatheable cover for the whole trailer when it is in storage for the winter.
wife and I ran a couple of flyball dogs and used this many times to camp at the contests but the dogs have since retired and we find we are not using this much anymore. much more info available at fiberglass rvs under scamp
. these are still being made but cost about three times as much as I am asking. well worth taking a look at.....unit is 13 ft long rear bumper to ball hitch.. asking $5200 have pictures but can not find how to load them.. can email...