I have a 17' 1983 Fiber Stream
fixer-upper. I have had it in my shop for the last 2 years and the renovation has stalled. It's time for it to have a new home.
Here is what I know about it. It has a small bathroom with toilet/sink/shower, and has a galley kitchen with refrigerator/sink/oven. There is a small closet and some storage cabinets. The guy who sold it to me said that the heater works, but the pilot light
won't stay lit. The water pumps work. The refrigerator
runs on electric or propane
. I've repaired some wood damage in the flooring and the frame supporting the refrigerator
. I have the cabinet doors off and have removed wall and ceiling panels. The benches are framed in. There is a collapsing dining table that can be stored in the closet. It has 2 propane
tanks. The tires
and rims are original and in good shape. It can be towed as is.
I also have a bunch of stuff that I purchased for the renovation that will be included with the purchase of the trailer. The items and price I paid are listed below.
Plunger door holder (to keep entry door held open) $8.99
Wood grain vinyl flooring, 30 sq ft. $30.00
White dome roof vent for bathroom, $42.69
Mini dish drain board $7.00
Bumper Mounted spare tire carrier, $34.89
12v RV/Auto solar battery
12"x12" vinyl tiles (7), $3.50
Black dome roof vent with 3 speed reversible fan, $175.00
Trailer Jack foot pad, $22.00
Ultra Stacker leveling jacks, 6,000 lb capacity, $47.89
RV water hose, $9.00
Replacement towing light
cord, 7 prong, $12.00
Security Wheel Lock, $40.00
5 single switch 12v interior light
fixtures, $7.29 each
adapter, 30 amp, 125 volt, $14.39
RV vent installation kit, $7.19
Vent seal, $8.89
2 packages of 6 cabinet barrel latches, $5.49 each
You can contact me by email. IdahoOT@hotmail.com
Pictures show it when I first purchased it. Interior does not look like this now, but I want you to see what it was, and how it can look even better once finished.