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Old 06-25-2007, 09:21 PM   #15
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I'm interested in you Scamp and I have a 2004 Little Guy Delux that I'm looking to sell. Interested in a "horse trade"?

I'd love to see your pics of your camper but I'm not seeing them on the board, could you email them to me.

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Dan, Post the photos of your teardrop for all to see.
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Old 06-25-2007, 10:11 PM   #16
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Dan, Post the photos of your teardrop for all to see.
They are back on, (the pictures)... Man what a great looking rig. I thought that I had the best one on the planet. But alas... I have no bathroom. Peace
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Dan, Post the photos of your teardrop for all to see.
I'm off to work this morning, I'll try to get more pics taken and post them this evening.
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Dan, Post the photos of your teardrop for all to see.
Sorry Paul, and to the rest of the folks here, I got home from work and was discussing this whole thing with the wife and I've apparently jumped the gun on this whole thing. We both want to get into a Scamp, but her wisdom has told me that we can't afford to make a "upgrade" at this time. I'd still be happy to get some pics taken and post for folks to see, but I'm not allowed to list it for sale or trade at this time.
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Dan -- It is a wise man who values the counsel of his wife. Sorry it won't work out at this time. Go camping anyway! Paul

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Sorry Paul, and to the rest of the folks here, I got home from work and was discussing this whole thing with the wife and I've apparently jumped the gun on this whole thing. We both want to get into a Scamp, but her wisdom has told me that we can't afford to make a "upgrade" at this time. I'd still be happy to get some pics taken and post for folks to see, but I'm not allowed to list it for sale or trade at this time.
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Old 06-26-2007, 06:52 PM   #20
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By the way, Osmo is now wearing a brand new ST spare tire, mounted and balanced, and a brand new deep cycle battery.
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Old 06-26-2007, 07:31 PM   #21
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Paul,

I gotta tell ya, if I hadn't already bought my 81 Scamp back in February, I'd be on my way to IN to pick up Osmo. That is an awesome looking Scamp and will surely go to someone on this forum.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:01 PM   #22
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I'd still be happy to get some pics taken and post for folks to see, but I'm not allowed to list it for sale or trade at this time.
Yes, Post your Teardrop
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Just another update... The bearings have been cleaned and repacked. Everything looked good, so Osmo is ready to roll!

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Old 07-02-2007, 06:06 AM   #24
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I wish I had known that you were in Warsaw. I was recently in Patriot and stayed at that crazy casino on the river sitting in the middle of nowhere.
I really wondered if it was some kind of mirage?

I was there having my Truck Shell Modified as the Swiss Cap factory is in Patriot.

Anyway I would have loved to see Osmo in person,it looks like one nice rig.
Looking at photos of your trailer is one of the resons I decided to go egg in the first place!

I was also struck by the beauty of that part of Indiana. My Aunt lived in Beverly Shores back in the 70's and that is a beautiful area too.

Don't undeestimate the Hoosier State!

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Ed -- Yes, Indiana is a beautiful state. 'Taint just corn!

By the way, OSMO is now listed on ebay here. I've gotta get him sold before I decide to keep him!
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I was going to just edit my original post to say "SOLD", but can't find any edit features. So, I'll just add a new post to say that, thanks to eBay, OSMO has moved to a new home. Saturday, we took one last road trip together, to meet the new owners. They are from Utah, and we met in Lincoln, NE to complete the deal. They seem like very nice people, and it sounds like OSMO will get lots of opportunities to go camping. So, I am glass-less.
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I was going to just edit my original post to say "SOLD", but can't find any edit features. So, I'll just add a new post to say that, thanks to eBay, OSMO has moved to a new home. Saturday, we took one last road trip together, to meet the new owners. They are from Utah, and we met in Lincoln, NE to complete the deal. They seem like very nice people, and it sounds like OSMO will get lots of opportunities to go camping. So, I am glass-less.
Congrats Paul.

Sorry it couldn't have worked out earlier for us. I convinced my wife on our purchase after I saw OSMO sell on e-bay. Looking back I kinda wish we coulda worked something out. It would have meant less work for me in the long run I think.
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Congrats Paul.

Sorry it couldn't have worked out earlier for us. I convinced my wife on our purchase after I saw OSMO sell on e-bay. Looking back I kinda wish we coulda worked something out. It would have meant less work for me in the long run I think.
Dan -- true, but you now have the opportunity to do what I did -- build it back to be exactly what you want. Best wishes on your project -- take your time designing the cabinets and layout --, and good luck selling your LittleGuy.

By the way, the cabinets ARE structural -- they support the curvature of the walls, therefore supporting the roof. You can move them and resize them, but you do need them. Also, remember that floor rot almost always comes from within, not without. Waferboard delaminates with wetness, while plywood is somewhat more tolerant, AS LONG AS the water doesn't stay there. If you choose to fiberglass the floorboards, I'd suggest that glassing the top side is more important than glassing the bottom side, and I wouldn't do the bottom unless I also did the top.
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