Hey everybody! We've posted here a few times in the last couple years since we got our Scamp
, but now that we've updated it and had our fun with it, it's time for the Scamp
to find a new home!
I'll post some info here, and a few photos, but our website (www.scamptastic.com
) has tons more photos, video, and info.
ASKING PRICE: $6000
LOCATION: San Diego area
TRAILER INFO: 13 foot, 1987 Scamp
Fiberglass Travel Trailer
: 1400 pounds as seen in these photos.
WIRING CONNECTION: 4-pin connection to your vehicle
HITCH BALL: 1 7/8″ ball
TIRE AGE/WEAR: Current tires
are 2 years old with approximately 8,000-10,000 miles on them. Includes a spare tire.
We’ve done the following mods/updates to make the Scamp better suit our own needs and style:
- Custom built tongue storage box. Stores the propane tank and the battery and with extra space to store misc items such as the battery charger, chocks, extension cords, bungees, etc.
- Installed new tinted plexiglass front and rear windows.
- Rewired for LED marker lights and taillights and added an LED license plate light.
- New LED porch light (12v) with interior switch.
- Updated 3 interior light fixtures and installed LED bulbs (12v).
- Replaced kitchen fluorescent light fixture with LED strip (shore power)
- Installed a new 10-speed MaxxFan (12v, has forward & reverse flow)
- Added power outlets (shore power)
- Rebuilt the entire front bench with a spot for a cooler (included). Hidden storage on left and right sides of the bench.
- Updated the front bench drawer storage to house the leveling jacks, etc.
- Made new cabinet and closet doors.
- Created an additional closet door beneath the original single closet door to utilize wasted space.
- Created tilt down storage beneath the sink and stovetop.
- New Suburban stainless stovetop.
- Countertop extension.
- Installed pressure-regulating city water inlet and “regular” faucet.
- Paper towel holder and dual coffee mug hanger.
- Replaced original black twisty bars with custom made piece using walnut and recycled skateboard wood.
- New oak threshold and carpet.
- Built drawers for the closet.
- New foam/cushions and upholstery.
- Made a new table top to match the look of the front bench.
- Fresh coat of paint inside.
The following is a list of features this Scamp trailer does NOT have:
- Fresh water tank (we kept the fill port in place but removed the tank itself because it was old and gross and we only used the city water hookups at campsites. You can purchase a new tank and other Scamp plumbing parts here)
- 12v/cigarette lighter power outlet (one can be installed at someplace like CampingWorld or similar RV/trailer service centers)
- Electric fridge (this Scamp has the “icebox” style fridge)
- AC/Heat (but the MaxxFan we installed is very strong and you can get a small space heater that works like a charm!)
- Power converter/charger that automatically charges battery when plugged into shore power (newer models have this feature but not ours…but we are including a 12v battery charger and extension cord)
- Bunk bed option in the front. We did not replace the bunk bed feature when we rebuilt the front bench, but if you’re creative you can still use the front bench as a bed.
If you have questions or inquiries you can ask them here, but we'll probably be able to respond quicker if you submit the question through the contact page at www.scamptastic.com
. Thank you so much for looking!