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Old 10-08-2016, 02:16 PM   #15
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Good move Nicole, you've really opened up the choices now, good luck in your search.

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Old 10-08-2016, 04:18 PM   #16
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I saw an American teardrop about a week ago at a vintage show
The guy has or had it listed on
Los angeles craigslist
I sent you a private msg
I think it was listed for about $4 k
Had gull wing doors
Very very light
I had one a few yrs ago probably didnt weigh over 500 lbs

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Old 10-09-2016, 12:50 AM   #17
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Thanks, Alan! I couldn't find it in LA but I did find one in Nevada. Still a bit pricey for me, darn it. Thank you again!
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Old 10-09-2016, 08:10 AM   #18
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Hi, Nicole. My retirement plans ranged from hiking the Ft and At in my 40s, to purchasing a motorcycle camper Aspen and pulling it with my Toyota to a camper van as I got older and more stove up with chronic pain. And cats moved back into my life after an absence. It suddenly occurred to me that I could get somewhat back into the wilderness by owning an RV. I started to research this (I shoulda been a researcher in my former life, eh? Everything I do is either totally spontaneous or researched to death) and found that "ultralight" conventional campers were running 6,000 to 8,000 lbs and the articles and videos I could get on purchasing second hand were scaring me to death with all the potential, expensive-to fix problems. I was looking at a magazine when I saw ads for scamps and casitas in the back. I recalled seeing a scamp once or twice in my backpacking days as I was heading for the backcountry-that led me to this website- and this website was how I discovered the Parkliner and the Lil Snoozy. Choose the Lil Snoozy over the Parkliner as DH SWEARS he will come camping with me now he is semi retired. (Not holding my breath on that) But I have 3.5 cats and the basement on the Snoozy will make a fine place to stash their extra large litter box and cat beds. Hope you will find that FG camper that is just right for you.

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