For Sale: '97 Sport-Cam Molded Fiberglass Truck Camper - Fiberglass RV


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Old 12-05-2017, 07:35 AM   #1
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'97 Sport-Cam Molded Fiberglass Truck Camper

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Link to ad: 1997 Sport-Cam $3995

Saw this on Phoenix Craigslist. It appears to be an all-molded slide-in, made from left and right molds with a vertical seam. A Sport-Cam ad brochure I found online described it as having fiberglass "foam core" construction- no wood in the shell. It seems be in very good condition, but I have not inspected it in person and I do not live in Phoenix.

This is a referral, so if you're interested or have questions, you'll need to contact the seller via the Craigslist link, which also has more pictures. I have no connection with the seller. Since this is not a trailer, I have posted it in the "Miscellaneous" section as something of general interest.

Nice-sized galley with double sink and range/oven... full wet bath... Mount it on a utility trailer for an ersatz molded fiberglass toy hauler?
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Like it! Wonder what it weighs? Probably would need a 3/4 ton pickup to handle the weight (payload).
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You're probably right, Bill, and I believe it requires an 8' bed, too. Not many of those around. The utility trailer idea is tempting, but I'm afraid my wife would divorce me if I brought home a project...

Here's the Sport-Cam brochure I found. It's low-res, but if you enlarge and zoom in, you can make out some details:
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A Google search turned up surprisingly little information about them, but here is another bit I found: https://www.truckcampermagazine.com/...-truck-camper/
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