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Old 03-26-2019, 12:17 AM   #41
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I notice that the market place section says "closed." Now that you all have helped me understand what to look for, where do you recommend I place an ad?
Kay, there are two Marketplace sections. The one that's closed has been superseded by a new, improved (?) version. Look again and you'll see the discussions it generates are in a section just ahead of the closed marketplace.
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Old 03-26-2019, 06:25 AM   #42
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Have one custom built. RELIC is full custom.
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Have one custom built. RELIC is full custom.
No belly band, either, as its a 1-piece shell.
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Thanks for the thought! I'm looking for a camper, though, not a trailer, and it looks like I need a molded fiberglass shell with Ensolite insulation.

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I just noticed that you're in Seattle! I can't be indoors for very long at one shot (a few minutes), but would like to come look at what you've got one of these days. Where are you?
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Thanks for the thought! I'm looking for a camper, though, not a trailer, and it looks like I need a molded fiberglass shell with Ensolite insulation.

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again, there's very very few choices of molded fiberglass slide-in pickup campers anymore. the few I've seen have been extremely expensive, such as the XPcampers, which are typically sold complete on a heavily customized 3500 dualy class pickup truck such as a Ram or F350. http://xpcamper.com/ they *start* at $120,000 plus truck chassis, they take the box bed off the truck, and replace it with a custom flatbed tray.
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again, there's very very few choices of molded fiberglass slide-in pickup campers anymore. the few I've seen have been extremely expensive, such as the XPcampers, which are typically sold complete on a heavily customized 3500 dualy class pickup truck such as a Ram or F350. http://xpcamper.com/ they *start* at $120,000 plus truck chassis, they take the box bed off the truck, and replace it with a custom flatbed tray.


If shes after a truck camper, what about a Bigfoot or a Northern Lite? Both all-molded FG, no?
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I have a 19 ' SCAMP gooseneck in northern calif for sale if interested $ 4975.00 530 527 5873
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If shes after a truck camper, what about a Bigfoot or a Northern Lite? Both all-molded FG, no?
thats right, I forgot Bigfoot makes a slide-in truck camper. just looked them up, they are in the $40,000 range.

looks like Northern Lite fiberglass truck campers run as high as $50000, although I see some nearly 20 year old ones on rvtrader for $20k, most used ones are in the $30-40k range.

these are all *big* pickup campers, F350, Ram/Chevy3500 dual-rear-wheels, for best results. I test drove a few large slide ins on non-dualy trucks, they seemed dangerously top heavy to drive.
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