I'm looking for insights on the original intent and construction of my front bunk area.
This is a very bare bones 2002 13' Scamp
. The front bunks are different than all others that I have seen. As you can see in there photos, I don't have a fiberglass
bench. The space under the lower bunk is wide open. The supports for the top bunk are different and reversed from other models with the poles on the window side and two other brackets on the interior. The top bunk itself is a piece of wood that is clearly handmade. A previous owner had it out in the weather and it is moldy and rotting so I didn't put it in. I will just use it as a template.
I really like the layout. I love that the entire area under the bench is open. A previous owner had a board that they put across the opening to secure during towing. With the poles on the inside it is easier to get in and out of the bottom bunk.
So what do you think? I saw one photo in the "gallery" of a 1989 scamp
with a factory "blank space" up front. I wonder if mine started out this way and someone alone the line added these bunks. Any insights would be appreciated.
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