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Old 04-23-2011, 08:23 PM   #1
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Project Scamp $400 OBO

Why on earth would you seperate the 2 halves and how in the world would you seal them back up again as well as the factory???

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Old 04-23-2011, 08:27 PM   #2
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Holy crap! it's in Indiana my old stompin grounds, I bet it will be gone when I go back in June.
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:06 PM   #3
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I'd take it if I were anywhere near there.

Splitting the body is not a big deal. I can't speak for Scamp but the Amerigo will be coming apart so I can work on the roof.

When you do it you usually brace the body so it doesn't loose it's shape. I wouldn't split it with the lower half off the frame - but that's just me, and perhaps the Scamp body is more solid than the Amerigo

Putting it together isn't a problem - the seam is proably a flange joint that you'd clamp together - get it all aligned - then tab it from behind. The Amerigo halves are actually loose save for the corners. The halves were secured by the screws that went through the belly band and into wooden 1 x 3's behind the seam.

It's done all the time when restoring fiberglass boats as it's the best way to get to the transom for replacement.
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Old 04-24-2011, 06:56 AM   #4
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1970s Scamp pull behind camper PROJECT. This camper is in the middle of a complete restoration. The body has been removed from the frame and the interior was completly gutted. The body was then separated horizontally in half where the 2 halves are joined at the factory. The floor was completely removed and replaced with new 3/4 inch plywood and covered with a layer of fiberglass. This is a project and the camper is in pieces. MOST parts are here and included but may need to get some small items. I DON'T have the cushions as they were in bad shape but scamp sells full sets still!Scamp sells most replacement parts for this still!. This is a project and will need restored. Camper needs to be hauled away and cannot be towed as is. Will make a great light weight camper when finished! 400.00 or best offer. Have title call 812- 278- 9340 or email. Put SCAMP in the title Will consider trades for good shape 5x10 trailer WAS ASKING 500.00 NOW TAKING BEST OFFERS

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