last year, bearing packed every 5,000 miles.
No bathroom (we see it as a pro
3 way fridge
Pull out awning
2 burner stove.
The bed is currently a full time bed, with suspension installed. Think like your car hood. It lifts open like that.
We have all original table parts if you want to make the bed a table convert again.
Cut to fit memory foam included (6" total.)
Newer cushions that we left in our shed, so they're pretty new.
Ikea Trofast shelving system in the closet.
The front bunk area is built currently to have a dresser, but can be set back up to be a full couch/bunk.
It is awesome. Every where we camped people asked us about our Scamp
, and then wanted one.
Original converter. It works fine. But you know, she's old.
Water tank is not currently set up. We have the tank, but never connected (we purchased scamp
with this not setup.)
Vent cover in roof has crack. It does not leak and has been sealed. But its there.
Front and back windows
are gouped from my amateur moves of trying to solve a leak while traveling. Windows
haven't leaked in months, but the amateur gouping is visible.
We no longer have the bunkbed poles.
Prefer questions and serious inquiries be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
. More photos can be viewed here: bit.ly/ScampinMoab
$7,500 OBO. Located in Moab, Utah.