rented these light weight
campers in the 1980ís and later sold
them to the public. They were built tough and built to last. Our 13 foot camper is clean, and in good shape and road worthy. It tows super easy, I estimate it doesnít weigh more than 1200 lbs. It doesnít change our gas mileage hardly at all. We love the fiberglass, inside and out, which is low maintenance. The frame is in good condition. We have new radial tires
, hubcaps, and hitch with 2Ē ball.
The inside has a double bed in the back that converts easily to seating and one person can sleep on the bench in the front. There is a two burner propane
stove that works, sink with water hookup, the original ice box that keeps food cold. Under the front seat is room for a porta potty. It has newer cushions, nice curtains and updated pillows and carpet all, thanks to my wife. 12 volt lighting
, deep cell battery
with 110 volt and solar
charging. It has an air vent on the top and a solar panel
that works and charges the battery
. We did remove the original gas furnace
as we were afraid it was not safe. We use an electric heater and it works fine. There is plenty of storage for your excursions. It has the rare original screen door that many UHaul
camper folks covet.
is always the talk of the campground. These rare vintage campers are so popular, there is even a Facebook page dedicated to them. The reason we are selling our beloved UHaul CT-13 camper is we found the other model UHaul made. Wife wanted to keep both, but that is not an option!
Serious inquires only please. If you have questions please reply by PM. Thank you. Tom