is my beloved 1987 Scamp
13 Custom Deluxe. This is, without question, one of the nicest 13 foot Scamps anywhere on the planet. It is also a piece of Scamp
history, as I understand it to be the very first 13 to get a bathroom, custom-designed for a gentleman in Kentucky. This unit has been fully remodeled, and is loaded with the following features:
--Two newer ST tires
in great condition, mounted on new wheels. Spare is a brand new ST, also on a new wheel.
tank, fitted with a new regulator and OPD
--Custom white and red oak interior cabinets, with full-surround upper cabinets over the dinette area. LOTS of storage and drawer space.
--White oak hardwood floor.
--Upholstery is in good condition.
--Rat-fur carpeted walls
--52” wide bed! It’s unbelievable how much the extra width helps comfort! The two most common complaints about Scamps are the narrow 46” bed and the aircraft-style door, so...
--Custom-fitted flat RV door with flush hardware, screen door and pass-through.
--Interior-mounted air conditioner – doesn’t rob precious headroom, and doesn’t hang through a window.
--6 gallon electric water heater
--Pressurized water system with pump and holding tank. New faucets, also.
--Newer toilet. Bathroom also has a shower.
--30 gallon gray-water tank.
--Power converter and battery
--300W power inverter
--Sink and 2-burner stove
with Danfoss compressor – runs for days and days on a deep-cycle battery
, and works great – freezer compartment freezes.
--5 interior light
fixtures, one of which is a double.
--Exterior access to the under-bench storage on the curb side, for hose and power cord storage.
--Upgraded 30 amp electrical
--Large linen storage cabinet under dinette at rear
--7-prong round wiring connector
--Venetian blinds on windows
, custom fitted.
--Rear window plexi-glass is foggy – new window is on order from Scamp
, and will be included in sale
--New spare tire cover is on order from Scamp and will be included
--Rear stabilizer jacks.
--Uses 1-7/8” trailer ball
--Brand new deep-cycle battery
We have loved owning and using this trailer! We live in northern Indiana, and have towed it to upper Michigan, the Colorado Rockies, the Florida Keys, and multiple trips to Texas. It tows great! The bearings were replaced a few years ago, and the grease was last re-packed three seasons ago. We get 17-22mpg towing with our 1991 GMC Jimmy. Loaded and ready for a trip, the local Waste Management scales said this trailer was “just under 1800 pounds.”
The gel-coat is smooth and clean but not especially shiny, and has some of the typical spider-cracking on the top corners that doesn’t pose any problem. There is a chip in the front that was filled by the factory during manufacture.
I am asking $5900 for this camper. I will have the bearings repacked prior to the sale.
Please contact me with any questions. Thanks!