I absolutely love this trailer, but life got in the way and I am not able to finish it as I wanted. Pricing just what I paid for it but with improvements!
If you're not familiar with the Beachcomber
here's why I love them:
- The length is 15' while still being lightweight fiberglass 2500 lbs before taking cabinets out, etc
- It's a more square design than the Boler so it feels more roomy and there's more build out possibilities
- It's got great natural clearance so a fantastic trailer for traveling off grid
- Lots of light
- This original TM15 had bunks in the front and an L Shape dinette in the back
- I pulled this easily over mountain passes with my Toyota Highlander V6 hardly even felt it.
- Made in Canada
- Similar to the Surfside amp; Trillium
This is basically an empty shell with:
It's gutted no cabinets, no gross flooring or cushions that are over 40 years old it's an upgraded blank slate for you.
- New Cedar inlays fiberglassed to the floor
- New bolts holding the fiberglass frame/wood inlays to the trailer
- New Purebond plywood floor
- New tires
- Exterior is in GREAT shape
It's all ready for your interior design!
Still has bunks if you want to use and extra purebond flooring.
- there were no leaks from the windows, but will need to be redone at some point due to basic aging
- Also comes with:
- sway bar
- hitch several options
- extra purebond flooring purebond is great because there is no off gassing
- battery fairly new
- bunks can easily reinstall
- gravel shield for front window
When this Beachcomber
is completed, it will be a great camper for you or you can easily sell for a profit. I just don't have the time and would love to see it go to another home. These are harder to find, but lots of great info on the forums for your rebuild.
Interior photos coming soon!
The exterior photos do not show the new tires
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- 1979 Beachcomber TM15