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Old 02-20-2024, 05:13 PM   #1
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2013 Egg Camper Egg Camper 17 foot white fiberglass - Michigan

2013 EggCamper, 17 foot

We purchased our EggCamper in April, 2013 from the factory. We are located in Holland, MI. This camper is a single owner, non smoker, no pets. We have stored it covered outside in the summer and most years covered inside in the winter. A 2 year old cover will be included in the sale.

Basic Features:

Outside Height: 98", Overall Length: 17 feet, Overall width 88"

Interior Length: 13 feet, Interior height 79", Interior width 84"

Hitch height 17", Ball Size 2", 14" rims, Class of tire rating D upgrade from C

The present set up is with single beds without the Dinette. The original double bed in the back and the dinette are still possible because we have the parts needed to make this change back to the original. Pictures show both set ups.

The Egg Camper is entirely electric. NO PROPANE. It has a 30 amp convertor and provides 12 VDC lighting and battery charging and 120 volt power to the plugs in the camper. This is all automatic as needed. All power is protected by either being fused or by circuit breaker located in the power panel.

The EggCamper weighed in from the factory at 1960 pounds dry. The frame is a 3500 pound Dexter with electric brakes.

The EggCamper has a 14 gallon fresh water tank, 8 gallon black water tank and 24 gallon grey water tank. We have a set of wastewater plumbing adapters that are very helpful at the dump station. The wastewater hose is stored in the rear bumper. We have an extra length of replacement waste water hose.

The Egg Camper has a yellow Bimini awning. We also have a new last year patio mat that would be included along with 2 folding chairs.

Air conditioning is from a 5000 BTU unit under the front bunk. It is a 120VAC unit.

Electric heating is provided by a thermostatically controlled 1000 watt 120VAC heater next to the refrigerator.

The refrigerator runs on either the 12 volt trailer battery or 120VAC by way of the 30 Amp hookup. The system is setup with a 30 amp converter with a hookup cable and a 50 foot additional cable is included. When on the road the system runs off of the car power and it charges the upgraded from 24 to 27 series battery as well.

The upgraded tires now on the EggCamper are load rated D and are good for speeds up to 81 mph. These were bought before the pandemic so very low mileage on them. They run at 60 PSI and pull and track very well at freeway speeds.

The EggCamper is out of storage and ready for viewing as of 04 20 2024 or when ever...prior notice is needed.



If interested in seeing our EggCamper please contact us thru this web site and we can give you an address that can be used in Google Maps.....we will have to be there at that time since it is not our property, Thanks....

We have made many improvements and modifications. For list of details contact Marty and Sally.



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Old 03-13-2024, 07:29 AM   #2
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Egg

Total newbie here.

I am interested in your egg because it seems practical.

Do you have any photos or videos of people sitting or moving around in it so I could get a true feel for the size?

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Old 03-13-2024, 08:09 AM   #3
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Susangh, You have asked about the inside dimensions of our EggCamper. I can tell you when we have had show and tell time at the Algonac State Park in Michigan, during our Eggscramble Events, we have had 8 people in the inside looking at it, comfortably. It is 6'3" in height and at least 4 feet width at the kitchen sink area to the bunk level. The length of the isle inside is at least 8 feet from the bathroom area to the rear single bed. We have had many people comment on the great inside space and height when coming inside....compared to Scamp and Casita's inside dimensions. The EggCamper is 8 feet wide on the outside which is wider than the Scamps and Casitas...hence more room inside.
If you would like a long list of improvements and mods on our EggCamper, I can send you the list....just let me know.
Right now our EggCamper is in storage and will be coming out soon. Then we can get real measurements and pictures you asked for.
Regards, Marty and Sally
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Old 03-13-2024, 09:45 AM   #4
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Thank you for your info. Now for the courage to drive that far.
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Old 03-13-2024, 10:05 AM   #5
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I am going to send you all the info about the mods and additions made to our EggCamper. The software does not allow us to send this information as we wrote it so do your best to read it.

The EggCamper originally had a double bed with a hinged base which could be folded up towards the back for access to the rear storage above and below the bed. We consulted with the factory on modification to change to twin beds. We saved the OEM hinged wood support for the double bed and the OEM bracket and table top for the dinette. If you decide to purchase our egg you could remove the single beds and reassemble the dinette. The mattresses are 4 inches of high-density foam and 1 1/2 " memory foam topper. There are custom made zippered covers for the mattress. It may work to use the two mattresses side by side as a full-size mattress. We changed all the lighting to LEDs to save energy and there are included spares. We added LED lighting in both storage closets in the front of the camper. We added a switchable double LED light above the closet (You can have one or both lights turned on. This helps a lot when preparing meals or washing dishes.) We removed the spare tire from the closet and built in a hinged floor in the back of the closet. This is a great storage space where we keep a small vacuum. This leaves a lot more room for shoe storage. We had a custom bracket made and welded on the rear bumper for the spare tire. A spare tire cover will be included in the sale. We replaced the tires and the spare in 2021. The originals were C load rating and we replaced them with D load rating Carlisle trailer tires that run at 60 psi and can run up to 81 mph without damage. We installed a locked marine hatch on the outside front street side. This makes a great storage for the 30' standard electric cord. We also store a 50-foot 30-amp extension cord in the same hatch. We have a 50 amp and 120V adapters for the 30-amp plug. We replaced the manual tongue adjustment with a 12 VDC Bull Dog power lift with led light. To ensure proper loading of the camper, we have a tongue weight scale that can be included in the sale. We replaced the standard 24-series battery with a series 27 Duracell Ultra Marine and RV dual purpose battery in 2021. The battery has been stored in a heated garage and floated to preserve battery life. We have a surge protector for the electrical hookup that will be included in the sale. It is installed first at the campground 30AMP power hookup. This indicates correct polarity of the camp power before hooking up the trailer. We put white J channel over the windows, door (and later the hatch) when the camper was new as we had a small amount of leaking from the windows. We have not had any issues with this since. We replaced the original miniblinds with better quality and somewhat wider blinds to block out more light. These are attached with Velcro on the bottom rung to hold them tight to the angled sides. We replaced the roof fan with a 3-speed 12-volt reversible fan in 2020. We installed a cargo net across the back which is a great place to store lightweight items like towels, bedding or pillows. We installed levered Shark Bite shut off valves in all hot and cold piping so that the bathroom and kitchen sink can be isolated. The city water inlet is also has a shutoff valve installed. We include a pressure regulator for the city water inlet. This is installed in line with the hose knocking it down to a safe 40 to 50 psi eliminating over pressure issues on the water system. We recommend using an in-line water filter. We installed an accumulator in the fresh water pump system and mounted it on a neoprene pad. This keeps the pump from rapid on/off cycling. Nice and quiet. We added insulation around the shower, AC and refrigerator. We have Command shelves, towel bars and TP holder for the bathroom. We only use the bathroom at night (no solids) and have never used the shower. We have Sterlite boxes that we use for our clothes that we pack in the bathroom during the day. We installed a single handle, high quality bar sink faucet. Nothing needs to be repaired. We have some manuals and also the OEM manual from the factory. Regards, Marty and Sally
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Thank you for your info. Now for the courage to drive that far.
I drove 1,300 miles each way (OK to ID and back) for my Escape. I made a little vacation out of it by camping at Arches NP on the way back. Your journey would be, what, maybe 700 miles each way? Piece of cake! Think of all the places you could sightsee along the way, and pack some camping stuff to take along!
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Your camper

We would like to come see your camper.

We live about 20 minutes away.

When could we see it?

Messaged you as well.
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The EggCamper is out of storage and ready for viewing as of 04/20/2024 or when ever, prior notice is needed.

If interested in seeing our EggCamper please contact us thru this web site and we can give you an address that can be used to look up on line, we will have to be there at that time since it is not our property, Thanks.
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