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Old 04-12-2020, 02:43 PM   #21
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Shrimpscampi, if you have time and the inclination to help me with what kinds of questions I should ask Kearney? Anything other than how long have you had it, how has it been stored, fabric etc? I will ask them to send me the specs and all the features, but anything that you might think of since you have experience with fg's? Many thanks.
Maria, LOL, I'm glad I sound so knowledgeable but truth be told, I'm a newbie! Work from home and social distancing have helped with my "immersion learning" about fiberglass trailers. In other words, I'm bored a lot and on this forum and looking at campers online for a couple of months. I ordered a new Scamp which was supposed to be ready in October but now, who knows when . . . There are a ton of other people on this forum that have actual experience and could be better guides about what to ask, how to get the best deal, etc. I hope this one works out for you! Best of luck and keep us posted
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Old 04-12-2020, 02:56 PM   #22
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shrimpscampi thanks for your help. I have a list of things to ask, just wanted to know if I was missing anything . This virus has sidelined everything and everyone. Thanks again for your help.
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Old 04-12-2020, 03:34 PM   #23
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These have been pieced together by the owner. Not by Parkliner. These may have never been used but they are not all true Parkliners. Be very wary of these.

When Xtreme Outdoors (Liberty Outdoors) stopped production of the Parkliner they had 1 (one) demonstrator that was used at shows and other sale show offs., they also had 4 (four) units that had all major work completed. ie: Frame, all fiberglass work, wiring, plumbing, mounting of all windows, AC, heat, fridge, vent, awning, speakers, tanks, pumps, shower. This can be verified by the owner of Xtream Outdoors Mr Vikram Kaul who had purchased liberty outdoors. I purchased these 5 trailers thinking I would finish and sell them so I could give one to my son who lives in Alaska who had been looking for one. Toddy78 claims that they were put together in my backyard with left over pieces is total hogwash! Along with the trailers I also purchased all the parts needed to complete the units that included interior doors, shower partition, co detectors, cushions, hardware etc. I purchased the battery's, solar panel and controller, lp tanks, weather station and the many other thing to complete the units same as the manufacturer would have. I do admit that my caulking could have been better in spots. However if anyone has any doubt about my ability to complete these trailers in the same manor as Extreme Outdoors don't know me, please refer to my web site John's Hobby Site to see other things I've built including the house in the pictures, also the airplane I built N979X (do a FAA search as to who the builder was)(it is I). I have worked 25 years as a auto dealership mechanic, 25 years as a power and hand tool retailer and now as service specialist for a cleaning company servicing 500+ pieces of equipment. To address Toddy78 claim that filling the blackwater tank and then filling the toilet to the rim and finding a leak shows his ignorance of the Parkliner, when the blackwater tank is overfilled in the manor he describes the "leak" is due to overfilling the tank and water is coming out of the tank vent. Toddy78 has never spoken to me, nor has he made any contact with me, his only connection to me was an acquaintance of his (a Micka P.) purchased the Parkliner demo trailer that had a bad hot water heater who I gave a big discount to, to makeup for the problem, who later tried to extort $6000.00 from me is a nasty person with a bad disposition. I will place a video on Utube this week to show the trailers as I purchased them. These very fine travel trailers are NEW NEVER USED and are a very good value and I dare anyone to find anything other than what I have stated here.

Very Sincerely John Vanderschrier 440-289-5723 john@mtda.net
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Old 04-12-2020, 03:39 PM   #24
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Please read my response to Toddy78.....mtdanet...AKA John Vanderschrier 440-287-5723 or john@mtda.net
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Old 04-12-2020, 04:40 PM   #25
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Thanks for clarification, I'm sure many were curious.
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Old 04-13-2020, 03:59 AM   #26
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When Xtreme Outdoors (Liberty Outdoors) stopped production of the Parkliner they had 1 (one) demonstrator that was used at shows and other sale show offs., they also had 4 (four) units that had all major work completed. ie: Frame, all fiberglass work, wiring, plumbing, mounting of all windows, AC, heat, fridge, vent, awning, speakers, tanks, pumps, shower. This can be verified by the owner of Xtream Outdoors Mr Vikram Kaul who had purchased liberty outdoors. I purchased these 5 trailers thinking I would finish and sell them so I could give one to my son who lives in Alaska who had been looking for one. Toddy78 claims that they were put together in my backyard with left over pieces is total hogwash! Along with the trailers I also purchased all the parts needed to complete the units that included interior doors, shower partition, co detectors, cushions, hardware etc. I purchased the battery's, solar panel and controller, lp tanks, weather station and the many other thing to complete the units same as the manufacturer would have. I do admit that my caulking could have been better in spots. However if anyone has any doubt about my ability to complete these trailers in the same manor as Extreme Outdoors don't know me, please refer to my web site John's Hobby Site to see other things I've built including the house in the pictures, also the airplane I built N979X (do a FAA search as to who the builder was)(it is I). I have worked 25 years as a auto dealership mechanic, 25 years as a power and hand tool retailer and now as service specialist for a cleaning company servicing 500+ pieces of equipment. To address Toddy78 claim that filling the blackwater tank and then filling the toilet to the rim and finding a leak shows his ignorance of the Parkliner, when the blackwater tank is overfilled in the manor he describes the "leak" is due to overfilling the tank and water is coming out of the tank vent. Toddy78 has never spoken to me, nor has he made any contact with me, his only connection to me was an acquaintance of his (a Micka P.) purchased the Parkliner demo trailer that had a bad hot water heater who I gave a big discount to, to makeup for the problem, who later tried to extort $6000.00 from me is a nasty person with a bad disposition. I will place a video on Utube this week to show the trailers as I purchased them. These very fine travel trailers are NEW NEVER USED and are a very good value and I dare anyone to find anything other than what I have stated here.

Very Sincerely John Vanderschrier 440-289-5723 john@mtda.net
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Xtreme Outdoors completed the acquisition of the assets of Liberty Outdoors on July 24. Formed in 2017, Liberty Outdoors had grown fast thanks to a great dealer network, a very high profile social media presence and loyal customer base, according to the company. However, it became apparent a few months back, that to preserve and enhance the Little Guy brand, additional support would be required both on the financial and operational front.
This was the reason why the Little Guy brand has now transitioned to Xtreme Outdoors.
Xtreme Outdoors is backed by entrepreneurs Yong Lee and Vikram Kaul. They have substantial business experience and have the capacity to provide the required capital to rejuvenate the Little Guy brand of trailers.
As part of the transaction, the entire shareholder base of Liberty Outdoors has moved on. Joe Kicos, founder of the Little Guy brand, almost 20 years back, has agreed to stay on to run the sales and marketing efforts for Xtreme Outdoors. Most of the manufacturing related staff has agreed to stay on as well.
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Old 04-13-2020, 04:28 AM   #27
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Pics and video

Hi all....The link is pictures and a video Posted By Vikran Kaul when he was selling the Parkliner I have for sale. Please note all the fiberglass work is complete (with the exception of the caulking)and all major components are installed.
For those that don't know, the interior is made of 7 sections that are bonded together then the seams are caulked for aesthetic reasons.




https://www.dropbox.com/sh/vw62f7yar0h0i84/AAASwMnvqmWTY4FYOtp1z-28a?dl=0
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Old 04-18-2020, 11:53 AM   #28
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You can get a brand new Casita for that price. And they are a rock solid trailer brand
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Old 04-18-2020, 04:07 PM   #29
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Parkliner for sale

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You can get a brand new Casita for that price. And they are a rock solid trailer brand
I just went to the Casita web site and found their 16' deluxe base price was $20489.00 US not including Awning, solar panel, 235AH batteries, tongue jack, microwave, Max Vent and premium entertainment system and more. To bad people on this site missed out on very nice Parkliner because people on this site bad mouth me without knowing the facts.


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Old 04-18-2020, 08:34 PM   #30
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FWIW I thought it was a good value and was a little tempted. But it is really just more camper than I need.
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Old 04-18-2020, 08:42 PM   #31
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FWIW I thought it was a good value and was a little tempted. But it is really just more camper than I need.

Hi Steve....Thanks for looking, hope you find what your looking for...John
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Old 04-19-2020, 04:57 PM   #32
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Batteries and LPG Gas Storage

I own one of the original ParkLiners built by Chandler in 2012, and I don't like the look of how this one stores its batteries and LPG in the same compartment. Never like getting electrical wiring so near a gas supply.
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Old 04-20-2020, 01:00 AM   #33
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shrimpscampi thanks for your help. I have a list of things to ask, just wanted to know if I was missing anything . This virus has sidelined everything and everyone. Thanks again for your help.
Maria in MD, I saw that the Parkliner in VT is marked Sale Pending - are you getting it?
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Old 05-25-2020, 12:52 AM   #34
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They will be built in the coming year in Alberta Canada by Trillium Trailers renamed as Outback Elite.
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