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SOLD - 1972 13' Scamp Travel Trailer - Murfreesboro, TN
Tue, 09/14/2010 - 11:19am
For sale is a 1972 13 foot scamp travel trailer. It is similar to a casita, burro, and uhaul. It is fiberglass. It is in fairly good condition. It could use a little TLC but other than that it is in great shape for a 1972 model.
It pulls very smooth, you won't even know it's there. Takes a 1 7/8" ball. A trailer lock will come with the sale.
Propane system has a new regulator.
Tires are in pretty good shape. Don't know about the bearings but we just used it very frequently and it pulled perfectly.
Stove works. We never really cooked with it. But it is tested and it works just fine. Refrigerator works (110 only, not 3 way).
Water system looks like it works, but there is no water tank and we never used any water in this camper. There is a place where you can hookup to water and drain water on the outside of the camper in addition to being able to have water tanks.
Table converts into a double bed. It could sleep two adults. There is a small couch/sofa to the right when you walk in, you could possibly sleep an adult there, but it would be a squeeze. You could also get some poles and convert the couch into a bunk, which would then sleep two instead of one. I would say only two children could fit on the couch, and two adults on the main bed.
We replaced the vent in the ceiling recently, it is brand new and completely resealed. It does not leak at all anywhere. There is also no smell inside the camper.
The cushions have been re-upholstered with a brown fabric. The plaid is still underneath if you wanted it instead. This is not a professionally redone upholstering, it is my wife using fabric and sewing it on.
The cabinet doors have been painted over with a nice shade of brown so they look nice.
We replaced the curtains with a nice shade of green. Green and Brown colors are are earth tones and are supposed to make you feel more relaxed.
There are new laminate floors in the camper that I installed myself. It looks like hickory hardwood. Very nice floor.
The camper runs on 110 electricity, 12 volt, and propane. I never hooked up the 12 volt or tried to get it working so I don't know anything about it. It should have an inverter though according to the scamp parts guy that I talked to so you could hook that up if you knew what you were doing. The propane only powers the stove. The electricity powers the refrigerator and lights inside and power outlets.
The window that faces your vehicle when you pull it was wired shut when we got it and we never untied it. The plexiglass is cracked, but nothing leaks or is wrong with it in any way that I can see.
We put new foam seal around the door that you walk into.
We have a portable AC unit that will come with the camper. It is NOT a rooftop AC, it sits inside the camper. We attached Velcro to the door window in order to vent the air from the AC. You can see it in the picture. Because of the vent we also poked a hole in the screen to help vent the hot air. If you would like we can repair the screen before you pickup. Just let me know ahead of time.
We put some of the flooring at the bottom of some of the compartments inside the camper to give it a better look. We also put a white plastic shelf in the main "closet" to store our clothes. There is some small evidence of wear and tear on the white interior of the camper but it's nothing too bad. You should be able to see everything in the picture.
The outside of the camper is in fairly good shape. There is one scrape where a rock hit it but it is only noticeable up close. It could possibly need a new paint job but I don't think it is too bad.