1973 Hunter Compact II
Hunter made these in a couple different configurations for about three years. Many were sold in Nevada as camper trailers that could be towed by a VW bus. I renovated mine from the axle up and it’s like a Swiss army knife of features.
13 feet overall length. Has similarities to a Scamp or Casita with one major difference: the Hunter can go on some serious off road trails. I know because I’ve done it. Ultra light weight fiberglass body with lift kit. Sleeps two adults comfortably. New upholstery fabric on cushions. Freshly painted interior woodwork. Solid maple floor (not composite or veneer). Seller is non smoker.
Gravity fill water spout fills a 7 1/2 gallon onboard water tank
Switch-actuated 12 V water pump
Lightly used 2 burner stove
Brand new unused portable toilet with new unused pop up privacy tent. Includes extra toilet bags and extra toilet chemicals.
Microwave oven secured to cabinet with earthquake type safety straps
15 amp circuit breaker on 110v shore power with 30 amp adapter for RV park and/or generator
Portable heater that can be easily connected to the main propane tank so you don’t have to rely on small propane canisters to keep you warm. Low oxygen sensor on heater that automatically shuts off heater if oxygen level drops below safe level.
Carbon monoxide detector
Pop top with over 6 foot clearance. The fabric has wear but no tears and it has. Ever leaked into the interior. I maintain it by occasionally painting on a little white Flex Seal.
10x 10 canopy that can set up at door of camper
5 gallon Jerry can
7000 lb. capacity farm jack
One propane tank with rack to add a second tank
2 12V batteries, one that is mounted in locked battery compartment and one that comes as a spare
LED lights throughout including a wireless dimmer on LEDS surrounding the dinette area
LED running, brake and turn lights
2000 W inverter
Onboard 110v trickle charger
Onboard multi-tester hardwired into electrical system so you can easily see battery charge level with a push of a button.
Tons of storage beneath both bench seats as well as in open cabinets opposite the galley and beneath sink.
Cutting board can be attached to galley counter to increase counter space while cooking
Small closet space big enough to hang a few jackets (or your best suit if you want to do a little executive time while in the wilderness)
Excellent Hartland ST215/75R1R tires and brand new Carlisle spare.
New axle with zerk fittings so you don’t have to remove and hand pack the bearings. About 300 miles on repacked bearings.
Four stabilizer and leveling jacks
Reese sway bar
New swivel tongue jack
Cargo nets over open storage cabinets
Two inch lift kit to increase clearance when off-road
Heavy duty cable lock secures Jerry can, spare tire, propane tanks and farm jack.
Total GVW estimated at under than 2500 pounds. My six cylinder 4Runner tows it easily.
Clean title in hand. $5000 firm, although I can lower the price by removing various items such as Jerry can, propane tanks, canopy, heater or farm jack.
1973 Hunter Compact II