1976 Burro 13ft Project camper
Super light weight and can be towed with many smaller SUV's and cars at about 1500 pounds or less.
-New tires this weekend
-Fantastic-Fan installed, but not wired yet
-All side marker light assemblies replaced
-Floor are solid in all main areas, but there is some exposed wood shown in photos near the wheel wells on the underside that will need addressed
-Has a flip down step installed for entry
-Has olympian 3100 catalytic heater installed, but I have never hooked gas up to it to test.
-Front bunk assembly and legs included
-Has front rock shield included, but not installed currently.
-Comes with the following parts to complete the project: new 35amp WFCO power center/converter, new interior lights, new reversible fantastic fan installed, but not wired.
-Missouri Title in hand
Things that make it a project:
-Door does not fit perfectly as shown in the photos. Seems like the bottom of the door has lost some of it's curve to make it fit snuggly to the door jam.
-The fiberglass in general has plenty of chips and such which is expected for this being an early Burro and shown in photos. It does also have a large area of gel coat spiderweb cracking in the rear above the tail light. I tried to capture this in the detailed photos for you to see.
-The interior will needs wiring work and included power center installed.
-The interior cushions are all there, but original. At 44 years old the fabric is very brittle.
-Original tail light assemblies are working currently, but due to lens cracking and bulb holder wear it is time to upgrade to something a little better. Probably LED assemblies for brightness.
I also have a project play-mor II 13ft camper for sale as well similar to a Scamp. Thinning the herd and just keeping my uhaul ct13 for now.
Overall it's got great bones to make it your own. I have about 50 photos in a google drive link I can send you if interested as well