SOLD - 1984 UHaul CT-13 Camper - $6500 - Media, PA

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SOLD - 1984 UHaul CT-13 Camper - $6500 - Media, PA

1984 UHaul CT-13
This little camper has served me well, taught me A Lot, and has always been a safe and comfy place to rest and enjoy life. I mostly dry camp, sometimes with shore power and this little Egg has worked well for me for five years.
Sweet, solid, double wall fiberglass camper manufactured by UHaul in 1984. Similar to Casita and Scamp with a heavy duty build quality for U-Haul rental fleet. The interior fiberglass shell makes cleaning a breeze and adds structural integrity.
All exterior and interior lighting in working order. This is a great, little camper in solid condition.  Weighing approximately 1250 lbs dry with a GVWR of 2000 lbs. This little cutie is easily towed by most small SUV’s.

Sleeping two adults and potentially two younger kids, the dinette converts into a nearly full sized bed. One child can sleep on the front bench or two kids get to transform the front bench into a bunk bed. Original plywood bunk, hinge and support poles are included in sale. Storage exists under all benches and sink, as well there is a wardrobe closet to hang shirts and clothes, or to use as a pantry. The camper is ready for your personal touches and choices.

The Good-
* Frame has been repaired, primed and painted silver with Rustoleum. A frame-off repair.
* Floor has been repaired: new birch plywood and fiberglass at door threshold, both wheel wells, dinette table flange and a small area under sink.
* Fresh rubber spacers between shell and trailer frame.
* All New Stainless Steel Elevator Bolts. A bag of leftovers to go with the camper.
* New aluminum threshold.
* New door seal. Extra seal included.
* Center Rib replaced, joint cleaned up, pinholes filled with resin and fresh ribbing installed.
* 3 New UHaul Rims and Maxxi tires. Tires were new in 2015-16 and now have less than 3000 miles on them. Original rims with aluminum ring will go with the camper.
* New Jack.
* Cleaned and Original Bargman Lock with key, works well. NOS Bargman lock will go with camper.
* Wood spacers in door lock opening have been replaced and glassed in.
* New Atwood stabilizers installed on rear bumper.
* Original cooktop vent cleaned up and painted with silver high heat paint.
* All original lights, working.
* New Switched LED interior light fixtures, not yet installed.
* New SuperBright LED Marker Lights, not yet installed. 2 Yellow for front, 7 red for rear. I intended to put 5 marker lights over the rear window.
* New sink drain and strainer. I haven’t set the drain hose in the floor yet.
* New Diamond Plate dense foam floor covering.
* New Blue / Gray indoor - outdoor carpet.
* Interior of bins under front bench, closet interior, under sink cabinets and exterior wheel wells have been painted with Rustoleum marine paint. Closely mimics original gel coat. Brightens things up and reduces fiberglass scratches and splinters.
* Black and Tan interior theme.
* Mr. Heater 2 Stage Propane Regulator, not installed.
* 2 Polar 412 Hinges for door, not installed.
* Maintenance free wheel hubs and axel.
* Original large fiberglass table top included with center post and floor flange. Not installed.
* Original bunk bed plywood, poles and hinge included.
* Original fresh water tank included. I never used it. No gray or black tanks.
* Original vented battery box included.
* P.O. installed a Fantastic Fan, 3 speed, forward and reverse. Works great, doesn’t leak.
* P.O. made new room darkening curtains. Dark green sunbrella like material.
* 4 Pin Flat connector.
* I am the second private owner. First owner bought directly from UHaul in 1993.
* Clear PA Title and Registration.

To be done:
* Needs a new battery.
* Original 1985 converter should be upgraded.
* P.O. removed original ice box. No fridge included.
* P.O. removed original propane furnace, no heater included.
* Rusty propane line removed during frame-off restoration. Needs to be replaced if you plan on using the cooktop. Original is included if you want it as a template. Cooktop worked well before restoration.
* No electric brakes.
* Window seals will probably need to be replaced in the future.
* Most windows were heavily caulked by Previous Owner. They don’t leak but they don’t look good, either.
* Two small cracks in driver side shell, probably caused by jackknifing the camper. P.O. caulked them. LoL! I cleaned out the caulk and fiberglassed them from the inside. No leaks, not pretty. Could be filled and finished.
* Original carpet still on ceiling. Ugly, beginning to fail near closet.
* She needs a bath! and someone to add their personal touches and make more memories with her.