SOLD - 1984 UHaul CT13 Fiberglass Camper - $14,000 - Maltby, WA

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SOLD - 1984 UHaul CT13 Fiberglass Camper - $14,000 - Maltby, WA

Time to let this go, just in time for you to enjoy on an extended Labor Day Weekend! We've owned this trailer for just over 2 years and have really enjoyed our time with it. It's perfect for a little family or couple to get away for a long weekend.

We've done some upgrades during our ownership to really get the most of this little camper. Here are some highlights("New" indicates within our ownership):

Completely new 12v electrical
New 100ah battery, plenty of juice for your travels!
New Water Pump
New switches & voltage indicator & USB Plugs (Tiny storage perfect for phones just next to it!)
New interior & Exterior Lighting
New 4pin & 7pin trailer harness!!!
New LED Tail lights and housings

Completely new plumbing!
New Water tank
New Faucet/Sink
New Water Pump
New Hoses & Vents

Converted "bunks" to table & seating
New Flooring
New Cabinets
New Lighting
New Ice Box
-Red lights installed for when you need to get up in the middle of the night, a great feature!!!
New Curtains using fabric directly from Filson in Seattle
New storage units matching the cabinets, also with plaid fabric from Filson

Freshly painted Exterior in Cream & Green, a great PNW Color combo!
New Exterior Lighting installed
New Tail light & housings in wrinkle black
Frame refreshed in matte black
New Rear Leveling Legs

Other Notable items:
Solar panel works great!
Ceiling Fan is great on hot days
Propane heater for those cold nights
Stored indoors during the length of our ownership.

We will do our best to accommodate those who want to come look at the trailer, in priority of those who reach us by email first.

This camper is similar to a Scamp, Boler, Casita, or Burro. UHaul did not make very many of these, and they are incredibly durable due to UHauls rental standards when these were manufactured. I do not know exactly what this weighs, but I believe these are usually around 1,500 lbs & has a 2" ball hitch. 4pin & 7pin wiring harness is great to help cover a wide variety of vehicles.