This is a 1988 Scamp trailer. It is the 19' version that tows more like a goose-neck than the standard bumper-pull. The advantage is that you get more space than the 13' or 16' versions!
This floor plan includes the larger bathroom, a queen-width mattress and the table folds down to make another bed. BRAND NEW FLOORING (didn't make photos). The trailer comes with a professionally installed solar panel charging system, upgraded cabinets and all upgraded LED interior (and exterior main) fixtures and/or bulbs. The fridge is electric or propane. There is a propane heater as well. It does come with an included awning. There are 2 batteries and 2 propane tanks up front. Comes with an additional portable water dumping tank. Upgraded axle with electric brakes.
This camper is 34 years old, and while it has been taken care of, it could use a few small things. You will probably want to reupholster the seat cushions, as well as possibly the mattress. It pulls extremely well (designed to be lightweight and easy to travel with).
About the Dakota. It is a 1998 and drives very well. It has 177k miles, is always dependable and starts right up. Tires are almost brand new. The 4WD works, however there is a slight "clunking" noise once in a while and was told that the parts to fix that (if needed) are $100-200. It does have some rust and clearcoat coming off. The truck does a great job towing and I'd feel comfortable driving it across a few states.
Asking $10,000. This is the rock-bottom, no haggle price. The few little quirks with the camper and trailer are more than priced in.