In November 2014 we bought our Scamp as an empty shell, and we've spent the last 3+ years making it into a comfortable, fun, and functional camper to sleep 3. Has a converter to run on battery or shore power (30 amp); deep cycle marine battery; electric brakes; gravel guard for front window; dinette in front (with custom cushions) that converts to a single bed; full size permanent bed in back with memory foam mattress; new Camco porta-potty; cold A/C in lower part of closet. New blackout curtains; new sheet vinyl flooring. Storage under bed and under front benches. Tires have less than 500 miles on them, with spare on back. Has 7-pin connector. Coupler takes 2" hitch ball. Hitch height is approx. 20". Trailer weighs 1680 lbs, and is easy to pull. Inspected May 2018.
Planned to make various upgrades, but currently has no stove/propane, no sink/water, no fridge. Recently discovered a small section of soft floor under the bed in the rear driver's side corner, and a leak that's either coming from back window or from bolts that hold on spare--not sure. Window may need to be removed and re-sealed to stop leak, then small section of floor (approx. 1' x 2') will need to be repaired/patched. Rest of the floor is SOLID. Storage access door on rear passenger side also needs to be removed and re-sealed.
With the permanent bed in the back, we just weren't aware of this issue and were out camping with it just a couple of weeks ago! Shouldn't be a huge or expensive project, but sadly, we've realized it's a bit more than time and circumstances will allow us to do. We've loved our Scamp and hate to let it go, but we know that someone else will love it as much as we have!
*Have some uninstalled upgrade items available that may convey.*
Clear title, and located just west of Charlottesville, VA. These molded fiberglass trailers are not easy to find (which is why we bought a SHELL after looking for close to a year!), and the first person to come with CASH takes her home. $5300 OBO. Have questions or want to see more pictures? Please ask!