1996 Bigfoot gaucho model. Lightweight fiberglass at approximately 2,500 lbs. Includes newer gas/electric/battery refrigerator, sink, four-burner stove with oven/hood, powered ventilation fan, two new six-volt batteries ($300), mostly LED lighting, hot water heater with bypass, new tires ($225), recent bearing service and electric brakes checkup, bathroom shower combo, sleeps up to five on dinette bed, gaucho bed, and overhead bunk for a child, scissor stabilization jacks, custom welded entry step, new tongue jack.
The camper was purchased in August of 2015 from a family in Central Oregon where they kept it in an enclosed garage. This Bigfoot was in great condition, non-smoking/pets, and was incredibly clean.
Sadly, in October of 2015, a small motorhome rolled into the Bigfoot while it was parked next to our house and damaged the front corner. We've camped and enjoyed the trailer throughout 2016 and kept it dry with duct tape and tarps during the wet season. Everything works, however it's developing some leaks and we have no place to work on it over the winter and there are other pressing projects to attend to.
So this is a PROJECT trailer that requires some right front fiberglass repair, some front minor interior casework and paneling repairs; and installation of some insulation, paneling, and reinstallation of rear right corner casework as a result of a leak repair completed in the Spring of 2016. These trailers in good condition are listing between $10,000 to $15,000 so there is definitely some value here for a person that has the time and facility to complete these repairs.