I'm selling my 2005 Scamp 19 Deluxe.
These trailers are hard to come by. I have owned it for a little less than a year. I lived it in it full time for about 8 months while I was working out of state.
If you don't know about Scamp, this is a fiberglass trailer. It is extremely light weight. It could be towed with a Ranger or Tacoma, or other small pickup. I towed it with my 2006 GMC Sierra 1500 and it's like there's nothing back there. It tows very easily. I have seen where many of the people that have these use small pickups. They are still manufactured today in Minnesota.
This trailer has had many modifications and upgrades. It was set up by one of the previous owners with boondocking in mind.
The gooseneck has been modified to more comfortably fit the height of a modern full size truck, but would still work for a mid size truck. The previous owners I'm told towed with a late model Dodge 1500 and then a Toyota Tundra.
The axle has has been professionally upgraded to a Dexter 5200 LB unit, 15" wheels and larger tires for better ground clearance and capacity than the factory unit. It has had electric front landing gear added. It has solar charging to the batteries that works excellent. It has two near new Interstate deep cycle batteries. All the lights have been converted to LED. The bathroom features a marine style composting toilet by Nature's Head. So, you don't have to rely on going to a dump site to get rid of your black water. It has both an LP and Electric water heater.
I just replaced the thermostat and the LP furnace heater works great. It has an auxiliary dual wattage space heater mounted above the bathroom door which works great if it's really cold outside to get heat up into the bunk faster. The roof top air conditioner works very well. The refrigerator and freezer work great, it is a two way unit. Works on LP or 110v shore power. The stove top burners all work , but the oven is not working. It has not worked since I got it. I didn't have a need to bake so I never fixed it. The previous owner said it needed a new thermocouple. There is a 300 watt pure sine wave inverter. Several cell phone charging ports have been added throughout. There is a cel boosting antennae that does work if you're in a bad signal area. The dinette converts into a bed/daybed. I would say it'd comfortably sleep two average sized adults in the bunk, and two to three small kids in the dinette bed. The bunk mattress is fairly new. I ordered it custom made from Magic Sleeper on the east coast. It is very comfortable. MUCH better than the factory pads which were awful. A full size truck toolbox has been added to the back for storage.
The microwave is maybe six months old. Two minor issues that may be fixed by the time you come look at it depending how fast the delivery is. It needs a new dinette table leg, and it needs the city water inlet valve replaced. Both parts are ordered from Scamp and should be here in a few days. If they are they'll be fixed.
It has a full set of curtains, and custom cut reflect-x window covers to help block extreme heat and cold. I just left them off so I could get light in there for pictures.
Also has a backup camera installed, and comes with the dash mount Garmin GPS unit that serves as the camera monitor. The PO was missing the dash mount part for the screen though. I think that can be purchased from Garmin. The Garmin unit is model A3EVNX02. It comes with the Scamp 5th Wheel/ Gooseneck hitch, which works on a 2" ball. You'll have to provide your own standard hitch rails.
I can deliver the trailer in Oregon, Washington, for $2 per loaded mile, but only if you have come to look at the trailer or sent a proxy to look at the trailer for you and it is paid for before I leave. You're welcome to pick it up if you've got hitch rails in your truck already.
Clean Oregon title in my name. Registration is current through October 2020. $14,000 OBO