SOLD - 2006 Bigfoot 25B21FB Travel Trailer - $21000 - Bozeman, MT

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SOLD - 2006 Bigfoot 25B21FB Travel Trailer - $21000 - Bozeman, MT

2006 B21FB Bigfoot trailer for sale. This is bar none the best travel trailer I have ever owned. Built like a tank, it is super insulated, allowing you to camp in MT from April to November. You do not need to worry about freezing tanks in this rig, as they are inside the heated area. If you are not familiar with the great construction of these trailers, go to their website and educate yourself. They are a completely enclosed fiberglass capsule, with no utilities underneath to get damaged. This means there is no guttering to leak on the roof, and no wall/floor joint to suck water and rot. All tanks are contained within the heated area of the trailer. Completely enclosed capsule is insulated with core-bond type urethane insulation, making the shell extremely rugged and rigid.

This is a twin axle trailer that weighs about 3700 pounds unloaded, so it is not a lightweight that can be pulled by a small vehicle. You need to have a real truck to pull this trailer safely. We want everyone the road to be safe, and do not want to sell this trailer to anyone who plans to pull it with an undersized/powered vehicle. It is a misunderstanding that these are lightweight fiberglass trailers. NOT built like a Casita or Scamp. 

It features a front bed, a side dinette that makes into a smaller bed, a bath with a tub and shower, an outdoor shower, gray water, black water and fresh water tanks, a three burner gas range with oven, air conditioner, large two way refrigerator and tons of storage. We have never come close to filling up the available storage in this trailer when camping as a couple. It has spacious bins all along two sides, about 6 ft long galley kitchen with a leaf that expands the counter space on one end, a cedar lined closet with a three drawer dresser underneath it, a built in nightstand with drawer, big drawers underneath the refrigerator, big drawers underneath the range, and a large wardrobe/linen closet across one end, and another auxiliary base cabinet just inside the door with a coat hanging are over it. Roll out pantry cabinet to the left of the refrigerator. The bathroom has a built in vanity with storage underneath and a built in two door mirrored medicine cabinet. Bathroom door is equipped with a mirror, and an integrated towel rack. The trailer has a skylight that is equipped with a blind which allows you to control the amount of light you want during the day, and all windows except the kitchen have integrated, day/sun/night shades. It also has two Fantastic Fans with rain sensors. We hardly ever use the air conditioning since these fans are so efficient. Fold down steps. Built in CD/DVD player has speakers that can be switched to ply inside or outside. All lighting, inside and out has been upgraded to LED. All systems monitor gauges work.

Tires are three years old, and were the best tire I could find that were made specifically for trailers at that time. I keep them covered most of the time, as the trailer is outside and I don't want them to get sun rot. Approximately 3000 miles on these tires. The microwave and television were removed by the person that we purchased it from, and we don't care about those things while camping. It is a small chore to reinstall a microwave into the opening for it and plug it into the original wiring that is still in place for it. A microwave for it costs about $150.00.00 The TV mount is also still in place, and there is a place to plug in auxiliary devices beside it. I have-not checked to see what a 12 V TV costs, but can do so. The lower awning arm on one side was bent in a storm before we purchased it. This is shown in one photo. It still works, so we never bothered to replace it. I think the awning canvas will need to be replaced within a few years, as it is starting to show some signs of sun rot up by the attachment rail. It is currently in useable condition though. Batteries are in good condition, as we always remove them and store them inside in the winter months. We have loved using this trailer, and we won't tell you it is absolutely perfect, because there are small imperfections. It is in very good condition though, and you can go camping in it tomorrow without fixing anything. 


Feel free to ask any questions that you my have after reading this ad. We are hoping to connect with a party that knows about these great trailers and appreciates the type of construction that sets them apart from the ordinary camper. Appropriate for someone to occupy full time. $21,000.00 USD. Please have your financing in place before contacting us, as I am only interested in dealing with cash buyers. Email to schedule a time to come and take a look. Thanks, and have great day!