We have a 2010 13’ Scamp, layout #1 (front bunks, no bath). Bunks convert to sofa, dinning table converts to bed. Bought new and picked up at the factory in Backus Minnesota. It is always stored indoors, and has had few trips. It is absolutely like brand new. We wanted a light trailer towable with a 4 cyl car.
This trailer is really indistinguishable from new. I'm a retired engineer, and take care of things. We're barely into the first of the dual propane tanks, as an indication of the little use this trailer has had. We have only cooked one simple meal inside. This trailer has only been used by my wife and myself, both retired. It is strictly non-smoking (neither my wife or I smoke), no kids (all grown up and far away) and no pets. Shoes are off inside camper when camping.
We have since bought a larger 6 cyl SUV, and are considering upgrading to a larger trailer with a bathroom and shower. Done. We bought a 17’ Casita.
Here's the additional factory options on our 13’ Scamp: refrigerator, furnace, electric brakes, dual propane tanks, front and rear cabinets, 3 speed reversible fan, 26 grey water tank, outside GFI 110 volt outlet, extra interior lights, front jack wheel.
Modifications I have made: Converted interior lights and porch light to LED. Added 5 LED lights over sink and range (factory light over sink and range is a dim 110 V), added 12 volt interior outlet, nice large and light homemade awning, outside 2-way level, rear receiver hitch and 2-place bike carrier, extra carpet on top of existing carpet (in case of spills-which have never happened), front gravel shield prop-open device. Bed has an extra foam mattress pad and mattress cover.
Our Scamp is kind of unusual in that:
- it hasn't been used very much. Actual documented total mileage is 4,447 miles. And part of that was the trip back from the factory in Backus Minnesota which was 903 miles.
-We've only taken 5 trips, and they were all in Michigan.
-The Scamp has always been kept indoors.
-It has essentials (furnace, refrigerator, electric brakes, 3 spd fan), but light enough for some 4-cyl cars.
-Modifications include LED light conversion, extra LED lights, light weight awning, bike carrier, etc.
-It really is like new, needs nothing, and is ready to go.
-I have all original literature, documents, instructions and paperwork.
-Certified CAT scale documented weights (trailer, tongue, total).
Total weight of Scamp = 1460#. This is scamp axle 1240# + Scamp tongue 220” = 1460#