I ordered my 13 Scamp from the factory and picked it up myself in 2017, since then we've had some health problems in our extended family so have only been out camping probably six times. The trailer looks brand new, smells brand new inside, no issues whatsoever with it. It is the standard layout 1 with front bunks, and the bed is the "big bed" option. Brown interior. ALWAYS garaged except for maybe the 18 or 19 nights we've been out. Polished and waxed every year.
Other options gas water heater with the water system (which has never been used!), the stinky slinky is in it's tube but not mounted to the scamp as those discolor over time, super fan, 1.9 cu ft fridge, upgraded battery, electric brakes, spare tire, gravel shield, leveling jacks, screen door, extra cabinets, porch light, vinyl floor, backsplash behind the stove, stove cover, wheel for front hitch, propane gauge on the tank, electric water pump, extra outlets, extra lights......In addition, and I'm sure I'll miss something but I'll throw in a lot of extras that you'll find you might want to buy down the road anyway - I have a 3 wheel dolly with a ball on it, used for if you want to manually move the Scamp (great for those tight places), a RV surge protecter for 30AMP cord, a heavy duty 30 AMP extension cord, my Tekonsha electric brake controller....hook it up and you are ready to go, electric brake away installed, 4 wheel chocks, may even throw in my Curt adjustable hitch which is awesome as it works on multiple vehicles.
Sorry but no I won't do a payment plan or loan, etc. - will be only a cash deal, I'm starting at $12,000 and likely won't accept something less than that, but if you want to lock it up quick then go above $12K and you'll have a great trailer for this camping season.
I'm in a suburb south of Denver Colorado.