Best suited for 2 people, 3 would be a crowd. Please read ad thoroughly before asking questions.
I have a one of a kind sportsman trailer. Originally built in Port Coquitlam in 1974 by Wright manufacturing, and rebuilt in Port Coquitlam in 2021. I've never seen anything like it. It's a very light fiberglass trailer that I've completely gutted and rebuilt. Taken down to shell, repaired all fiberglass from inside. Replaced all body mounts. Although fiberglass was in decent shape I painted the roof with 5 coats of elastomeric snow guard paint.
Re framed walls and added extra insulation, Windows came out and were re sealed. Back door completely rebuilt. 1/4 inch plywood walls with fresh paint all around. All new wiring throughout, tail lights fed through inside complete with ground conductor (not frame ground).
It is about 10x6 feet and only 5 feet tall inside with a pop up standing area over the entrance way. Decent ground clearance and only 7 feet tall off the ground outside. Great for off grid camping.
The pop up is a 310 watt solar panel feeding a 105AH deep cycle battery through a 20 amp charge controller. All new LED lights throughout, 2 dimmable bedside lights with usb ports built in, one light over the countertop, and 2 outdoor lights switched separately. All switched from main console. Indoor outdoor boss audio Marine stereo with Bluetooth. Sounds great.
Original propane furnace and 2 burner stove tested and refurbished. 12v ports inside and out for 12v cooler (not included) or charging devices. You could even use a heated blanket to pre heat bed. New countertop and built in cabinet for storage.
I removed the dinette and replaced with a 6 inch memory foam Queen bed in the form of 2 narrow twin mattress. 60x75 total, takes queen fitted sheet. Bed is on a hydraulic lift system for easy access to underneath storage and electronics board.
Can sit comfortably at end of bed and stand up for changing. Warm cozy place to sleep, put on coffee or oatmeal in the morning. I wouldn't say this is a trailer you would hang out inside for the most part, although 2 people could sit on the end of the bed.
This is great for a couple or single who want a minimalistic comfortable trailer to sleep in and store all their gear. Very light weight could be towed by almost anything. Unsure of exact weight.
Asking $15,000 obo. I have a lot of time and money into this build. Wiggle room on price will depend entirely on interest generated. Only willing to negotiate price after you've seen it. If you are interested come have a look and make an offer.