FS: Enclosed Camping Trailer
I fixed and rebuilt this trailer for those days when I didn't want to take my Lance truck camper out. I still enjoy tent camping and wanted to have a trailer capable to go off-road and carry all my gear. The old wood (floor and walls) were removed and replaced. Wall and ceiling insulation was installed. All exterior lights were replaced with LEDs and new wiring. It is equipped for 12V and 110; it has interior lights for both systems. It can be used to sleep inside if you wish. It has 2 side windows with screens and a roof vent with screen. I think that an RTT would be a great addition to it, but never got to do that. Shelves and/or a rear kitchen would be great things to add. I installed 2 RV style porch lights on each side. In addition, it has a front battery mount, junction box, solar panel trickle charger and a rear 2" hitch received. The battery is old and need to be replaced.
The trailer is very light. The frame and walls are aluminum. The walls show that it has been used. There are no leaks of any kind. When I rebuilt it, I used the best RV sealant available in the market. Expensive but really good. It's what I use in my RV. The color of the trailer is black, painted with Rustoleum truck bed liner for protection and durability.
The tires are old and dry, but they still work very well. It comes with a spare tire and 2 five gallons fuel tanks mounted on each side.
Random example pictures of the work done is attached.
I'm asking $1,600 OBRO. I am relocating overseas and can't take it with me.
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