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SOLD !!! 2001 Skamper pop-up camper trailer, fixerupper, $ 800.00 SOLD !!!

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2001 Skamper pop up campert trailer.

It was turned over in a storm, interior is in good conditions, needs 4 new legs for the top and cover fixed plus a little of sewing.

It has refrigerator, heater, 3 burner gas stove, water hookup, 110v hookup and inverter.

It won't take much to fix it up, otherwise add straight sides and you have a nice fishhouse trailer.

Price at $ 800.00 located near Faribault, email for more pictures.

SOLD !!!!!!!!!

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Anybody interested ?

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How many does it sleep?

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They always say too many, which in this case I believe it's 6 (including the dining table) but I am sure 4 will be comfortable on each "wing". It's a standard popop camper.

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is it still available, do you have any more pics of the damage that will need repair. Thanks

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Yes, I still have it here, send me an email through my web site and I will send more pics.

Thanks

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I need this out of the yard.

$ 500.00 and it's yours, I really don't want to part it out, i don't have time. Just with the appliances inside you will be able to set up a nice fishouse (refrig, stove, heater, electrical panel)

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I had a pop up camper that I converted to a fishhouse a couple years ago and it worked great. Light and well built. We added straight walls to the side, bolted the original roof to the top, placed some removable hubs on it with a straight axle through the frame and...wallah! We had an ice house. Wasn't hard to do and made a pretty good profit when I sold it.

If I didn't have an ice house already, (or a wife that says NO all the time) this would be a good project that could make a really nice house.

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SOLD !!!!!!!!! Thank you Jeff, good luck !!!!!!!!!

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