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Mike #1

2001 Corsair 10' 8" Pickup Camper

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Original Owner, non-smoking, Aluminum construction, Fiberglass siding, cloth interior, sleeps 4, Fiberglass roof, Swing out electric jacks w/remote for super duty trucks, Oven, Booth Dinette, Refrigerator w/Freezer, Double Sink, Enclosed Bathroom, Shower, Toilet, Queen Bed, huge insulated skylight ,Water Heater – Gas, Heated Holding Tanks, Basement Storage, 25,000 BTU Furnace W/Elec.Ign. Ducted heat, 32 Amp Power Converter W/Batt.Charger

Excellent condition

Fits a 8’ truck bed

Tons of storage room

Compare to Lance or Bigfoot

Retail $29,000

Asking $14,000

Mike 651-324-2585

E-mail for more info mgfishingathotmaildotcom

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I have updated pics.

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Just a FYI:

The camper does have a 11,000 BTU Air Conditioner and is very well insulated and perfect for hunting also.

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Whats it weigh?

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3,200 lbs

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where are you located?

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Woodbury.

You can give me a call if you have any questions.

651-324-2585

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Still available

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ttt

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Still for sale

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