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Hunter Compact Private Seller

1 month ago Trailer for Sale  Virginia Beach, VA 700 Views 1 Watching
Price: $3,500

SOLD 1974 Hunter Compact II SOLD

HOW FUN IS THIS! Sold

Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.

I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore.

If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!

I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago.

Thank You for looking.


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Additional Details

  • Make: Hunter
  • Model: Compact

 

Revision Date: 2019-09-17 00:35:06
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<p>1974 Hunter Compact II SOLD</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS! Sold</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><p>I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago. </p><p>Thank You for looking.</p> <p>SOLD 1974 Hunter Compact II SOLD</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS! Sold</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><p>I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago. </p><p>Thank You for looking.</p>

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Revision Date: 2019-09-17 00:33:18
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<p>1974 Hunter Compact II</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS!</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><p>I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago. </p><p>Thank You for looking.</p> <p>1974 Hunter Compact II SOLD</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS! Sold</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><p>I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago. </p><p>Thank You for looking.</p>

Revision Date: 2019-08-29 00:23:26
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<p>1974 Hunter Compact II</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS!</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><p>I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago. My email is: lelupa1 at yahoo dot com If you email me I can send the links. </p> <p>1974 Hunter Compact II</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS!</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><p>I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago. </p><p>Thank You for looking.</p>

Revision Date: 2019-08-29 00:21:46
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<p>1974 Hunter Compact II</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS!</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adaptor for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><h2><br /></h2> <p>1974 Hunter Compact II</p><p>HOW FUN IS THIS!</p><p>Every time I take her out I get lots of comments/compliments because most people have never seen one. This model/brand is one of the lightest fiberglass campers out there. I have never weighed her, but it is very light approx. 1,000lbs . The previous owner stated that he pulled it with a Toyota Corolla and I have pulled it with a 4 cylinder Jeep Renegade through the mountains of WV no bog down or engine overheating issues. It has two spare tires/rims, 30 amp cord and adapter for connecting to extension cord , black water hose new not in box but I never used it , propane tank although, I have never hooked it up or used the propane, water or toilet facilities because I typically used campground facilities and electricity . The electrical system has held up, I have run the air conditioner and a heater in it. I have not run the microwave, I would have removed it eventually. For me a microwave is not a micro camper thing. The sink drain the connector to the plumbing does need replaced salt got in the drain and eroded it . I do not have the skills to replace the sink drain but an entire sink is approx. 50 dollars. The brown "stuff" on the wall in the bathroom is old adhesive btw The fiberglass is in good shape, no cracks or holes, however, it is in need of painting. Remember, this gal is 45 years old.</p><p>I love this camper but I moved and I do not have a proper place to store it anymore. </p><p>If you have any questions or would like additional photos or video feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking!</p><p>I do have links to the blog where a gentleman did some refurbishment on this about 5 years ago and the link to the original ad where I purchased the camper approx 3 years ago. My email is: lelupa1 at yahoo dot com If you email me I can send the links. </p>

Revision Date: 2019-08-29 00:15:52
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Posted by Anne MP (1 month ago)

Hello, is your trailer still for sale? If so, are there any leaks around the window? The pop-top? Does it have brakes? How old is the fabric around the pop-top? Do all lights work inside and out? Thanks much, Anne

Posted by lelupa1 (1 month ago)

Hi, send me a message. It won't let me post a link to the extra pics here. Still available, no brakes, original pic top on pop up.

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