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Used smaller fiberglass. Private Seller

10 months ago Trailer Wanted  Hobbs, NM 264 Views 1 Watching
Title: Used smaller fiberglass.
Country:United States
State or Province:NM
City: Hobbs
Type of Sale:Private Seller
Listed:10 months ago
Location: Hobbs, NM
Price : Make Offer

I am looking for a used scamp, casita etc that is mechanically sound and close to new mexico.

Thank you


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Posted by Jon in AZ (10 months ago)

“Smaller” is relative. An actual length and/or weight range would avoid misunderstanding, as well as desired features, like a bathroom, etc. Best wishes in your search.

Posted by thrifty bill (10 months ago)

AC? Furnace? Refrigerator? Toilet? 13 foot (which only has a 10 foot trailer body)? 16 foot? 17 foot? Four season or just three? Minimum interior height (some are short, taller campers tend to shy away from those)? To my friends with the 43 foot motorhome, my 19 foot Escape looks tiny. In the world of molded FG, its one of the bigger ones. The 13 foot trailers, particularly the older ones, are more likely to have few if any of the featured I mentioned above. But they also be the lightest in weight, opening more possibilities on tow vehicles.

Posted by cecil gray (10 months ago)

Thank you for the insight and recommendations. This was my first post and appreciate any tips, tricks and knowledge. John

Posted by cecil gray (10 months ago)

I am seeking a 13 to 16 foot fiberglass camper. Scamp, casita, burro etc. I am not very mechanical so in older model it would need to be updated on axle, electric etc. Interior does not matter. I am 6 ft tall so the tiny tear drops are not an option. Thank you. John

Posted by cecil gray (10 months ago)

A/C and heat is a must.

Posted by Kai in Seattle (10 months ago)

cecil: do you plan to travel only where there is shore power and water, or will you hope to go out into the boondocks and be entirely self-sufficient...and if so, for how long? That matters, too, particularly for A/C and propane use.

Posted by cecil gray (10 months ago)

Never thought of that but would like to be self sufficient. Thank you

Posted by ZonieMalonie (10 months ago)

Hi John Greetings from 4 Corners. Your post said you're looking for a technically sound used fiberglass travel trailer. I just posted my 17' Casita Spirit Deluxe and wanted to let you know. It's in great shape and road read. You can see the add for the Casita listed in Phoenix--but I am really closer to Gallup , NM altho system wouldn't let me input. Take a look at my ad and let me know what your think. All the best, Zonie Maloney

Posted by ZonieMalonie (10 months ago)

I changed the closest city to ALBQRQUE since it's only 3/5 hours away while Phoenix is 5-6 . So If you decide to do a search--look for the 2004 Spirit Deluxe located close to Alburquerque--Thanks

Posted by obdogs (10 months ago)

I have a 2010 Casita 13' Patriot in excellent condition I bought from the original owner in December of last year. I'm in San Diego.

Posted by martin quintero (10 months ago)

Casita for sale

Sir I saw your post that your interested in a Casita in NM well I just happen to have on it just up the road from you in Portales NM if you have not found one yet you can contact me at [email][email protected][/email] for more info . Thank you for your time.

Posted by JPF (8 months ago)

I am located in North Salt Lake City, Utah and I listed a 17 ft burro about a week ago. Ready to go! Check it out and let me know what you think.. Feedback in always welcome.. Have a great day!

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