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FS: '81 20 Ft. Santa Rosa Travel Trailer Camper - $2,500

Postby OliverG » Sun Jul 31, 2005 5:05 pm

81 20' Santa Rosa Travel Trailer Camper - $2,500
Fully Self-Contained - Everything works - Toilet, Bathroom and Kitchen Sinks, Stove, Oven, Refrigerator, Water Heater, Furnace, AC, etc.

Spend time at Sherman Island in comfort or do a North Coast roadtrip!

Sleeps up to 4, but roomy and ideal for a couple.
Bathroom with new toilet, sink and tub/shower.
Ceiling-mounted 110V AC blows very cold.
Kitchen area with stove, oven, double sink and new refrigerator (Over $1,000 installed - Propane
110V/12V)
4 New Tires & Spare
Roof-mounted photo-voltaic solar panels connected to onboard deep cycle battery. No charging needed from any other source. (These were $500 installed)
Am/fm Stereo Cassette.
Lots of cabinet space and storage. The bed's quite large as shown in the pics.
Registered to July 2006.

Ready to go. Stored in Richmond near 580/Richmond Pkwy. Selling because the wife and I upgraded to a newer, larger camper recently.

Email or call Oliver at 925-518-4067 during the day.

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Postby OliverG » Mon Aug 01, 2005 5:26 pm

Sold!

A guy showed up with his wife in a black 4 door Benz and layed out the cash and is picking it up in his Range Rover tomorrow. They're going to take it to Mexico to live in while building a place.

Thanks Craiglist!
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Postby Big Al » Mon Aug 01, 2005 9:23 pm

Congrats Ollie. I don't know anything about campers, but it seemed to me like you were asking way too little for it. Your camper was cheaper than two new North Kites!
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Postby Keeping it real...... » Tue Aug 02, 2005 11:31 am

Yeah, but two new North kites provide many hours of sublime joy while and the camper can be a lot of work.......
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Postby OliverG » Tue Aug 02, 2005 6:25 pm

That may be, but you can't take two new North kites to a place like this up North (no pun intended) and cook, eat, sleep, shower and chill out in them. ;) Camper's are actually very little work unless you pick up a heap in the first place.

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