For sale as a package are a 2007 Nissan Frontier 4x4 manual CrewCab longbed and a 2008 Four Wheel Camper, Eagle model.
Both are super clean and very well kept for their age, as they haven't been used heavily and I am very particular about taking care of cars/items We have two babies and seeking more comfort for the expanded family, so we are upgrading to a larger truck/camper - this is the perfect setup for 1-2 people (and sleeps up to 4), it's spacious and practical while low profile, we get 18-19mpg with the camper attached driving around 65-70mph. The truck is happy to go faster, even 80mph, but of course the mileage drops at those speeds. We're super sad to be selling it, but at least for the next few years camping with little kids, we need more space...
The truck has only 60,000 miles, a long bed crew cab 4x4, and has the 6-speed manual transmission. This is an extremely rare combination and took me 9 months of searching to find it originally (the truck was in Boise, Idaho and I am the second owner, the first was a 70+ year old couple who hardly used it and it was kept in a garage). Do your research, in my opinion it's a better truck than the Tacoma (and I own 2 other Toyotas), has a more powerful engine that's more fuel efficient, and the Tacoma was never available in a crew cab long bed with a manual transmission. The crew cab is pretty key even for 2 people, because the rear seats can be used for storage (so you can keep the camper clean and clutter-free, and easy to setup). Almost new tires, Goodyear Duratrac - great in the snow and all-around. Frequent oil changes with Mobil 1 synthetic oil, etc. etc. - again, the truck has been extremely well taken care of.
The camper is a 2008 Eagle model, and cost around 20,000 new. It has the following options:
- Extended cabover bed (Queen size)
- Electric water pump
- 2-year old Waeco CR-65 65L 12V DC fridge
- Solar panel, aux battery
- Screen door
- Power fan vent
- Front opening window
- 8' side awning (Fiama)
- Rear flood lights
- Yakima rack
- Rear wall steps
- LED interior lights
- Factory hydraulic assist lifting system
- Forced air propane furnace with electric thermostat
- Smart battery tender
- I also have reflectix wraps for insulation for winter camping
Edited by PeterV, 10 December 2015 - 06:01 AM.