We are selling our restored 1969 Alaskan Camper. The camper is a 10' long truck-bed-slide-in, hard-sided, insulated pop-up. It is currently mounted to a steel subframe making it suitable for a flatbed. We highly suggest you have 3/4 ton+ truck with at least an 8' long bed to haul it. Another option for this set up would be mounting it to a small trailer with 3500 lb axle for a great tow behind camper suitable for a smaller truck. The camper is currently mounted to a subframe which will come with a 2" receiver hitch (perfect for a bike rack to keep you bikes high out of harms way!), four camper jacks with mounts and two tool boxes (one is 18"x18"x36" and one is 12"x14"x8' - great for skis, gear and tools!). The sub frame can be removed and the camper can fit a regular truck bed with ease. Listed price includes the subframe. If you are interested in the camper without the subframe, we are willing to negotiate a price. It came from a non-smoking, dog friendly family. The skin-off restoration included: full replacement of all rotting and damaged wood, refinishing of all interior wood (more details available), new seals in the hydraulic lift system, new floor, new curtains and cushions, new propane heater, new 20 gallon water tank, renovation to permanently loft the bed, increase
storage space and provide a dog nook, addition of a custom made table, bench seat, and cooler drawer. The table swivels and can be raised up and stowed over the bed. The cooler drawer was built to hold a fully loaded 65L Yeti cooler (Cooler is not included). More details of the process and materials used are available upon request.
The camper is not currently wired for any inside electricity. Included are three LED battery powered lights and one string of LED battery powered twinkle lights. They are currently mounted inside and provide a functional amount of light for any adventure.
Located in Gunnison, CO. Delivery negotiable within the state.
Please send serious offers only. Measurements and additional information are available upon request.
Edited by Bracow23, 18 October 2018 - 02:59 AM.