If you hunt, ski or snowmobile in remote areas, this trailer has a fully integrated Cummins-Onan 3600 MicroQuiet generator custom installed in the forward stowage compartment. I found out to late that only 5th wheeler and toy hauler trailers can be ordered with a generator. They were to big and expensive for me. No travel trailers are available with generators so I made one.

Also installed are three digital meters that display 12 volt battery voltage, 120 AC volts, 120 AC amp draw, and a Hertz meter. the 120 gauges work either on shore power or generator power. The 120 volt system is controlled by a automatic transfer switch that switches over in 30 seconds. There is 30 amps available and will power the AC and micro at the same time.

This was about a $2000 install.

I also added a Jack digital antenna to pick up some free over the air TV.
To help keep

the camper cool in the summer and warm in the winter, I fully insulated and sealed the pass-thru compartment. It had only the thin plywood between the interior and the compartment. The AC and heat are remote controlled.
The trailer was stored in a barn until I bought it in Aug.2013.

I added some shelves and upgraded all of the interior lights to LED's bulbs with a dimmer control. All of the exterior lights were replaced with LED lights (not just bulbs) to ease the electrical load on the tow vehicle. There's a queen size walk around bed and a jack knife sofa. The sofa is in the slide-out. it's a nice open floor plan. It has a fridge, freezer, 3 burner stove, micro, remote control A/C and heat, mini tub shower. Its wired for phone, cable, and satellite.

The trailer never had a leak. The interior and exterior are in excellent condition. The tires, brakes and wheel bearings are all in good shape and road ready. The weight distributing hitch is included.

I realize that it is more expensive than a typical trailer but its probably the only one out there with a internally mounted generator that is installed as good or better than if the factory installed it. I saw how it was installed in the Raptor and was not impressed.
The camper has been Winterized.

Of course you could hook it up to your house in case of a power failure or spend a night or two in it.

I'm looking to trade up to a small Class A or Class C.
Serious buyers are welcome to look it over, bring the wife/girl friend to check out the interior.
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