Should sell fast..so message me your cell if you want to see it today and I will call you to set up a time in Hays, KS to check it out.
1966 West camper which is lightweight (guessing 4,000 pounds) yet roomy sleeps 5 , solid floor and roof. Could be used for family, starter camper or hunting, etc. and the camper called a 1966 West and it is 24 feet long.
I will not go any lower than $475 since it is well worth this so just wanted to let you know upfront.. so thank you in advance for not asking what my bottom dollar is since it is $475.
I just bought two new tires for $150 and a spare rim that cost $50 and the other two tires have good tread on them. That is $200 alone just in new tires and a spare rim and a new roof vent for $22.
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First one with cash gets this and it should go fast and I have a clean title which is needed to tag and register it properly and it does not cost much at all per year on these older campers. It could sleep 5 total adults (one one on the floor) since it has an open layout in that main room and this 1966 beauty is not perfect looking, but neither are you;) and you might also be a steal if you were sold for only $475.
Like all older campers it had some slight water get in a few spots, but this slight water marks on this camper did not hurt it's structure at all, but rather just some of the thing wood which can just be left like it is.
The campers roof, floor, are solid, but the back right wall where the toilet used to be will need to be sealed up which should be easy.
The camper has sat for years so you would have to check the water system out and it has the copper lines since it is an old classic.
I have no clue if the furnace or water heater works or refidgerator also. The bathroom and shower in the back need to be hooked up and some staples or screws need to be put in the side back aluminum part back by the bathroom just to secure it since it seperated a little bit. I just left it alone so the new owner can do it how they prefer. It should not take but a few minutes to secure this back.
You could always purchase a small window AC unit and stick it in one of the windows. A few windows right by the front door are cracked, but I put some waterproof clear tape on them so they will hold up fine unless you want to replace them with clear plexiglass from ABC siding and aluminum in Hays or just glass or leave them they way they are.
Just purchased a new tire for it and have a extra rim in case you want to get a tire for a spare.
Furniture is in great shape...and I would suggest whoever gets this to spend $49 bucks on two cans of rubber roof sealant(Henry's Tropicool at Home Depot) which goes on easy and cures in 24 hours. It is easy to coat a roof like this and it could use one just to be safe.
Then I would suggest spending $35 on Eternabond in gray at Amazon...and just use that for the corner end caps and you will have this thing sealed for years down the road. I have a roll of the gray Eternabond if you want to buy it from me.
Please message me your cell phone number if you want to look at this and buy this...and I will call you. Thank you!