Up for grabs is one of my favorite trailers ever a 1956 Scotty. The 1950s were the best trailers in terms of style and quality materials. This camper is made of aluminum, steel, glass and solid teak. For those of you looking for plastic, styrofoam, slide outs and flat screen TVs please look elsewhere. Cute and classic on the outside and complete redone in solid teak on the inside. This is solid teak not veneer. This is a unique trailer with a high quality build that any boat builder would be jealous of. You can pull this with any SUV, minivan and maybe even a Subaru Outback or Forester. Small on the outside but big on the inside: Full size bed comfortably sleeps two adults, dropped floor with standing space for kitchen, porta-potty closet with vanity mirror cabinets and hooks to hang your items, cute kitchen with blue enamel counters, pump sink and water tank,1950s original 2 burner stove and matching original icebox. Under bed storage is accessible while inside the camper or via 3 exterior hatches. All doors and hatches share the same key. The two teak night stands have drawers and pull out counters so you can have breakfast in bed. Has 2" receiver on the rear bumper for a bike rack, cargo box or accessory. Propane tank runs the stove, water tank for the pump sink, lights and fan run off the battery. 7 pin trailer light connection with a standard 2" ball. I can include the sway bar and 2" ball with drop that will work for most SUVs. She has the original black plates and qualifies for PTI with the DMV so registration will only be $10 every 5 years. Title is in my name.
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