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Fair (Three Stars) - May have some mechanical issues, May have faded paint or dents, Definitely looks used but is still a safe vehicle
1500 lbs dry
More InformationIf you have ever looked longingly at an Airstream but wanted something that is more the size and weight of a Scamp or Trillium, then this 1972 Alumacoach 14’ Mini-Cruiser might be the trailer for you. A piece of Canadian RV history, the Alumacoach was made in Richmond, BC and this Mini-Cruiser is one of only two known to still be on the road. Lovingly renovated over the past decade the trailer has marmoleum flooring, two-burner SMEV stove, Dometic 3-way fridge, Fantastic Fan, water pump, updated upholstery, pole and rope awning, new tires with moon hubcaps, 100 Watt flexible solar panel mounted on the roof, solar controller, updated electrical converter, pex plumbing, stereo, LED lighting and a Gerard on-demand hot water tank (not fully hooked up). At approx 1,500 dry weight and only 6 feet wide it is easy to tow.
The perfect companion for stylish outdoor adventurers or those looking to stand out in the campground. The interior height is 6 feet and the dinette folds down to create 54 x 72 inch bed. There is a surprising amount of storage throughout. The trailer does not have a furnace but the wiring is still in place if you wish to put one in.
Of course, this is a vintage trailer and, like anything over 45 years old, it has some bumps, blemishes, baggage and quirks. We have treated it well over the past decade and it has never let us down. Now someone else can take the mantle and make “Cecilia” their own.
Serious inquiries only. Trailer is located in Cranbrook, BC, Canada.
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