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Excellent (Five Stars) - Looks brand new, No signs of wear, New tires, Maintained very well, Flaw-free body, Clean title
Delivery possible, depending upon distance.
More InformationThis is a 1935 (possible '36, but no later than '37) Royal Coaches tear drop trailer manufactured in Sturgis, Mi.
Camper has been professionally restored to factory condition using original parts and materials; the only modifications are the addition of a right-side brake light/turn indicator (matches the original left side with correct part, not a re-pop), and the rear bumper has been chromed and was originally black; done for safety and aesthetics, respectively.
The exterior wood panels and the vinyl covering have been replaced due to wear and tear on original surfaces, and the camper has been "frame off" restored back to "new" condition. All components have been restored to working order, including the suspension which was also rebuilt during the restoration process. Ice box in rear "kitchen" area uses ice, also includes a period correct picnic table, cutting board, water tank, flower container and storage area.
Camper's dimensions are 4' X 10', not the usual 4' X 8" normally found for this type of camper.
Clean Michigan title in hand.
This camper has NEVER BEEN USED since restoration. You will be the very first person to sleep in it.
More pictures upon request.
No trades, please.
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