***PRICE REDUCED - Rare find – 1963 Vintage KenCraft Travel Trailer – fully renovated!

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Good (Four Stars) - No major mechanical or body problems, Wear is consistent with age, May not look new, but looks good, Good tires, Clean title
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•Custom exterior paint job
•New electrical wiring including battery that charges while towing
•New, modern water tank (10-gallon) and water pump
•Two beds – sleeps 4
•Gorgeous lighting
•Lots of storage – including custom rear compartment
•New flooring
•New self-contained toilet
•Storage space in the rear
o Sink
o Stove – 3-burner
o Oven
o Fridge
o Windows
•Reupholstered cushions on the banquet
•New propane tanks
•New tires – hub caps painted to match
•Spare tire
•Recently packed ball bearings
•New front jack
•Electric brakes
•Custom Sunbrella awning with poles
•External, heated shower and shower stall
•Fully stocked kitchen
o Plates
o Dutch oven
o Cast iron skillet
o Silverware
o Cups
o Bowls
o Plates
•Camping equipment
o Chairs
o Ax
o Grill
o Etc.
•Trailer cover
•4 scissor jacks
•2 levelers
• Tools
The creator of the Kenskill Kustom Kamper, Bill Kennedy, launched Ken-Craft in 1955. Ken-Craft was one of the first molded fiberglass trailers. The first Ken-Craft trailer was 18 foot long with no seams or joints due to the fiberglass construction. Bill choose fiberglass to reduce the weight of the trailer and it was extremely strong. The insulation properties of fiberglass is very good as well. All portions of the trailer are bonded together and it becomes extremely water tight.
Mid 60s models had a molded fiberglass tail section that wrapped around the rear end. It included a bump out truck – this was unique to Ken-Craft and gave them extra storage space.

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