2004 Funfinder T-139 trailer for sale! Photos: https://mohave.craigslist.org/rvs/d/...539599987.html
•30-gallon water tank +Atwood LP gas water heater w/electric ignition
•Dometic Duo-Therm air conditioning unit 11k BTU (that kicks ass)
•Atwood 2-burner LP gas stove (used it last time I had it out)
•Sink (new faucets)
•Atwood LP gas furnace (16k BTU)
•Thetford RV toilet with shower/toilet combo
•Sharp microwave oven (use it every time I take it out)
•Refrigerator (next to the bed - great for hangover mornings)
•60x80 bed (that converts to dining area w/table)
•Tons of storage (like... tons - and even a small hanging closet)
•Grey and black water tank, 12 gal each
•Exterior shower (never used)
•Inverter/power converter (32 amps)
•Interstate battery, 2 years old
•Awning (needs new canvas - very inexpensive)
BRAND NEW STILL-IN-THE-BOX ADCO COVER COMES WITH THE TRAILER!
Length: 14' 9"
Ext. height: 8' 1"
Int height: 6' 4"
Dinette bed size: 60 x 80
Axle weight: 1530 lbs
Dry weight: 1680 lbs
GVWR: 3150 lbs
Cargo capacity: 1470 lbs
EVERYTHING WORKS! Brand new exterior graphics. Put new water pump in last year. This is light enough that you an tow with virtually anything. I retro-70's the trailer out, but have all the original blue curtains and can very easily un-retro it if desired. (Last photo is showing the original blue/white upholstery.)
Disclaimer: I had front-end water damage from caulking that dried up and had the front fully stripped and replaced by a reputable travel repair guy in town. The front is brand new insulation, wood and Filon. I did not put the front window back in because that's where 99% of all leaks occur.
Sad face, I haven't used it in 2 years; she needs to go to a new home where she can be used and loved. Contact me for details or to see it.
FYI: My insurance renewal came - $123/year for full coverage. Registration was $24.74.