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    1965 kencraft, in storage at big river. we used this trailer for about 20 years and finally upsized. center aisle with a bed on each side, bath in the back, kitchen and dinette/sleeper up front. a/c. everything works. great for a family of 3 on a budget.

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    All the pipes on the floor are for the awning. All REAL wood interior...not that particle board shit with wood grain stickers like the new trailers come with. Everything works, except the water tank...it was shot when we bought it 20 years ago, so we bypassed it. Last year when the original tires exploded...nobody would touch the split rims LOL, so we got new tires/rims...the trailer is stored in Big River. There is a little evidence of water damage on the ceiling above the door and a bit in right front corner ceiling of the trailer. It's been there since we bought it and we've since fixed the leaky heater vent (above the door) and resealed the seam at the front. Comes with a window A/C that keeps it way too cold inside, and a pole awning setup that uses a regular old tarp and bungees. also, we installed a 12V converter so all the 12V stuff works without the need for a battery. We drag it up the hill into storage and down the hill into the park every year with a V6 toyota pickup or a mini-van....so it's easy to move around. Dunno if I'd tow it across the country, but it's a great trailer to leave at the river. We'd still be using it if it wasn't for our kid and 2 dogs, which make it just a bit too cozy...we tried it once, it was a stupid idea.
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