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2004 Trailmanor hard-sided pop-up camper - $7,000 (Kalispell)

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I have a 2004 Trailmanor 3023 for sale. Lightweight and small….but turns into spacious and ready for the family! This 2004 Trailmanor is a hard wall pop up unit (bear safe when the campground restrictions are on), giving you the space of a 30ft.+ trailer, without the size or the weight when you get on the road! Only 23 ft behind the truck, and 2915 LBS dry for easy towing! We normally get 17 MPG with our Suburban, 14 with the camper. Easy open pop up, set up takes less than 5 minutes!
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No canvas sidewalls, zippers and buttons. You can set up or take down in the rain without getting anything inside wet, no moldy canvas or water leaking through when you roll against it. Minimal effort design. Stay comfy like any other trailer, this unit has a FULL water system, complete with a toilet, shower, and 110V/propane water heater. It also has an 13.5K BTU A/C and heater and a 20K BTU furnace (kept us warm on a windy 10* North Dakota night). Front fold out couch bed. Center kitchen with plenty of storage, a sink, gas stove-top, oven, and 12V/110V/propane refrigerator (works great on propane). Rear queen bedroom area. Outside, a large crank out awning makes a great patio space. If you aren’t familiar with Trailmanor, they are constructed by sandwiching insulation between two sheets of aluminum (good insulating characteristics and no rubber roof to rot/degrade over time. The 2001? And newer ones are more desirable because the structure is made from Aluminum instead of wood. It also features a ton of windows compared to a standard camper. We bought this camper out of Wyoming in 2019, and it has been great for our family. We are looking to upgrade to a Skoolie or Class C. We also have 300 watts of solar that we put on our tow vehicle for easier positioning to catch sun but could be mounted to the camper. I converted the stabilizer jacks to use an impact gun or 3/8 ratchet for extension and retraction. Also comes with two full 20 lb propane tanks and an upgraded automatic changeover between them. I also put on an anti-sway bar and changed it over to LED lighting. Everything works except it has a plumbing leak somewhere in the rear of the camper from the previous owner (we didn’t use the water system at all). I have all the original owner's manuals. This model has every option except the swing around tongue and the microwave. We can work on the price but I will be keeping the solar set up.

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