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2004 Camel Camper Trailer
« on: April 30, 2020, 06:29:36 PM »
2004 Camel camper trailer

Hervey Bay, Queensland

$5000 ono

Photos will be uploaded tomorrow

Registered until May 2021

Fully galvanised offroad trailer with electric brakes
Led number plate and tail lights
Ozhitch coupling
Stone Stomper stone guard
Extra large Checkerplate Toolbox
2x 100a/h deep cycle batteries
Anderson plug
60l Water tank
Spare wheel
Pole carrier
9kg & 4kg gas bottle holders
2 × jerry can holders

Custom Build Drifta Kitchen and Storage Box
Drifta pullout kitchen- large benchspace with a Coleman L.P.G burner and water hand pump and plenty of storage built in
Drifta storage box - runs full length of trailer, giving loads of storage space. Also has a set of drawers built into the front of it.

Canvas is in very good condition for its age. No tears etc. Have had no leaks, even in some pretty torrential rain.
Roof has custom made insulation- makes a huge difference in keeping inside cool during summer.
Fully enclosable annex if needed.

Dimable Led strip lighting inside with removable led lights for outside
Cigarette plugs inside plus anderson plug outside to connect fridge, solar panels etc.

Includes ropes, pegs and sand pegs and poles, ensuite pop up tent and few extras

Unlike the majority of camper trailers today the main tent section can be setup in less than 5 minutes only needing 2 poles, a spreader bar and a couple of guy ropes making it ideal for any overnight stops. The annex takes an extra 10 minutes to setup ( without the walls) and the kitchen can be fully setup in about 10 minutes. Pack up is roughly the same amount, maybe give a few minutes

If you're wanting a strong aussie built camper and not an imported Chinese one that is not going to fall apart at the first sign of a dirt road than look no further. Will pretty much go anywhere your car will go.

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