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Vintage Small Trailer, 1972 Sprite Travel Trailer

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Vintage Small Trailer, 1972 Sprite Travel Trailer For Sale

Found this one interesting vintage small camper trailer that was made by Sprite in 1972 being offered in Craigslist about 18 days ago for $1600 located in North Vancouver Municipality in British Columbia, Canada. If you're looking something unique and simple to making fun on holiday session with your couple it could be perfect, nice vintage setup is said good overall but with repairs needed at some point.

Vintage Small Trailer, 1972 Sprite Travel Trailer

As shown here is an 12' long travel trailer only about 900 lbs mostly vehicles can pulled him including your classic car. That could be perfect start to restoration project while waiting for the summer to come.

1962 Sprite Travel Trailer
condition: fair
size / dimensions: 12'

Owner Says
Small 1972 Sprite Travel Trailer. Similar in size and layout to a Boler or Trillium trailer. Great for camping, festivals and general loafing around. Just got back from a 3000 km trip through the Kootenays with no issues.

Working 3-way fridge, 3 burner stove, electric/handpump sink, furnace. Sweet tape deck. Table folds into a bed that sleeps two.

About 12' long and dry weight is about 900 lbs. Can be pulled by most vehicles.

I put new tires on last year and they are still in great shape. Deep cycle battery is one year old. Trailer bed is solid. The body and shell are battered but serviceable.

The trailer did have some water damage at some point, and the entire front wall has been ripped out, reinsulated and replaced. One side wall has also been stripped, reinsulated and had new laminate applied and another is in the process of being replaced. It does not currently leak.

The trailer lights work but the wiring has a short. I have jerry rigged a duct tape, zip ties and tow light solution to keep it rolling, but the results are hilariously hideous and you will probably want to rewire.

The foam is good and comfortable and we redid the cushion covers this year.

Basically, this is a beat up old cute/ugly trailer that is super fun, comfortable and totally useable as is but could use a whole bunch of love. A full restore is probably out of the question for this little guy, but it could definitely be whipped into better shape by a handy person.

I had this posted up a few weeks ago and was underwhelmed by the amount of my time that got eaten up dealing with flakes, no-shows, low-ballers and tire kickers. I love these little trailers just like you do and met a lot of nice people with cool stories about them but please be respectful of my time and don't ask me to show it unless you are able to show up on time with money and the ability to take it away.

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