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2014 Phoenix Pop-Up Truck Camper - $18000 (Galena IL)

2014 Phoenix Pop-Up Truck Camper - $18000 (Galena IL)



  2014 Phoenix Pop-Up Truck Camper - $18000 Galena IL
 

 
Ad id: 1609172381818536
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Date listed 2 months ago
Price
$18,000.00

2014 Phoenix Pop Up Truck Camper - Manufactured by Coyote RV, Inc. (Denver CO)

This aerodynamic pop up truck camper has everything you need for off-the-grid camping, but in a compact package that allows you to get deep into the back country. The compact design is ideal for traveling through challenging terrain and camping in restrictive campgrounds or areas. The aerodynamic design is also easy on the gas mileage, even when traveling at interstate speeds.

Here is a link to the manufacturer: http://phoenixpopup.com/

The model is a Phoenix Pop PULSE SC with many, many extras, including:

1) Triple layer insulated liner
2) Double welded "pro-flex" aluminum frame
3) Wet bath with hand held shower nozzle and separate solar powered vent/light
4) Cassette toilet with separate 5 gallon water supply tank and 7 gallon waste tank
5) 20 gallon fresh water tank
6) Plat Cat power vented Catalytic heater
7) On demand instant water heater
8) 20 lb propane tank
9) Combination sink and two burner stove
10) 2-way refrigerator w/ freezer compartment
11) Deep cycle battery with complete wiring system
12) 100 watt solar battery charging system with automatic charge controller
13) "Fantastic" powered roof fan/vent (reversible)
14) Front to back queen sized bed with storage underneath (hydraulic lift) and along each side (locking)
15) Air conditioner
16) Deadbolt locking outer door with screened inner door
17) Side dinette that can be converted to small sleeping area (great for kids or pets)
18) 8 foot crank out owning with underside LED lighting
19) DVD/TV/Cable hook ups with AM/FM/CD/DVD stereo system and fold down flat screen TV
20) Permanent ladder for roof access
21) Two very high lumen rear flood lights, switched from inside the camper
22) 12v LED ceiling light fixtures
23) Four corner jacks (removable)

The electrical system allows for power supply or battery charging from either: a) the roof top solar panel; b) the truck's alternator via the trailer charge; or c) 110v shore power. Everything in the camper (except the AC) can be run via the battery or solar panel. The AC requires 110v shore power. We have camped for extended periods of time without any shore power or a generator.

The camper is easy to set up and take down. I can pop the roof up or drop it down for travel in a couple of minutes. This is great if you want to break camp and drive somewhere for the day or go out for a nice breakfast.

The camper is pretty easy to mount or dismount from the truck, and usually takes me less than 1 hour. Just connect/disconnect the tie-down straps and raise/lower the jacks. A rechargeable drill makes raising/lowering the jacks a snap). The tie-down straps connect to the truck's standard bed cleats - no extra or external tie-downs are needed.

We use the camper with a Ford F150 Supercab with a standard 5.5 foot bed, but it should fit most full size trucks. The base of the camper (i.e., the portion that sits in the truck bed between the wheels wells) measures about 48" wide x 64" long. The rear panel that sits just in front of the tailgate measures ~58.5" wide.

This camper has served us well, including a recent trip to the Canadian Rockies and a week at the Brimfield antique show. But our traveling plans have changed and we don't expect to be camping again in the foreseeable future.

The original cost of the camper was $30,998.00, and was built for us in September 2014. The camper is in excellent condition with very few signs of wear.

Clear title in hand.

We are asking $18,000.00.

We live in Galena, IL 61036.

Please contact me at if you are interested or have questions.

Mike

 
 
 
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