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2007 Fleetwood Arcadia pop up tent trailer with TONS OF EXTRAS! - $8500 (Poulsbo)

2007 Fleetwood Arcadia pop up tent trailer with TONS OF EXTRAS! - $8500 (Poulsbo)



  2007 Fleetwood Arcadia pop up tent trailer with TONS OF EXTRAS! - $8500 Poulsbo
 

 
Ad id: 2707172139633424
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Date listed 1 month ago
Price
$8,500.00

** If you are reading this ad, that means the trailer is still available **

This is one amazing high wall pop up. IT HAS WELL OVER $1,000 IN EXTRAS THAT YOU WILL NOT NEED TO BUY! It has just about every amenity that a hard-sided trailer or motorhome has but without the added weight. It can be towed with an SUV! Everything is in working order. We have loved our cozy pop up trailer but it's now time to upgrade.

Here are some of the specs:
20 gal fresh water tank
20 gal grey water tank
9 gal black tank with full
level indicator
6 gal hot water tank (can run off of propane or electricity)
35 amp
Slide-out dinette
Double bowl kitchen sink with custom sink cover cutting board
Solid-wall enclosed bathroom
Box size 14'
GVWR 3970
Dry weight (UVW) 3075
A/C
16,000 btu furnace
4.5 cu ft refrigerator with stainless steel finish
0.7 cu ft microwave
Swagman Roof Rack

It has two king size beds on either end, the dinette folds down to the size of almost a full size bed. In addition, the couch folds down to almost a full sized bed. So depending on how many children and adults you have, this trailer could sleep up to 10 people! And with a toilet, shower, slide-out dinette, and air conditioning, you can't ask for much more luxury.

The trailer has a brand-new, stainless steel refrigerator (I paid $160.88) and brand-new microwave ($35.00). It also has a brand-new anode rod ($20.30). The wheel bearings were just greased last month. New propane hose fittings have also been added to the tanks. Also, new fuses have been replaced for the radio/CD player and for the converter.

All of the interior fabrics/curtains have been updated and customized. However, if that's not your style you can take the fabric off and the original fabric is underneath. It also has an upgrade of all interior lights being changed out to LED bulbs. We also custom made a shelving system to triple the storage space above the kitchen countertop, with a built in paper towel holder and trash bag holder.

I will also throw in a new outdoor shower tent (paid $49.97). You can use this in conjunction with the outdoor shower head and hose, located on the exterior of the trailer. We actually used it as a changing room with a plastic drawer bin inside the tent with our clothes in it. In fact, I'll even throw in the three drawer bin to keep your clothes in.

The end bunks have also been outfitted with solar blankets ($25 value) for the top to help keep the heat out as well as Reflectix insulation sheets that have been cut to the size of the bunk end windows ($46 value). Speaking of bunk ends, I will also add in a plush foam mattress topper along with a plush mattress cover that will turn one king-size bed end into feeling like you're sleeping on clouds! I also have a standard mattress pad/protector for the other king size bed. And if you would like, I will also throw in the king-size fitted and flat sheets for both bunk ends. I also have rigged up little hanging baskets for each person at their bunk end for a place to put glasses, keys, wallet, tissues, chapstick, phone, etc. that I will gladly give the new owner too.

Speaking of bunk ends, we modified the bottom of the bunk ends and added 4 towel racks to hang your wet bathroom/ beach towels or anything wet to dry. They clip back up into the bunk end when not in use or to fold the trailer down. As silly as it sounds, this small modification has been a game changer!

I also have a never-been-used Tote-N-Stor 38 gallon external towable waste tank (paid $163.24). This is especially good if you dry camp or are at a campsite for longer than a weekend so that you don't need to pull up chocks and take the trailer to the dump station (if your campsite doesn't already have a sewer hookup right on your site). Speaking of chocks, I will also add in a BAL tire leveler (retails on amazon for $83.25). This makes leveling the trailer a complete breeze.

For a really amazing add-on is the Swagman roof rack for bikes, kayaks, canoes, a raft or even extra cargo. The roof rack will hold 5-6 bikes. Included with the roof rack will be one kayak rack/holder ($26.95). We used this to carry the waste container tank on the top of the roof. (I paid $133.75 for the crossbars, uninstalled).

The trailer is missing its original awning. The previous owners said it ripped off during a wind gust. This seems to be pretty typical of the pop up trailers and their awnings ripping off. We chose not to replace the awning but you can for around $400. Instead, I will throw in a 10x10 pop up shade gazebo (paid $169.99). It comes with a "wall" you can attach to one side for privacy or blocking the sun. In addition, we purchased the coordinating screens that will go all the way around to keep out bugs. The screen has never been used (paid $38.45). I'll also throw in 2 gravity lounge chairs to put under the gazebo. Add a string of party lights and you'll be relaxing in no time!

In addition, I also have the original outside stove top that can slide onto a bracket on the exterior of the trailer for cooking outside. It has a quick release plug that feeds into the propane line to use for cooking. However, there is a leak somewhere and so if you do use this, you would need to unplug the hose anytime you are not using it so it will not drain your propane. So I don't want to say that it doesn't work because it does, and can be fixed but the easiest and cheapest solution is just to unplug it when you're not using it.

Speaking of cooking, I will throw in all of the bakeware for the oven. I have a cookie sheet, a casserole pan, a square cake pan, and a muffin tin. I also have an electric rice cooker/steamer and crockpot that I will leave in the trailer for you.

The trailer also will come with two portable plug-in fans/light combo that can be plugged into the interior lights and clipped onto the bunk end bars.

I will also throw in a cover that is great to use for winterizing. It does have a couple of tears in it (up near the tongue) but still covers the whole thing with plenty of coverage. (I paid $119.41).

In addition, the trailer will come with a standard hitch with the option to add on a 1"ball for a sway control bar if you choose to use one. This would be approximately a $50 value.

Believe it or not, there is probably more stuff that I am forgetting. As you can tell, this pop-up is one of the largest that has ever been made and is full of luxury items. The only thing you will need to do is pack the refrigerator and your clothes and you will be camping without buying all the extras because I have done it for you!

I also will give you the vinyl repair kit for any boo-boos that come along.

All owners have been non-smokers and the only pets inside have been one small hypo-allergenic dog. I have the original owners manual and a clean title for a new owner.

 
 
 
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