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2012 Custom Built Custom Built for sale by Owner - Hanover, MD

$7,000 $6,000 USD - OBO
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FOR SALE: Custom Built Toy Hauler for Special Needs Persom
Toy Haulers / Hanover, MD

Custom Build Toy Hauler For A Special Needs Person.

Well Thought Out! Simple! Rugged! Easy To Pull! Hitch Load Bars Not Needed!

Sadly, I No Longer Need It. And I Must Sell It Soon!

My name is Don, and I love riding my motorcycles off road doing the camping experience. My son Donald, did do. I have to say "did" because he passed 18 January 2016. Which is why I no longer need this camper, and have to sell it.
Donald was in a wheel chair from day one, but that did not stop me from taking him out with me!


If You Are Anything Like Me, I understand Your Frustration! Which Is Why I Built This Camper In The First Place. Check Out Some Of The Area's I Thought Long And Hard About:

Side ramp for easy wheel chair access.
Electric hospital bed included.
Electric Apartment Fridge included.
Sting lights included.
Shower with an outside drain built in.
Coleman portable hot water heater included, as is a potty. Winterizing is simple! Just take out the heater and potty!
All of the heavy stuff is mounted over the axles, eliminating the need for troublesome hitch load bars!
Tie downs through out the camper.
Microwave included.
Aluminum cabinets front and rear.
Queen sized cot and air mattress included for the garage area.
Garage area is 8 foot long, enough for three full size adventure bikes.
Lots of 120v outlets.
RV safety egress window.
RV door rear door latch.
Garage door screen included.
Outside kitchen kit included (you will need to supply your own stove.)
20 foot heavy duty awing included.
Tile floor for easy cleanup.
The inside is painted white for maximum light reflection.

I Am Very Happy With The Electrical System, Too! You Will Be As Well!
1.

The batteries are duel Optima Bluetop D31M, the best batteries I could find.
The camper runs off of a 4000 watt power inverter. The power inverter supplies power to a household circuit panel.
All of the lights are either florescent or LED, 120V. This makes for easy, cheap, long lasting, power saving and reliable lighting.
The refrigerator is a 120v apartment model. Easy and inexpensive to replace or repair, as opposed to smaller RV models that require professional installation. Also, no need to get it perfectly level for the fridge to work! That can be frustrating!
The batteries will supply power to the fridge for about 14 hours.
A marine duel battery charger is included, and wired up.
A small, 900 watt silent run generator can either power directly, or just charge the batteries. With this being a hybrid system like many cars, the batteries provide the reserve start up power needed, while the generator recharges the batteries. You cost for power is less then one gallon of fuel per day! And it does so QUIETLY!
The front half has additional 120v outlets for suction machines, feeding pumps, nebs, etc.
The batteries will store enough power to run all of those though a night.
If your vehicle is hooked up, it will also add to the battery reserve. And, if you need you can run your truck during generator quite hours to recharge the system!

I Also Know The Dreaded Feeling Of Having To "Fix" Something Constantly! Which Is Only Compounded From The Added Stress Of A Special Needs Kid In A Wheelchair.

Which Is Why I Did My Best To Eliminate Much Of What I Knew Always Seemed To Go Wrong!

Household 120v electrical system. No 12v converters to deal with. No running to the RV store to pay 2x as much money as you need to! All of the electrical work is easy to get to should you have an issue, or need to expand on the system.
Nothing on the underneath to break or get hung up on!
No holding tanks to winterize! Your grey water from the shower drains on the ground (I mean, it's dirt from your campground and soap....) A blue waste bucket can also be used for that. In which you will end up still dumping that on the ground.
Black water is in your portable potty, which can be dumped in a toilet.
Winterizing is very simple, take your potty and hot water heater in to your house, and drain your fresh water tanks.
7,000 pound axles with five lug tires. In a bind, you can use truck tires which are readily available at almost any tire store.
No external batteries over the hitch. This lightens the hitch weight, and a modern F150 can pull it without load bars. That saves you money, and a whole lot of frustration hooking up.
Easy access to all of the electrical components.
Low outside access for running an LPG hose for a portable heater (you will need to provide that.)
No need for leveling jacks or steps that can get hung up underneath and leaving you with yet another thing to fix! Neither are needed because most of the weight is centered over the axles. An EZ jack is really all that is needed for leveling.
Right now, the trailer is stored at an RV inspection station. And, a tag and title company are right down the street too! Talk about convenient! You can have it inspected BEFORE you pick it up, with a permanent tag! That will save you time and hassles!
The awning is a 20 foot, heavy duty awing.

Okay, There Is A Little Work That Needs To Be Finished Up.

I did not get to finish most of the trim work. So, a few floor tiles are damaged because of that.
The inside of the ramps could use some grip tape.
The inside of ramps need to have their trim work done.
The trailer breaks will tend to work intermittently on occasion. The shop it is stored at can help with that, and I already considered that in the cost.
The side ramp never did get it's bug screen finished (a few magic mesh's will take care of that.)
I have a good deal of the material needed to finish it up, which I will include.
In total, I have close to $17K invested. So any bid over $6k is very reasonable and fair to me and you.
Come On Folks, Don't Pass This Up!
Best Offer OVER $6,000!

Folks, we all now a new 24ft cargo trailer is running around $6K. The power invertor was over $400. The batteries are barely used, never fully drained, and running $500 for the pair.

And that is just to start!

PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE!
Help Me To Help You!

I really don't want to have to part, re-purpose, and recycle this trailer! That would be a waist of time, money effort and thought for both of us!

But I will if I have too, sadly. I can't possible let it for less then that, when there are so many good components that have been barely used!

And, I have a landscaping business as well. It's not like this trailer will be sitting in my yard going to waste!

Price History

Original Price$7,000
Listed Price$6,000(-1,000)
Total Price Change:-$1,000

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

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