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1965 Aloha Travel Trailer - 13' - $2,500 (Sandpoint)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: Aloha
model name / number: Travel Trailer
paint color: custom
size / dimensions: 13'
year manufactured: 1965
We're selling our 1965 Aloha Travel Trailer, made in Beaverton, Oregon. It's a 13' camper that we purchased about ten years ago to be our band equipment trailer while on tour. After two tours, we used it for camping in inclement weather about a dozen times, but it's just been sitting under a tarp the last year or so. Landlord says it has to be moved this summer, so we're selling it.

This is a great model for someone who wants to modify or customize their vintage camper. As you can see in the pics, it just has a dinette set which folds down to a bed. My partner sewed cushions a few years back, and there are also two wide cushions that go great as thin mattress pads underneath. Above the bed is a sling system that can either be beds for young kids, or used to stow extra gear (which is what we used it for). My partner also sewed new canvas onto the wooden dowels when she replaced the cushion.

There is a hole in the left side, just behind the wheel. We had a blowout while on the freeway one time and the rubber on the tire hanging off grated away the wood there as it spun so quickly. We never got around to fixing it, but last time we camped a little mouse got in and surprised us, so we started closing it off with some wood boards.

It's in decent condition. The rear window is busted and there is a little bit of mildew on the back wall. Our idea was to have some buddies cut off that entire back wall to make it into a hatch that can be opened wide, that would double as an awning that you can sit under. Never got around to that, or fixing the window.

Screens are mostly all in place, but one or two windows probably need new screens or fixes.

The taillights all work when hooked up for towing. The tires are old, but they're still holding air.

It's a cute little camper and we'd hold onto it if our landlord wasn't asking us to move it. Please check out pics. We're asking $2500.

Thanks,

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