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post #1 of 8 Old 09-18-2010, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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Base camp just got better. Old Pop up

Got something to make the base camp just a little more comfy. The wife has been wanting something without breaking the bank. We found this 20 year old pop up that needs some attention but will work for our needs. Best part is the A/C also has refrigerator, stove, potty, sleeps seven. At 1,500 pounds it pulls pretty easy. Now I just need to get my trans cooler on tomorrow.
Going to Katemcy for the 25-26 weekend. No power but it shouldn't be to bad.






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post #2 of 8 Old 09-18-2010, 08:11 PM
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It looks great to me! I'm not someone that needs something that great just for "roughing" it. How much if you don't mind me asking? I've been half-heartedly looking for one myself.

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It looks great to me! I'm not someone that needs something that great just for "roughing" it. How much if you don't mind me asking? I've been half-heartedly looking for one myself.

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Little over $2,000.
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post #4 of 8 Old 09-18-2010, 10:21 PM
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Seems like a pretty good deal. That thing actually looks pretty clean in/ out for a 20 yr old pop-up. SCORE! Tent camping always makes me feel like shit the following morning.

Wish I could get out there next weekend, but things aren't looking good for my Jeep right now-

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And here I still just use a tent. You guys and your luxuries!

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Very nice find!

I'd like to build a trailer, but that decision is a no-brainer. Also, camping would be great this wkend, but...

It's too much fun watching College Football!!! WOO HOO!

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Nice camper.

My wife wants a pop-up too.
We have a 10'x20' cabin tent. And we end up hualing about 300 pounds of camping gear.
Pop-up will be so much easier without breaking the bank on a full blown camper.
And if we camp with electric, we can bring the portable 5'x8' screen and LCD projector a drive-in in the camp ground.
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Nice camper.

My wife wants a pop-up too.
We have a 10'x20' cabin tent. And we end up hualing about 300 pounds of camping gear.
Pop-up will be so much easier without breaking the bank on a full blown camper.
And if we camp with electric, we can bring the portable 5'x8' screen and LCD projector a drive-in in the camp ground.
Now you're talkin game time!
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