Serial # Price  SOLD
EXTERIOR Faded and funky.
General description Has suffered more than it's fair share of batting around and as such numerous dents and dings exist. See photos.
Bumper, Frame & A-frame: Rusted bumper, frame OK.
Dents, Scratches, Damage:   Nothing that all new metal won't take care of.
Entry Door / Keys: The door isn't that bad, L-66 Bargman, no keys.
Entry Step: Yes
Front Hoist: Working original.
Hitch Coupler: The latch spring is broken, otherwise OK.
Roof: Doesn't seem to leak.
Screen Door: Gone.
Tail, License & Marker Lights: Bargman 99's on rear, side markers are shot.
Underbelly: Typical for the age.
Window Glass/Seals: Back glass is gone, frame can be salvaged. Side front windows need help as with most Shasta's.
General Description Painted (yuck) front, the back wood isn't too bad. Well, it's better than the front at least.
Cabinet: OK
Catches: OK
Countertops: Doesn't look original.
Floor: Seems solid, please see the note at the bottom of the page.
Floor Covering: Non-original.
Table: Yes.
Unit Sleeps: X 2-4
Walls: Water stained, see pictures.
Axle/Springs: OK
Dry Weight: ?? 2300# ??
Hitch Ball Size: X 2"
Hub Caps: Originals
Spare Tire: Y or N Yes
Tire Condition: Big old heavy Goodyears. Should be good for a few hundred miles or so.
Bed/Mattresses: Gone to the dump.
Curtains: Same.
110 Volt Lights: Original globes, untested.
Brakes: Untested.
Breakaway Switch: No
Converter: No
Int. Fan (s): No
Plug for Ext. Lights: Gone
Porch Light: No
RV Battery: No
Furnace: Original, untested.
Gas Bottle (s): No
Gas Light (s): Parts of one, no  globe.
Gas Regulator: Yes, untested.
Range/Oven: Gone, but I can most likely throw one in.
Refrigerator: Original, untested
Water Heater: Gone.
Fresh Water Tank: Not sure.
Kitchen Sink: Yes
Lavatory: No
Sewer Holding Tank: I'm assuming there's one.
Shower: Yes, a cool one to boot!
Toilet: Original
Tub: No
Waste Holding Tank: No
Water Intake Valve (City): Old style pressure system, goes through the tank.
Water Pump: Haven't seen one.
SPECIAL  A nice floor plan with a complete bath and shower.
OTHER    The bolts that hold the front of the body to the frame have lost their hold and as such the body moves independently from the frame. Many older trailers suffer from this and can be used, but this one should be dealt with before it's towed very far (more than 20 miles). I'm not into fixing this problem, but by putting a webbed ratchet strap over the whole thing it would be completely towable.
Dolly Wheel: No
Equalizer Bars: No
Hitch Head: No
Owner's Manual: No
Sway Control: No
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