1971 Scotty Hilander
Serial # Price  SOLD
General description See note under 'special' below.
Bumper, Frame & A-frame: The tongue could stand a good coat of paint as shown.
Dents, Scratches, Damage:   Dent in front roof section by the 'Good Sam' decal, see pictures. Also a smaller dent in the rear roof section.
Entry Door / Keys: Needs new screen, one set of keys included.
Entry Step: None
Front Hoist: Goofy home made handle. Works OK.
Hitch Coupler: OK
Roof: Some sealer here and there.
Screen Door: Full jalousie window screen. Needs to be replaced.
Tail, License & Marker Lights: Mismatched marker light changed to original 'Arrow'. All lights working 100%.
Underbelly: Fine
Window Glass/Seals: Seem fine.
General Description Usual front dinette with pull out rear gaucho.
Cabinet: Original
Catches: Same
Countertops: Good
Floor: A little weak spot by the door, otherwise fine.
Floor Covering: Slightly discolored by door, otherwise original in good condition.
Table: Good
Unit Sleeps: X 2-4
Walls: Problem from leaking on the drivers side by dinette, see photos.
Axle/Springs: No problems.
Dry Weight: 1520#
Hitch Ball Size: X 2"
Hub Caps: No
Spare Tire: Y or N No
Tire Condition: So so, one  good, one not so good.
Bed/Mattresses: All original cushions in great condition.
Curtains: Darned good originals.
110 Volt Lights: Yes, working.
Brakes: Bearings greased, brakes look great, no problems.
Breakaway Switch: No
Converter: No
Int. Fan (s): No
Plug for Ext. Lights: New 7 way Bargman
Porch Light: No
RV Battery: No
Furnace: Yes, untested.
Gas Bottle (s): No
Gas Light (s): Yes
Gas Regulator: No
Range/Oven: 3 burner with oven, untested
Refrigerator: Replacement gas and electric, untested.
Water Heater: No
Fresh Water Tank: Under the gaucho.
Kitchen Sink: Oh ya.
Lavatory: No
Sewer Holding Tank: Porti Potty
Shower: No
Toilet: As above
Tub: No
Waste Holding Tank: No
Water Intake Valve (City): Yes
Water Pump: Hand pump
SPECIAL     It looks as though this has been inside a barn for quite sometime and as such the aluminum exterior has suffered little spots of corrosion, nothing to get alarmed about as I wouldn't expect these to get worse, but the surface isn't nice and smooth. Although presentable, the paint, especially the white, is thin. As usual with Scottys this has leaked mostly on the drivers side by the dinette. Also there are smaller areas on each side behind the gaucho cushion and around the roof vent, see photos. In order to fix this properly the exterior skin should come off and new wood put in. Can you use it like it is? Sure for a season or two, but sooner or later you'll have to dig into it.  This isn't a whole bunch of $$, a good 'starter' trailer. Questions? just let me know.
Dolly Wheel: No
Equalizer Bars: No
Hitch Head: No
Owner's Manual: No
Sway Control: No
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