FS Coolibah Camper

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Coolibah Camper Trailer

Manufactured and first registered March 2002

Burgundy with Burgundy and Grey canvas Dynaproofed
Extra large cover with provision for full thickness queen size mattress
Solid axle with leaf spring and shock absorber suspension
3 x 265/70/16 HT tyres with 60% tread on 16x7 Sunraysias
TREG coupling with Hayman Reese bar and hitch
2 x 4 kg gas bottles
5 x 20 litre jerry can holders (no jerrys)

Large tool bin
- containing 750cca truck battery supplying 12v power to the trailer
- smart trickle charger for 240v
- 20m extension lead for 240v
- pneumatic jockey wheel

2 x 60 litre water tanks underneath with stone protectors
- water to the side of the trailer and the kitchen

Side access door plus swing away rear door with full internal access from below the queen size bed

Aluminium kitchen bolted to the rear door, with storage and a sink with tank water.
2 x gas stoves (1 x 3 burner, 1 x 2 burner)
large oval plastic dining table – 1600 x 800 approx

Queen size mattress – foam, as new, hardly used (had a full thickness mattress fitted)

Main Camper details
- floor size 3500 x 2400 plus bed size 1650 x 2400
(if you want, you can fit 3 x QS mattresses inside – it’s huge)
- main camper is fully enclosed with in-built floor, screen and canvas doors
- All windows have internal and external canvas flaps
- max height 2400
Awning details
- awning (doubles the undercover area)
- floor size 5150 x 2400 (no floor)
- has 2/3 mosquito proof mesh, 1/3 canvas

No holes, all zips work perfectly, no leaks, all poles and pegs and ropes are there.

NSW rego until 21 March 2005 - N 81883
VIN - 6T9T20R0120KDX012

Photos on request to andrew@scanningsystems.com.au

ASKING $7,800

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Reply By: Bonz (Vic) - Sunday, Jan 30, 2005 at 20:38

Sunday, Jan 30, 2005 at 20:38
Try posting in the trader section mate. And I would like a few pics please gandr at clearmail dot com dot au.

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