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Old 11-06-2018, 06:46 PM   #1
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Old 11-06-2018, 07:02 PM   #2
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Another one.
$950

Looks like it may need a little TLC.

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Haha go Tommie go! One rebuild under your belt and you're ready for another!

The quad bunk one is pretty unusual, don't see many of those! It looks rough though, and the no title situation is a concern.
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:24 PM   #4
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Haha! Too funny! I posted those in case someone was interested in rescuing one of them. I haven't finished my current rebuild BUT would maybe jump at the chance for a 1661 with minimal rebuild! Maybe. No matter how tempting, I wouldn't be able to tow a 18' with my current vehicle. I believe the 1661 is in the same weight class as the 1550.
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Old 11-10-2018, 11:17 AM   #5
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Before you buy a 1661, go in the bathroom,turn around and close the door and try to get up without opening the door..lol..same with the 1950!! Haha..interesting situation.. especially if you have long legs!
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Old 11-11-2018, 08:17 AM   #6
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That 18’ Sunline is so cute but I kinda doubt the “no leaks” claim
I wouldn’t look at it without a moisture meter!
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Old 11-11-2018, 10:34 AM   #7
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Before you buy a 1661, go in the bathroom,turn around and close the door and try to get up without opening the door..lol..same with the 1950!! Haha..interesting situation.. especially if you have long legs!
Thanks Ms. Janalee! I like the floor plan. I've seen pictures and the bathroom appeared to be bigger than what the 1550 has. May have to reconsider. Upgrading is a long way off for me anyway. At least a couple of years.
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That 18’ Sunline is so cute but I kinda doubt the “no leaks” claim
I wouldn’t look at it without a moisture meter!
I do like it but I am with you, doubtful that it does not have any leaks. It looks like it lives outside and hatch doors and cargo doors open to weather.
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My T1700 had rotted flooring inside a compartment from a leaking stink pipe boy that was a lot of fun to fix working inside of the compartment door and a drawer in the bath! The 1700 has enough room in the bath for my long legs but nowhere enough room to swing a cat.
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Small Sunline for Sale

Another Sunline for sale came across my Facebook page. Looks like everything is still the original.

Advertised as 1982 10' Sunline
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Tommy, I don’t see that one on Facebook for some reason.

Not sure which model this is.
The part about sleeping six comfortably is a bit of a stretch imo.

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Here’s another one

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Tommy, I don’t see that one on Facebook for some reason.

Not sure which model this is.
The part about sleeping six comfortably is a bit of a stretch imo.

https://southjersey.craigslist.org/r...756418311.html
It may have sold. I don’t see anymore either. The one in South Jersey looks nice.
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Tommy, I don’t see that one on Facebook for some reason.

Not sure which model this is.
The part about sleeping six comfortably is a bit of a stretch imo.

https://southjersey.craigslist.org/r...756418311.html
Yeah even with the floor space it would be a stretch different concept of comfort.
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Repaint, same thing I don't think that one even has the overhead kids bunk it's the comfort thing the front bunk two good friends the dinette bunk really good friends or two kids. That's the same as mine and two is comfortable! 3 doable but I don't fit in the dinette bunk it's too short.
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Came across my Facebook also. Vintage Campers and Glampers for sale.

"She’s a 1982, but if this isn’t allowed plz delete this post. I got her over the summer and was all pumped up to fix her up and have my own “she-shed”. Wasn’t being fare to her, I don’t have the time or skill-set. I was told everything is original and everything works in her. She just needs a new floor (my assumption because there’s a couple of soft spots) and a few other repairs. No leaks in the roof. Wet bath, kitchen, refrigerator, and a bunk. Original awning too and I have the title. We had big dreams “Sunshine” and I, but it’s just not our time
PRICE is negotiable, just like to get close for what I paid for it and the cover, and she’s all registered w/plates
**last pic was my vision**
Price negotiable

UPDATE: If anyone knows someone around the NY area and that won’t charge me an arm, leg, kidney, or my 2nd born, I would consider keeping my little “Sunshine”. As they would say in NY, “Yo, I know a guy!”"

Sold our T1950 3 years ago and now tow a homemade teardrop solo, but would love something a big bigger, I e stand up! Seller says the 10’ is 1100 pounds. My Equinox manual says ,only 1000 pounds. Seller says floor is soft, so new floor, probably more weight. And why is it soft? What to do? What to do?
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Yeah even with the floor space it would be a stretch different concept of comfort.
I was thinking depends on what you call comfortable, then clicked on link and seen it's 17' LoL
That one is located not to far from me, maybe I can see how
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Came across my Facebook also. Vintage Campers and Glampers for sale.

"She’s a 1982, but if this isn’t allowed plz delete this post. I got her over the summer and was all pumped up to fix her up and have my own “she-shed”. Wasn’t being fare to her, I don’t have the time or skill-set. I was told everything is original and everything works in her. She just needs a new floor (my assumption because there’s a couple of soft spots) and a few other repairs. No leaks in the roof. Wet bath, kitchen, refrigerator, and a bunk. Original awning too and I have the title. We had big dreams “Sunshine” and I, but it’s just not our time
PRICE is negotiable, just like to get close for what I paid for it and the cover, and she’s all registered w/plates
**last pic was my vision**
Price negotiable

UPDATE: If anyone knows someone around the NY area and that won’t charge me an arm, leg, kidney, or my 2nd born, I would consider keeping my little “Sunshine”. As they would say in NY, “Yo, I know a guy!”"

Sold our T1950 3 years ago and now tow a homemade teardrop solo, but would love something a big bigger, I e stand up! Seller says the 10’ is 1100 pounds. My Equinox manual says ,only 1000 pounds. Seller says floor is soft, so new floor, probably more weight. And why is it soft? What to do? What to do?
I think I saw that on Tin Can Tourists the other day before it was deleted. It was a 1982 12 1/2' MC.

The floor likely rotted out from the roof leaking over time. The right way to repair it is to tear it down and rebuild it, not add a new floor over top. Unfortunately a lot of people do it the latter way and all the mold and risks are still present.

Another thing to consider for towing capacities is the added frontal area. Not only are you towing weight, you're also towing a brick through the air which adds more strain on everything.

Since the 12 1/2' MC can be upwards of 2000-2500 lbs loaded, you should look for a tow vehicle with a towing capacity around that, so something with a V6. It would also be a good idea to add an auxiliary transmission cooler, to help with the added stresses of pulling that extra frontal area through the air.
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That’s adorable, looks like its in decent shape too

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