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Old 02-11-2019, 04:37 PM   #1
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Sunline 1985 T1850 For Sale

1985 Sunline T1850 Travel Trailer (Scottish Hilton)

Moderator: If not appropriately listed please correct for me, Thank You, Tom
1. Upgraded to 14" radials, new springs, shackles, bearings and brakes, ~ 1300 miles ago,
2. Tight belly membrane, no mice ever, clean rust free frame and solid floor
3. All systems work, except hot water heater leaks, so winterized and valved off.
4. Recent new refrigerator, furnace, biggest Marine battery(9'1eight), two Propane tanks, new bunk mattresses, working CO and smoke detectors, and new never used microwave, etc. etc.
5. Ceiling wall paper wrinkling above refrig and in rear closet. Roof and ceiling still solid. Being opened and repaired this week. Never leaked to drip, caulking seam crack at refrig. vent and rear vent. My bad, didn't caulk this past summer and of course many super heavy rains here in the Northeast bit my butt.
6. No Smells and never smoked in
7. Sleeps 3 easily, 6 in a pinch.
8. New 2" hitch plate and 3" tongue riser(3" channel on edge)
9. Equalizer bar hook-ups, working brake away switch, sway bar ball included, spare tire, and chocks, also new Sunline decal set.
10. Insp till 9'19.
11. New expensive insulated entry door & screen door, orig was a cheap affair.
12. A great solid, user friendly, light weight, Very Easy towing trailer that just needs a bit of TLC.
13. Asking $2850, reason for selling; bought a bigger travel trailer, to haul more stuff/junk/hot rod parts to Fall Hershey/Rod Meets/etc.

1st money buys.
Thank You, Tom @ six one zero 967 three six three seven in Eastern Pa.
This old Vet is too stupid to add photos, so call me with email address for them.
Take Care, Stay Safe, and Thank You for looking.
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T1850 additional Info and Photos in T1850 Album in Photos

Good Afternoon,


Here I sit nursing a foot with pins that is the result of dropping a 12v battery on it. At 78, I don't jump as fast as used to. Ha, the old Vet figured out how to add photos for your viewing pleasure. I added an album in 'Photos' section of about a dozen photos of the above T1850. This camper is not junk, just got a new bigger one.(it shows in one photo of this Sunline)


I had one fellow wondering about the tape on the sink window. At Hershey last fall, a vicious storm, with very high winds, flipped my EZ-UP tents and drove one of the legs thru it. I will add a photo of the storm and tent covering the camper. The window was the only damage to the trailer. New lucky owner gets to replace the jalousie glass.(one only) A piece of Plexiglas currently is closing the opening. It can be stored on sunny dry blacktop here until the weather breaks, cost: a case of a good IPA. Three months max.


Thank You for looking and Have an Outstanding Day, Tom and Carol (Oh, I think I can use the PM business??, try me!)
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Here is a link to Tom's camper pics. http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/me...albums763.html

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Good Evening John,


Thank You for posting the link. At 78, this electronic stuff can be frustrating. I am not the sharpest tack in the box, and not the dullest either. Just not interested in the time investment to learn, as life is getting too short and I have way too much to do yet.


Take Care, Stay Safe and Again, Thank You, Tom and Carol K.
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