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1996 Coleman Fleetwood Sun Valley Pop-Up Camper

 

You are bidding on a 1996 Fleetwood Sun-Valley Pop-Up in excellent condition with lots of extras.  Don’t let the year fool you, I have included plenty of pictures to show how well this camper was maintained.  The layout is great and the add-a-room doubles your living space, while the privacy panels protect you from the elements.  The roof and canvas are in excellent condition with no leaks.  Many of the systems were professionally checked and cleaned last year for optimal performance.

 

Fleetwood has an excellent reputation for high quality workmanship, durability and attention to detail.  This camper should last for many years to come if properly maintained.  I am selling it only because I will be camping seasonally, so I have upgraded to a larger unit.

 

This camper can be towed by most v-6 mini vans, some cars, and SUV’s.  I used a Ford Windstar mini van.  Basic four wire electrical plug to connect to tow vehicle.

 

VIN #4CP692G13T7285476

 

 

Vehicle Description and Specifications

 

·        2 King Beds 79” x 70” Each

 

·        “U” Shaped Gaucho Seating with storage underneath

 

·        Convertible Dinette Table 26.75” x 39”

 

·        Dinette Seating with storage underneath

 

·        High pressure outside stove

 

·        Low pressure inside stove

 

·        Sink

 

·        3-way Refrigerator runs on battery, electric, or propane power

 

·        Additional dorm sized electric fridge (1 year old)

 

·        Forced hot air heater with electronic ignition

 

·        10’6” x 6’6” add-a-room with roll down privacy panels

 

·        600 watt continuous power inverter purchased last year and used once

 

·        5 gallon grey water tank

 

·        Century Tool Visa Potty # 268.  (Porta potti with 6.3 gallon capacity.)

 

·        2 mounted propane tanks with manual transfer lever

 

·        Olympian Adjustable Sway Bar Control

 

·        Draw bar and ball included

 

·        “V” Shaped Hitch Aligner for easy tow vehicle hook up

 

·        Full-view, full ventilation, one piece screen door

 

·        Stepper door with crank and jack handle storage area

 

·        Waist level stainless steel posi-lock lift system

 

·        20 amp Converter

 

·        Two double ceiling lights

 

·        Two single lights over king beds

 

·        Porch light

 

·        2 exterior electrical outlets

 

·        Built-in recessed ceiling clothes rack

 

·        ABS one-piece roof

 

·        4 Swing-down stabilizer jacks

 

·        54” road height

 

·        7’3” x 17’ length closed (12 foot box + 5 foot tongue)

 

·        25’9” length opened

 

·        tire size 20.5x8x10

 

·        Base Vehicle Weight 1,839 pounds

 

·        Base Axel Weight 1692 pounds

 

·        Base Hitch Weight 147 pounds

 

·        Cargo Capacity 661 pounds

 

·        20 gallon water storage under vehicle

 

·        8 person sleeping capacity  (Brochure says 9, that’s pushing it.)

 

·        158 square foot living area without Add-A-Room

 

·        79” interior height

 

·        Swing-Level Galley

 

·        55 cubic feet of cabinet storage

 

·        Outside storage access

 

·        Spare tire and plastic cover

 

·        Manuals

 

 

 

 

 

Add-A-Room with privacy panels which roll

down on front and sides.

 

 

 

 

 

2 king size beds make camping comfortable.

I will include 2 king size fitted dark blue sheets.

 

 

 

 

Spare tire is discretely covered at rear of camper.

 

 

 

Length opened is 25’9”

 

 

Closed it is a 12 foot box

 

 

 

 

 

Floor Plan

 

Interior is extremely clean and large.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Large ‘gaucho’ seating area

 

 

Table set up

 

 

Table folded down into double bed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Storage cabinets next to entry door.

 

 

 

 

“U” Shaped Gaucho

 

 

Seating area storage

 

 

 

Seating area converted to double bed

 

 

 

 

Swing-Level Galley

 

 

Interior stove opened

 

 

Sink has hand pump if you carry your own

water, otherwise it will run off the pressure

from a garden hose if facilities are provided

at the campground.

 

 

Storage area under sink and stove

 

 

 

 

Power Converter

 

 

Converter with cover removed

 

 

Heater

 

 

Heater with cover removed

 

 

Close up of heater mechanism

 

 

Thermostat

 

 

Norcold 3-way fridge

Operates on battery, electric or propane.

 

 

Interior of Norcold fridge

 

 

Extra dorm size fridge – electric only

 

 

Interior of dorm fridge

 

 

Both refrigerators vertically stacked.

 

 

 

 

Porta-Potty storage area

 

 

 

 

Porta-Potty close up with level indicators

 

 

6.3 gallon holding capacity

 

 

Front Panel of Add-A-Room is permanently

attached to the awning.

 

 

I had to expand the awning bag to accommodate

the front panel of the add-a room.

  I added canvas and installed a new zipper.

 

 

The rear bed of the camper

 

 

The rear bumper on the right side has a small

dent, which moved the connector for one of

the support bars of the rear bed slightly.

 

 

I installed a metal bracket on the right side

under the rear bed for additional support

 

 

Close up of the bracket

 

 

30 amp plug with adapter to

accommodate household current.

 

 

5 gallon grey water tank

 

 

600 watt continuous power inverter

and 12 volt deep cycle battery.

 

 

New power inverter only used once.

 

 

Battery with dc cable attached

(I can’t get the battery to take a full charge but

you can get a new one at Walmart for around $40.)

 

 

Outside of refrigerator compartment

 

 

Internal mechanism of 3-way fridge

Professionally cleaned in 2003.

 

 

View with Stepper Door opened

 

 

Outside high pressure propane stove attached.

 

 

 

 

Close-up of outside stove

 

 

Trailer tounge

 

 

 

Electrical attachments for tow vehicle.

The 4 wire plug is what I use, the 7 wire

connector was on the camper when I bought

it, I do not know if it works.

 

 

Olympian adjustable sway bar control

 

 

Sway bar keeps the camper from swerving

behind you and is easily removed

 

 

I will also include the draw bar and ball

since it is needed to attach the sway bar.

 

 

 

 

Propane cylinder storage.

Propane system professionally checked for

leaks in 2003.

 

Two 20 pound propane tanks included.

 

 

The right tank is full and the left one is ½ to Ύ full.

 

 

Manual lever to switch propane supply between

tanks, professionally installed last year.

 

 

Hitch aligner allows a single user to accurately

and quickly hitch up camper. Removes once

camper is attached.

 

 

 

 

Tilt-down wheel and leveling crank

at tongue of vehicle.

 

One of four swing down leveling jacks.

 

 

Crank and jack arm are stored under the door.

 

 

Close up of crank and jack arm

 

 

Tires are in great shape, wheel bearings were professionally

re-packed and bearing buddies added last year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Terms Of Sale

 

I reserve the right to end this auction at any time.  I have listed it for sale locally.

 

Customer must pick up camper in North Grafton, MA.  Shipping is not available.  Limited delivery is possible to serious bidders.

 

High bidder must contact me within 24 hours of auction close to arrange terms of payment and pick up.

 

A $1000 non-refundable deposit by paypal, cashier check or money order is required within 48 hours of auction listing close.  No personal checks accepted.

 

The remainder is due within seven days by paypal, cashier check or money order.  Transaction will be closed and camper may be picked up as soon as all funds are transferred.

 

This vehicle is being sold in “as is” condition.  No warranty is implied, expressed or included.