Like new condition! Only 2900 pounds, Can be pulled by a SUV or small truck. Includes the Equal-I-zer Sway Control Hitch! This cute economical travel trailer is up to date with all the easy care features.
Bunks give flexibility. Small children love them. Or the space is great for pets and their crates. When open the bunks give room for a bike or other toys. Lots of storage space which is accessible from inside and outside.
The living space is pure luxury. The slide includes a kitchen with the Refrigerator, Microwave oven, two burner stove and sink and French Country cabinets. The front end has a tan leatherette seating area which faces the TV and media center with DVD/CD player. A TV antenna picks up local channels and a cable hook up is available.
A table can be set up for meals inside or for playing games on a rainy day. At night it converts into a queen size bed.
The air conditioner and heating system keep the room comfortable with plenty of windows for ventilation and light.
The bathroom has a small cabinet with mirror and sink. The toilet is convenient and the room converts to a shower when necessary.
All this in a 19 foot travel trailer that makes camping out fun again.
Listing on Mar/10/2014
SOLD 2012 Heartland MPG
2012 Heartland MPG 183 - Lightweight luxury camper -Teardrop Retro Style- Small toy hauler too!
- Year: 2012
- Color : Silver and Blue
- Location : Marion, FL, US
- Price : $ 13,900
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