Contact InformationContact Guy Freeman
Chipping Norton, NSW, Australia
More InformationThis camper will go anywhere your tow vehicle can go.
It’s super robust and tows with ease. Our first tow vehicle was a Subaru Outback diesel manual.
To set up with raised hard floor and tent tent takes about five minutes; with annex takes about half an hour.
Comfortable and convenient: bed is queen size with under-bed storage large enough to hold eight orange boxes of luggage.
Well-insulated: so much so we did not notice the cold on a -5C night (under a down doona and a down sleeping bag.
Two skylights assist with ventilation during hot weather. The skylights give a starry view from the bed at night.
Large insect-screened window at the end of the canvas has provided many a spectacular morning view.
REASON FOR SALE
We have upgraded to a larger AOR camper with en-suite for almost full-time touring.
Military spec asymmetric suspension; Koni shockers (new 2017)
Tyres: Cooper AT3 on 17” Mitsubishi Triton alloy rims (incl spare); tyre life 70+%
120ah deep-cycle battery
3-step battery charger
Solar panel on roof
Anderson plug to charge battery when tow vehicle engine is running
70L water tank; water level gauge
1 x electric and 1x manual water pump
2 x 4kg gas bottles
Roof liner storage
Side wall pockets
LED lights throughout
Floor protector for hard floor tent area
Annex with kitchen-end panel
Insect screen for quick stops
Four merrett plug connections
Four updated-style floor deck legs
Both hard-floor panels replaced with new in 2018
5 x jerry can holders
Slide-out kitchen: 2-burner stove (new 2015), sink, pantry
En-suite tent (custom zip-on made by Track Trailer)
Serviced by Sydney dealer (Camperact at Narellan) in January 2019; not used since.
Garaged in carport when not in use.