1979 Starcraft Tent Trailer Pop Up Camper RV




1979 model, sleeps 6. This unit is in good to fair condition, with two extra spare tires. Clear title.

Double bed on each end. Dining table (can be set up outside also) and seats convert to another bed. Large countertop with icebox, drawers, and storage below. Hanging clothes closet. Propane stove, sink, and water tank. Bring your own potty. Twin lights inside and porch light. ALL exterior lights work fine. It has about a 20 ft 115 v cord and also takes a 12 volt car or truck battery as it has a converter from 115 volts AC to 12 volts DC for lighting. It accepts 2" ball, has a Zip-up screens in area were you can dine outside without being bothered by bugs, small children or pets. The screen has a skirt around the bottom, sides and front that matches the orange and white awning. It also snaps to the tent trailer for sealing. Once its parked, you disconnect and it can be ready to move into in less than 20 minutes (Maybe faster for one younger than me) The Crank lift system works simple and can be operated by a small person.

Outside Screen

Inside Camper

Condition - So there are NO surprises.

In inspecting it this year, I found one place that will need a new board installed. I just have to many projects, not enough time to do this. In fact, we haven’t even taken it out in the last two years. It was stored in a garage in the Setup position for breathing. It seems that the front seal had leaked were the top comes down when closed and this board will need replaced. I can see were it will take a cedar fence board (6” x 6’) will slip up and can be screwed in place and then caulked. Other than that, no bad wood could be found.

No leaks, when we have had it out and rained on us. There are a few places were the canvas has some small holes in it, about the size of a pencil but there is still plenty of good years of use left in her before that would need replacing.

Both the rear leveling jacks are bent up so I just used the cheap bottle jacks to level it - not included.

The zipper is broken on one part of the awning/screen room screen. I just used a diaper pin but the zipper needs replaced.

There is a small sag in the sink and stove area but you have to look for it and it doesn't affect anything.

Most of the drawers had a little plastic latch to keep them closed when traveling and most of those things broke right off but there are some hooks and eyes added to lock them closed now.

The furnace hasn't been started in two years but everything worked well the last time we had it out. We drained the water tank and stored it here in the garage.

All the cushions look good, no torn or worn spots. I pulled the wheels and repacked the bearings two years ago and there are hardly any miles on it from that time. If we took it out, it was close to home as we live in the mountains about 22 miles East of Portland and it was easy for us to head up the hill to some of the lakes and streams for a quick weekend.

She will need the new style propane tank. Available at most any Home Depot store for $23 dollars.
Other than this, you can hook up to her and go camping; she is ready to roll.

The only reason we are selling it is we now have a Motor home that pulls our classic boat and we just flat don’t use the camper any longer but it will make someone a real easy get-a-way for weekends or vacations.
Oh, its light and with very little tong weight unless you load it funny so you will forget its behind you.

No warranties on this so ask me as many questions as you like. I can even take more pictures for you too.

Email me to arrange inspection.