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6,000.00

GMC Vandura 2500 Campervan

Camper van conversion. Sink, cupboards, conversion table/bed, Roof mounted air con and heating. Custom black trim exterior. Water hookup point for sink on drivers side […]

21 hours ago
Sale Pending barkerville

$2500.00

POP TOP CAMPER

Lightweight poptop camper can be carried on 1/2 ton pickup(900 lbs). Sleeps 2 on fold down dinette.Two burner stovetop, 3way fridge, furnace, watertank. Dry, never […]

June 22, 2019
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15,500.00

Beautifully Restored Motorhome

Restored 1990 Georgie Boy Cruise Master 30 foot motorhome. Just took it to the mechanic and had it looked at and it runs and performs […]

June 20, 2019
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$14,000 obo

Excellent Condition Dodge Camper 1989

1989 Dodge camper van in excellent condition with only 32,000 original km on it! Only taken to the Yukon and Alaska. Two previous owners. Simply […]

June 17, 2019
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Free Trailer

27 ft. Trailer, as is, no appliances, kept under roof for 20+ years

June 16, 2019
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15,900.00

Forest River Sandpiper Luxury 5th Wheel–Sto...

Stored indoors 2008 – 2017. Excellent Condition. Two Owners. Fully loaded with all the bells and whistles . Length : 28 feet Year: 2008 Open […]

June 12, 2019
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97,500.00

Brand New Tiny Home – Rooftop Deck Mo...

This is the latest creation from Freestyle Spaces. Built with a rooftop deck accessed by an exterior spiral Staircase, this is a real showcase in […]

June 11, 2019
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$7,500

2004 Pioneer Travel Trailer For Sale

For Sale 2004 Pioneer 26′ Travel Trailer, good shape, kept clean and dry in winter, no mould or leaks. Walk around queen bed, sleeps six, […]

June 7, 2019
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$29,500

2010 Denali BH 5th Wheel Trailer

PRICE REDUCED – WAS $34,500 2010 Denali Bunk Bed model trailer. Great condition with pleasing colours and well thought out layout. Sleeps up to 10 […]

June 3, 2019
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32,000

Hallmark pop up camper

2014 Hallmark LX pop up camper, for half ton truck or better. Seamless fibreglass roof, 2 way compressor fridge, heater, 4 electric post jacks, electric […]

June 2, 2019
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$9500 obo

1996 F250 4×4 Extended Cab + Camper/Bo...

1996 F250 4×4 Extended Cab Automatic 185,000 kms Gas dual tank No rust 1995 10ft Slumber Queen Truck Camper N/S bed, Small bathroom/shower combo, Dry, […]

May 29, 2019
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10,500.00

2005 Max Lite 21RS Travel Trailer

4000 lbs SUV towable travel trailer loaded incl; ducted A/C and furnace (nice and quiet), 2 way fridge and freezer, stove with over, microwave, cd, […]

May 28, 2019

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    by on June 12, 2019

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