View Full Version : Conqueror Basecamp for Sale
05-19-2009, 11:02 PM
My new unused NY registered Conqueror Basecamp is for sale. includes all the original basics. Its on Long Island ready to go.
First $6000 owns it.
Im going to list the Tacoma on Ebay in the next few weeks, pool up the money and buy a Sportsmobile most likely..
SOLD to Expo Member...!
05-19-2009, 11:20 PM
Dang, it's like trailers gone wild around here.
Good luck with the sale and enjoy the SMB when you get it.
05-20-2009, 12:20 AM
Can I get some pics please. I'm Interested.
05-20-2009, 12:31 AM
check this thread for a load of photos from a few weeks ago..
05-20-2009, 04:57 AM
Dammit! Why aren't these deals on MY side of the country?
05-20-2009, 10:54 AM
Ok, theres been a large amount of interest in the trailer. i have to go to work and cant address all the questions now. however, heres the list of most interested parties in order i receieved them. i will treat them accordingly for the sale to be fair giving each in order an opportunity to purchase first.
Dendy- sorry ive got to keep the boxes you want with the trailer..!
To keep things simple until i can give more detail tonight. The trailer is currently as i received it. Includes everything, but only what was included from the original purpose. Everything in the photos is included.
I have not installed the solar charger, fridge or second battery that i have purchased all in my garage (non of which are included). I have not rewired the factory trailer plug, but i do have a temp setup for towing that is included.
I purchased this trailer on a whim because of the low price days before leaving the country to central america for two months. it sat in a storage garage for 3 months while i was gone in atlanta area. then i had a fellow expo member truck it up the coast and i met him to get it.
i ordered a few extras as mentioned and planned to build it out. but there are two simple problems. the major one is that i will not be able to use it on long island beaches. the county park dept considers it a tent not a pop up trailer. and this would have been a major use for me. secondly im getting more motivated to get a sportmobile as work is slow but not dead. so i will sell this trailer and the tacoma shortly and then move on a sportsmobile...
there is a small dent on the triangle front box, from my nephew jack knifing in the driveway. i might be able to knock out completely, havent tried. other than that trailer is perfect as new.
i think the price is super fair, its what i have into it now, including all expenses. i will make nothing and purchased it good enough that i could probably get another grand or two.. dont want to abuse any fellow expo members that missed the first opportunity.
more photos and details tonight.
05-20-2009, 03:29 PM
If the 3 in line before me fall through I definitely want this. Was just about to contract with a welder to build my own since these haven't been showing up on the east coast, but would much prefer a turn key unit like this.
05-20-2009, 04:05 PM
I'm sure this will be gone shortly, it's an incredible deal on an awesome trailer.
I'm sure James wont mind, here are pics of his trailer as purchased.
05-20-2009, 04:26 PM
Dont mind at all.. Thx -- It really did look good behind your dads truck..:sombrero:
ok heres a few more of it setup without the huge tarp the goes over everything, thats still in the bag..
you can just notice on the right side of the nose box that it is dented. again i think this can be pushed out.
05-20-2009, 04:30 PM
Im taking alot of pressure to let the trailer go immediately. one person wants to drive out now and get it.
everyone involved has my cell. please call me if you want it NOW. ill honor the order mentioned above until tonight. then the first one who wants to drive out owns it.
05-21-2009, 02:41 AM
Thanks James. Can't wait to pick it up tomorrow! My daughter and I are very excited!
05-22-2009, 02:06 AM
Got it home safe and sound, just one mishap on the way home. Half way across the Throgs Neck bridge the tongue jack fell down. Heard it right away, not knowing what it was at the time, but no safe place to stop on the bridge. Had to wait about 2 miles til cleared the tolls to stop and look. Luckily the wheel on it is pretty heavy duty and seems to have withstood the extended roll well. Will have to look into a better way of securing it in the up position for traveling. Other than that no problems, just slow going - 4-1/2 hrs to go 135 miles!
Awesome trailer James - Thanks again!
05-22-2009, 11:40 AM
Wow, close call - glad it all went well. get out and enjoy that thing with your daughter..!
05-23-2009, 07:59 PM
Set it up in the backyard and spent the night in it last night with my daughter. Easy set-up and no problems packing it back up today before the predicted thunderstorms come tonight. I'll work on re-wiring the trailer plug tomorrow and start planning the first camping trip.
05-24-2009, 12:30 AM
Perhaps a new thread with your new trailer? Cool outfit. You should get lots of use from it!
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