This a really nice vintage camper. If you don't know what an Alaskan Camper is, visit www.alaskancamper.com. It's a very high quality hard-sided pop-up camper. This one is in pretty good condition, considering it's age and has minimal water damage. Otherwise it's in great shape. It's a good candidate for a restoration project. I was planning on putting it on a utility bed and making a small camper trailer to tow behind my Tacoma, but ended up building a Deuce motorhome conversion instead.
EDIT: Finally took some pics. Sorry to everyone that's asked me for them, I've just been crazy-busy. This was the first time I've looked at it since last winter and I was really disappointed to see that there is water damage where there wasn't any before last winter. The roof appears to have started leaking at some of the seams and needs to be re-sealed. I'd like to see this thing get some love before it deteriorates any further. Tried to take pictures of everything that's WRONG with it, so that any potential buyers will know what they're getting into. I forgot to take a picture of the floor, but it looks solid from underneath (no significant water damage).