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"Sequoia" 1973 Wilderness M-18D


426 Aster St #B
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
United States

Price
$15,000.00 (Firm)
Payment Info
cashier's check or cash only
Shipping Info
will deliver for additional fee
Condition
Used
Quantity Available
1

Description
Sequoia is a 1973 Wilderness travel trailer who has only been owned by 2 people in her 50 years of adventuring. She is exceptionally well kept and has been loaded with updates and loving touches, renovated by American Travelers Restorations (see complete makeover here: www.americantravelersrestorations.com/1973-wilderness). I was inspired by Ralph Lauren's rustic western designed trailers, and this trailer definitely carries a similar vibe. I am deeply emotionally attached to this trailer, it was a dream of mine to buy an old shell and rebuild it, with original appliances. And that is exactly what I did. Over the past 4 years I have put over $20,000 of renovations into Sequoia, maintained the old appliances, and upgraded certain aspects to suit my family's lifestyle. Sequoia has been featured in Vintage Camper Trailers Magazine (Issue #35), and has proven to be a show-stopper, I can't tell you how often I am stopped and asked about her, and people are enamored with the redesign. I don't really want to sell her, but we are saving to buy a home and this will be our nest egg! WILL NOT BUDGE ON PRICING, I have spent over $30,000 to get Sequoia where she is, DO NOT CONTACT UNLESS SERIOUS INQUIRY.

Specs:
3,000lbs (approx)
length 18' including tongue and tail
3 beds (1 dinette, 1 couch, 1 slide-out bunk) - sleeps up to 4 adults and 2 small children
4 person dinette
3 person couch
closet
shower
bathroom sink
4-burner gas stive
mini-fridge
ample storage
vintage hook-ups with adaptor

Features:
New all-terrain tires
New aluminum sheet metal roof
New battery-powered roof fan
Electric and gas options for fridge (this trailer is GREAT for dry-camping!)
New shower head and handles
All new framing and R-40 insulation
New bamboo floors
Naturally stained (coffee and steel wool) wood cabinets, walls and ceiling, with wild lilac and reclaimed wood accents
Hand-painted mandala on ceiling and trees on propane tanks
Newly painted exterior
New and reinforced wood framing for furniture, hinges, and locks
Handmade curtains
New high-volume battery with brake-to-charge system
USB ports and outlets throughout
All new wiring, and indoor lights
Closet and TONS of storage spaces
Lots of cute details like a spice rack, hanging fruit basket, aluminum back-splash, etc. all from reclaimed materials (I teach about sustainable living and this is seen throughout the renovations)
Vintage crank windows (tons of windows on every wall)

A few additional things...
I have removed the toilet but all the toilet plumbing pipes are in-tact and ready for a new one if desired. I used a porto-potty instead, so we didn't have to deal with hauling a nasty septic tank. The oven and stovetop are made by Dometic (1973) and work great, but the are very finicky and require maintenance by someone familiar with vintage gas stoves. I removed the heating unit as it had not been used in 40 years, we use a portable electric heating unit and it gets plenty warm! The screens and curtain-rods were damaged during a break-in at a storage facility, and the facility refused to cover damages - they are warped but in working order. The folding table and countertops I had intended to replace with live-edge wood, but I haven't had the finances to continue this project, both are in working order but have signs of use. Cushions need to be replaced, they are original and super comfy, but the fabric and foam have begun to degrade. Hot water heater needs to be replaced. The tongue could use a foot and stabilizers, but we have made-due without thus far, crank is manual.
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Tawna Hoag



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