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Old 05-09-2020, 03:18 PM
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2009 Trailmanor 3023 QD – Very Good Condition - $13,500

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30' Equivalent Trailer length, 23' tow length, 21' storage length, Dry weigh 2950 lbs with tongue weight 410 lbs, GVW around 4,900 lbs.

Garage keep most of it's life, well maintained, many extras. This is our second Trailmanor and for many years we found it an ideal camper. But we retired and camp much more and for much longer duration. Moving to a motor home. This trailer still has a good factory shine, and very little use damage.

This Trailmanor is designed to provide all the room you need, with the luxury and comfort of a traditional upright travel trailer, and the easy of towing of a fold-down camper with a properly equipped minivan, crossover, or SUV, and capability to be stored in the garage. Our years of towing our two Trailmanor's have been towed with a Toyota Highlander and a Sienna.

This trailer is designed for Full Service and/or Dry camping. Trailer includes: Standard features, options, upgrades and a few modifications:

- Sleeps 7 (queen, 2-doubles, single).
- Propane furnace, and roof AC unit with build-in heating unit
- Electric: 30 amp 120 vacs shore power or 2 batteries with 160 watt solar, lights updated to LED
- Water service via direct water hookup or water pump and storage tank
- Fridge operates on 120 vac, or propane, or batteries
- Hot water heater runs on 120 vac, and/or propane
- Three additional optional cabinets (above sink, above stove and additional drawer)
- 3 burner propane stove and oven
- 3 roof vents, with one a fantastic fan with outside covers.
- TV power amplified antenna and outside cable connector, and Radio/CD player has a power amplified antenna.
- Power tongue jack and 4 permanently installed scissor stabilizing jacks
- Swing hitch, which reduces trailer length for storage from 23' to 21'
- Oversize 5,200 LBS torsion spring axle,plus 2 Ĺ lift kit.
- 3 – 15” two year old Goodyear endurance tires, 3 new alloy wheels
- Brakes upgraded to self adjusting brakes
- 2 propane tanks with auto switch over valve. Tanks replaces with ones mfg in late 2016
- Large awning, 4 porch lights
- Factory installed rear bike rack hitch
- Factory installed outside propane quick connect.
- Upgraded sofa fabric.
- Curtains fabric upgraded and converted to a magnetic mount to keep them cleaner.
- Several additional modifications: 160 solar panel, Added waste water dump hose storage, closed water fill mod, 12V powered USB outlets, battery power switch, 2 build-in 12V meters (battery box and off system monitor), changed all inside lights to LED, three outside vent covers, 2 rear (running, brake, turn) LED lights, digital thermostat.


Location Thornville, Ohio

Please Call or Text Art to schedule a visit or for questions: 614 256-1070. My email is andre6965@gmail.com
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2009, 3023-QB, 5.2K axle, Swing Hitch, factory bike hitch, almost all the options, many mods.
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Old 05-10-2020, 08:58 PM
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Say it isnít so! I hope youíre going to continue camping!

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We enjoyed our trailmanor's and they were ideal for us for years. After retiring we are spending over 100 nights a year under the stars with a lot more long trips. Trying to take in all the beautiful 49 states we can drive to. There so much to see. A motor home we believe is the idea camper for us during this stage of our travels.
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Art, I wish you and your family safe travels in the next phase of your lives.
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