1962 SCOTTY 13' FRONT KITCHEN
Serial #  (have reg.) Price SORRY SOLD
EXTERIOR Typical for a Scotty of  this time period.
General description See under 'other' below
Bumper, Frame & A-frame: Good, solid
Dents, Scratches, Damage:   More than I want to count, see photos.
Entry Door / Keys: Good solid door with L-66 Bargman lock, no keys.
Entry Step: None
Front Hoist: Good original
Hitch Coupler: Good original
Roof: OK except where the tree branch made contact, see photos.
Screen Door: Nope
Tail, License & Marker Lights: Original 'Yankee' taillights, license  light is long gone.
Underbelly: Not bad
Window Glass/Seals: Missing glass on drivers side window over dinette.
INTERIOR
General Description Front kitchen with rear combo table/bed.
Cabinet: Decent
Catches: Original
Countertops: OK
Floor: Seems solid from what I can see.
Floor Covering: Original
Table: Yes sir.
Unit Sleeps: X A couple.
Walls: Some ripples in the plywood, mainly on the drivers side.
RUNNING GEAR
Axle/Springs: Good
Dry Weight: Under 1K
Hitch Ball Size: X 1 7/8"
Hub Caps: No
Spare Tire: Y or N No
Tire Condition: Totally euchred
FURNISHINGS
Bed/Mattresses: None
Curtains: No
ELECTRICAL
110 Volt Lights: Appears to be one
Brakes: No, none needed
Breakaway Switch: No
Converter: No
Int. Fan (s): No
Plug for Ext. Lights: Gone
Porch Light: Negative
RV Battery: No
LP SYSTEM
Furnace: No
Gas Bottle (s): Ancient
Gas Light (s): Yes, but missing globe.
Gas Regulator: Yes, but as old as the tank.
Range/Oven: Cute 2 burner.
Refrigerator: Ice box
Water Heater: Oh, heck no.
PLUMBING
Fresh Water Tank: I think there is one in the little bathroom, I didn't investigate.
Kitchen Sink: Ya, but there are a few cracks around the edges.
Lavatory: Laboratory?
Sewer Holding Tank: No, but it does have a vintage porti-poodie.
Shower: Are you kidding?
Toilet: A dandy
Tub: Stick your foot in the sink.
Waste Holding Tank: No, we shouldn't waste water.
Water Intake Valve (City): I didn't notice.
Water Pump: No, it looks like a gravity feed system.
SPECIAL
OTHER As I mentioned at the beginning, this is your typical Scotty from this time period. Most all of them were leakers and this is no exception. Sidewall wood rot is apparent as well as rot on the lower rear. The worst though seems to be on the roof where a tree (I presume) fell on it. You can see from the pictures that this will require some metal plus interior fabrication. The pictures tell all.   The tires are from a farm implement and should not be considered for over the road transport. I'd be happy to replace with new Carlisle trailer tires at a reasonable price.     I really like the look of the older Scottys especially the early un-painted ones. This would be a great trailer for someone that isn't afraid of a challenge. 
 
MISC
Dolly Wheel: No
Equalizer Bars: Not needed
Hitch Head: No
Owner's Manual: No
Sway Control: Vodka
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