1965? NOMAD
Serial # Price SORRY SOLD
EXTERIOR Please read 'other' at the bottom of the page.
General description Other than the big honking dent on the lower rear panel, it's not all that bad.
Bumper, Frame & A-frame: Typical surface rust.
Dents, Scratches, Damage:   As above.
Entry Door / Keys: Bargman L-100 lock that I can probably find keys for.
Entry Step: Don't think so.
Front Hoist: Needs a bit of lube.
Hitch Coupler: Locks fine.
Roof: Professor Leeky.
Screen Door: None
Tail, License & Marker Lights: All original.
Underbelly: On the bottom.
Window Glass/Seals: Seem to work, all need much lubrication.
INTERIOR
General Description Not a total waste.
Cabinet: Former home to many mice.
Catches: Factory Nomad.
Countertops: Small and cozy.
Floor: Seems solid, although I haven't poked around in the corners.
Floor Covering: Peeling original.
Table: Folds into a bed.
Unit Sleeps: X 2-6
Walls: Original not painted over.
RUNNING GEAR
Axle/Springs: Bearings have been greased, brakes are working.  Has cracked brake drum that goes round and round with no problem, but will pulsate when the brakes are applied.
Dry Weight: Maybe 1800#
Hitch Ball Size: X 2"
Hub Caps: Rusted baby moons.
Spare Tire: Y or N Nope.
Tire Condition: They have so-so tread and hold air, that's about it.
FURNISHINGS
Bed/Mattresses: Maybe salvageable.
Curtains: Your call.
ELECTRICAL
110 Volt Lights: Yes, untested.
Brakes: Ditto.
Breakaway Switch: No
Converter: No
Int. Fan (s): No
Plug for Ext. Lights: Shot
Porch Light: No
RV Battery: No
LP SYSTEM
Furnace: None
Gas Bottle (s): Old non OPD 20#.
Gas Light (s): Yessir.
Gas Regulator: Yes, untested.
Range/Oven: 3 burner, untested.
Refrigerator: Ice box.
Water Heater: No
PLUMBING
Fresh Water Tank: May be one under counter.
Kitchen Sink: Best part of the whole trailer.
Lavatory: No
Sewer Holding Tank: No
Shower: Toward the back when it rains.
Toilet: No
Tub: Who you callin' a tub?
Waste Holding Tank: No
Water Intake Valve (City): Garden hose connection.
Water Pump: Hand pump on sink, not tested.
SPECIAL   We've had this trailer for some time as I was torn between parting it out or selling it as is. Yes, we can make more $$ selling it piece by piece, but I can't bring myself to do it. This is still salvageable, but the roof has leaked for a long time and as a result there is much wood to be replaced. Look at the pictures and judge for yourself. A cheap trailer for the handy person.
OTHER PLEASE NOTE:  I'VE HAD A TON OF CALLS ON THIS TRAILER ASKING IF IT IS TOWABLE AS IS. THE ANSWER IS YES IF YOU PLAN NOT TO GO MORE  THAN 50 MILES AND TAKE IT SLOW. IF YOU PLAN TO GO ANY FARTHER THE TRAILER WILL HAVE TO BE STRAPPED TOGETHER AND LOADED ONTO A FLAT BED.
 
MISC
Dolly Wheel: I cut it off.
Equalizer Bars: No
Hitch Head: No
Owner's Manual: No
Sway Control: No
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