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2000 Coleman Utah Pop Up Travel Trailer, Camper

2000 Coleman Utah Pop Up Travel Trailer, Camper


Huntington Beach, California

Year 2000

Make Coleman

Model Utah

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Coleman Camper, Utah Model, year 2000 for sale. We are the second owners. Bought it from a friend who used it twice about 5 years ago. We have used it 2-3 times per year since. It is in very good condition. Just replaced the tires (brand new) and had a local RV seller service the camper to update the thermostat and check/adjust everything (paid $500). This trailer is a gem. It is very clean, no smokers and no pets. Included:Box Size Classification: 12ftGross Vehicle Weight Rating: 3,500 lbsPosi-Lock Lift SystemTubular Steel Frame with BumperHeavy Duty Tubular Steel ChassisSlipper Leaf Spring SuspensionFront & Rear Body Panels: Impact Resistant ThermoformedSidewall Body Panels:Durable Krystal KoteFull Perimeter Aluminum Body & Bed RailsEZ Lube AxleBreathable Sunbrella 302 TentingClear Windows with Fine Mesh ScreeningOne-Piece Weyerhaeuser Structurewood FloorRoof: one-piece fiberglass skinEntry Step: StepperDoor with lockable tool compartmentWide One-Piece Screen DoorWaist level crank locationSeamless rotomolded storage box2 - 20lb Propane Tank(s)Five-bolt alloy wheels with chrome lug nutsSpare Tire with Vinyl Spare Tire CoverOutdoor shower (hot and cold water)Outdoor two-burner high pressure propane stoveThree burner propane stoveTwo-way refrigerator (110 volt/propane)Propane space heaterPropane hot water heater12 volt/110 volt water pumpWater tank (about 20 gallons) The pull-out ends are king-sized beds. The pull-out dinette breaks down to sleep two small people, and the couch sleeps one adult. The refrigerator, water heater, space heater, water pump, inside stove, and outside stove all work great (just used these in Yosemite last month). The canvas is clean. Awning is in great shape but awning tube zipper is not operating...thus the clips to correct the situation. There is one scrape on the right rear side of the trailer (foreign tourist in Yosemite who backed up too close) but it is not worth fixing. We have removed, cleaned, and resealed the gaskets on the roof and the front storage compartment (a problem with shrinking for most Coleman campers) so they are sealing very well. There are no tears on the canvas except for two very small (2 inches) repaired rips in the dinette pull out below the large window (got jammed when breaking down the camper). My husband is a licensed woodworker/kitchen designer and decided to upgrade some of the countertops with solid cherry wood. We include additional wing lights, a electric flushing porta-potty, an outdoor stove that hooks up to the camper side with a cherry countertop that extends the space (unlike the original tiny one), and a custom trailer cover for protection from the elements. We also include two 5-gallon gas tanks and a new battery. The trailer has a break-away cable, safety chains, and a 7-pin brake/light plug. The lift system was serviced recently (part of the $500 all points check-up) and works easily. It's been to Yosemite twice in the five years we've owned it and the other camping has been within a 45 min. radius. The only reason we are parting with this beloved trailer is because we just purchased a vintage trailer we are going to restore.