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One owner 16’ CampLite named “Bob Patrick” — seeking a good home. Why Bob Patrick? He was purchased on St. Patrick’s Day 2012, and partly financed by funds provided by one of the owners’ Dads, “Bob.” BP has provided weeks of joy in our family! Has all options available at the time we purchased this trailer (TV, A/C, tip-out bunk, bike-loading door and more). We added under-counter and in-cabinet lighting, multiple hooks to hang clothing and gear, etc. BP is a pre-Thor CampLite. We looked at some CampLites since the Thor acquisition and were concerned about some of the changes. Know what you are buying. We have had zero problems. Everything is just as Livin’ Lite promised — towable with a small SUV, multi-generational quality (you can’t wear out a CampLite), no wood/no mildew/no rot. Every time we enter BP, the aromas are fresh and clean. Try that after a couple of years in a less expensive trailer made with wood, carpet, and fiberglass! BP also has the classic angular nose, rather than the more bulbous front end. And we also appreciate BP’s bright, neutral interior colors (champagne-colored aluminum cabinetry). Why are we selling? We have enjoyed camping so much of the past three years, we are purchasing a Class A to spend more time doing what we love. This is your chance to purchase a rock-solid, absolutely wonderful all aluminum travel trailer — with a name! We have towed Bob Patrick with a 2001 Highlander, which has a 3,500 pound limit. No problems at highway speeds from Atlanta, GA, to Cleveland, OH, including the mountains of West Virginia in torrential rain! We are currently pulling BP with a 2013 4Runner, which has a 5,000 pound limit. But with a dry trailer weight of roughly 2,500 pounds, the Highlander handled BP nicely, proving Livin’ Lite’s claims that most standard SUVs will do just fine. The tip-out increases the space, airflow, and light inside the trailer, as well as providing a second bed. The primary bed (60” x 80” standard queen sheets) converts to a dinette. We also LOVE the extra “load-in” door at the rear of the trailer, allowing us to load gear into the trailer (bikes, large boxes, etc.), that we wouldn’t want to carry up the steps and through the normal entryway door. Available for $17,500. Happy to answer questions!