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Little Guy Six Wide Camper Trailer - $11,000 (Boulder)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Little Guy
model name / number: Six Wide
paint color: white
year manufactured: 2016
Selling our clean, tidy and well maintained Little Guy Six Wide teardrop trailer with tons of handy accessories. We bought the trailer in 2021 and enjoyed using it on many trips with our two young kids. Now we’ve outgrown it and are ready for more tent camping!

Trailer is located in Boulder, Colorado. We are pretty flexible and can arrange showings most weekdays during the day, and weekends anytime. When you contact me, kindly include several times you can visit and a phone number I can call to verify you aren't a spammer; otherwise I will not reply.

Basic features & specs:
2016 Little Guy Six Wide
Bed is 76” long and 70” wide (same length as a Full, width between a King and Queen)
2100 lb gross vehicle weight (that is the most it can weigh when fully loaded; we think it’s ~1,000 lb empty and usually pulled it with a Nissan Leaf)
Suitable for on- and off-grid use (see electric & water details below)
5 gallon built-in water tank (located under galley) and electric water pump
Sink with running water
Outdoor shower - basically a sprayer hose that pulls out of a port on the side, nothing too fancy!
City water hookup - if you have water access you can hook up a hose and not worry about refilling the tank.
2-burner stove built into galley (uses standard 1-lb propane tanks which can be attached underneath the galley)
Cabin power outlets: USB, 12V DC (off-grid), 120V AC (shore power only)
LED light fixtures in galley, cabin, and outside each door to light the ground
LED running/marker/brake/turn lights - very well lit-up on the road at night
Cabin ceiling fan can push or pull air, auto shut off when lid is closed
Radio with Bluetooth, CD, AM/FM, exterior antenna (2 speakers in ceiling of cabin) - see blemish note
Front skylight w/ shade
Side doors have screened windows that open/close and shades
Steel cargo tray, locking metal tool box, and battery box sit in front of the trailer for extra storage
Spare tire (full size) mounted underneath the trailer
Two stabilizers at rear corners
2” hitch receiver on the back of the trailer to hold a bike rack or whatever you want
Wheel bearings re-greased annually. They’re super easy to maintain with a grease zerk right inside the dust cover.

Add-ons included with the trailer:
Custom fit cover and storage bag ($350 new) - keeping sunlight off the trailer when not in use extends its life.
New AGM deep cycle maintenance-free battery in 2021
Wood paneling and trim installed in the kitchen, making it look nicer & easier to clean than the stock carpet. The wood is removable if desired, and the two original pass-thru doors and hardware are included.
Shore power cable and receptacle converter (so you can power the trailer & charge battery it on a 30A circuit/outlet or regular household outlet)
Zamp solar panel/charger
Renogy battery monitor, measures current in/out of the battery & tells you exact % remaining; installed in custom housing inside metal tool box on trailer tongue
Adapter so the trailer can be powered by either 7-pin or 4-pin vehicle connectors
String lights inside the cabin and above the galley (nicer / warmer light than the stock LED fixtures)
Four wheel chocks and one round chock for the jack wheel to sit in
Two wheel locks to prevent theft
Reese cargo bag - Heavy duty bag fits nicely in cargo tray and keeps stuff (mostly) dry. Compression straps broke but not necessary.
Knock-off Yeti cooler fits nicely on cargo tray; we’ll include unless you have your own & don’t want it.
Cartridge toilet - no smell, easy to dump & clean, fits well in cargo tray
Pop-up privacy tent for shower & toilet
Two camping chairs with built-in side tables
Note the bike rack in photos is NOT included
Mattresses and two sets of flannel king size sheets
12V electric blanket
12V inverter to get 140V AC power while off-grid. It’s a small portable unit, only ~100 watts so limited to charging computers/phones. There are 12V outlets in galley & cabin for off-grid power.
Winterizing kit has been installed which makes it easier to winterize (add RV antifreeze) each fall. Brand new jug of antifreeze included.
Carbon monoxide detector and fire extinguisher mounted inside cabin
There are probably several other small accessories I can’t think of off the top of my head.

Blemishes:
Small chip in the fiberglass around license plate (see photo).
Light surface rust in a couple spots on the tongue.
The outdoor shower is finicky to get in and out of the port; the hose bunches up and gets tangled sometimes.
The radio LCD display has been acting up lately. The actual sound/buttons seem to work fine though.

Other info:
Pets: A dog stayed in the trailer one time a couple years ago, but it has been thoroughly cleaned many times since, so allergies should not be a problem!
Smoke: We’ve always had a strict no-smoking policy and the trailer is smoke-smell-free.
We rented the trailer on Outdoorsy.com a handful of times and had a good experience. Renters loved it and took good care of it. The trailer should fetch ~$80-120/night.
Outdoorsy (rental) listing: https://www.outdoorsy.com/rv-rental/boulder_co/2016_little-guy_sport-6-wide_224768-listing
Renter handbook: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oqj_DrQjyHO7s4L_M4cDnIzSj_n9Iqvf/view?usp=drive_link

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