Kimberley Kamper 2002


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FOR SALE: Kimberley Kamper 2002 - $10,900

Reduced Price. This Kimberley is still for sale.

  • Excellent Condition - always garage stored (unlatched and not compressed), non smoker
  • Canvas functions, looks and feels new - no dry rot or moisture (there is an old stain on the awning roof from a previous owner, not visible when setup)
  • I bought this from Romer - another member here - in October of 2015 and have used it 3-4 times
  • It was really well modified by Romer and has dual batteries, Engel Fridge/Freezer and a propane heater
  • Tires are virtually new BFG AT KOs including spare
  • It includes the annex walls and roof to enclose the annex room and the full bathroom ensuite enclosure
This Kimberley is built like a tank and is a bomber, it's intended for extended Outback travel and will easily outlast my '99 LX470. I, like Romer, thought I would have this Kamper forever. I'm selling due to significant change in my family dynamic. The 3-4 times it was used were with my family in 2015-2016 when first purchased. I mostly camp solo now in a Turbo Tent. It needs to go to someone who will use it like it should be used.

Here are current pictures:


Please see Romer's build thread here for much more information:

Please also see Romer's previous sales thread here:

Sorry for my inactivity - recently recovered from a medical issue

I'm located in Golden, CO

Email is best:, PM is also OK


Paul Knapp
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This was an awesome Kamper for me. Only reason I got it was because I upgraded to a Kimberley Karavan. Built tough for offroad and comfortable at camp. I do miss how quickly itsets up

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On the manufacturer tag attached to the trailer frame, Kimberley lists the aggregate weight as 1,500 KG - about 3,300 lbs