Scout 2 Popup Camper (top only) $2900

Overlanerd

Vagabond Outdoors
I sold my Scout and the buyer didn't want the top. He gave me a good offer so I separated the two.

Price Drop:

$2,200 obo

I think that this could fit on a Gen 1 4runner easily. I've actually considered it in the past. If you're interested, send me your bed measurements and I'll confirm.

This is a one-of a kind setup. It will bolt onto any Scout 2, but will require some drilling around the tailgate to seal it properly. You can still bolt it on and drive- off securely without drilling. It's sitting on camper jacks and ready to mount (I will help with the process)

Turn your Scout into an expedition camper/ go- anywhere mini RV!

This thing breaks down and sets up in 2 minutes. When we got to camp late, in the rain, my wife could pass through while I spent 30 seconds unbuckling the latches. After that, you pop this thing up from the inside and your ready for sleep. Make some soup and brush your teeth while you're at it. The best part: Four season camping in comfort.

• 1990's "Blazer" Fourwheel Camper (designed for Chevy Blazer, modified to fit Scout)
• 6'-6" wide (Scout is 5'-6" wide)
• Pass through!
• 6'-4" when popped-up
•. 48" x 6'-6" bed over cab
• Insulfoam insulation with Tyvex tape over aluminum support
• Lightweight aluminum frame over two layers of ¾" plywood
• Replaced aluminum siding with aluminum sheeting
• Aluminum angle at all corners
• 2 roof vents with screens (one aluminum, one polycarbonate)
• 4 windows/ vents with 4 layers (storm flap, privacy flap, clear vinyl window, screen)
• Vinyl is in great condition
• 20 lbs. propane tank with Atwood 12,000 BTU furnace (motor may need replacement- $75)
• 2- burner Wedgewood stove
Stainless steel sink with hand-pump faucet
• 2.5 gallon Reliance tank (removable)
• Huge storage capacity under counter with 3 cabinet doors
• Attached using factory frame-rail and windshield frame mounts
• OR Fab tire carrier mounted with interior steel bracket that bolts to Scout floor
• Holds 2 Jerry cans (bracket can be ordered to hold Nato/ Scepter cans)
• Holds hi-lift jack and tabs for antenna/ rear light
• Aluminum roof rack
• Couch/ rollover bed went with Scout. Not included.*
• Comes with passenger side window. Just cut a hole in the aluminum, remove the screwed- in braces, and it will sit in the existing frame.

Located at my father-in-law's shop in Antioch, Ca

Here are some pics on and off of the Scout:













 
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el-cid

Observer
Is there any reasonable way to get it anchored down on a trailer to get it from there to Montana? It seems like it'd be complicated with the lack of a solid floor and the rear overhang...
 

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Overlanerd

Vagabond Outdoors
Is there any reasonable way to get it anchored down on a trailer to get it from there to Montana? It seems like it'd be complicated with the lack of a solid floor and the rear overhang...
Not hard. On a flatbed trailer, you could put some wood blocks or 2 x 4 frame under it. There is room to construct the frame at my father-in-law's shop and I'll help with the frame. There may be enough wood or blocks at his shop to work. If not, i have a bunch of 2" x 3" wood in my garage that should work. I transported it home originally on a 1/2 ton pickup and the back overhang didn't block the taillights. I used ratchet straps over the top to secure it to the bed.
 

el-cid

Observer
Doesn't sound too bad. I'll send you a PM in a bit with a couple more detailed questions, thanks!
 
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