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1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer Exhibit "A"

1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer

VIN: H160S1198

1967 Ken-craft (top, front and back...fiberglass)


Not only are Ken-crafts hard to find, one this small is almost impossible.

Note: Ken-crafts are VERY well built! (we actually have a larger 21 foot one we use, and it is awesome!)

Look at the rear tail light section. It is a very unique character of Ken-craft (a 60s oldsmobile looking rear-end)!

Because of the fiberglass top, Ken-crafts don't leak as easily as the standard old campers...(around the vent).

Length: 13'6" body,

Except for the one flat glass louver (missing) all the rest of the glass is in very good condition!

Cute little bathroom window with opaque glass. Can't say I have seen that in an old camper before, then again, not many of them had "facilities" either.

Exterior body is in really great condition, solid, only 3 dings...very straight.

Sub-floor underneath and floor inside is all solid and in very good condition.

It has the 9" square tiles inside - all in great condition except at the entrance to the camper...a little crack across a couple of the tiles...

Sink and Stove are in unbelievable shape. NO CHIPS really nice...cream color.

Countertop and Table Top same thing, NO CHIPS, SCRATCHES...Really nice shape

Really cool old toilet. Not one you see often, so I think it is an early camping comode!

Gas Electric Refrigerater, yes, Refrigerater, not an Ice Box. Good condition too!

Pull out sofa, works nicely, makes into Full size bed

Big beautiful all glass front windows NO LOUVERS!

12v and 110 lighting as well as gas lantern! Check out the beautiful clear globe!

We have Keys!

We have original Manuals!

Ken-craft embossed step

Overall structurally sound! It is a Ken-craft! They were built to last.

THE BAD and the UGLY:

1 hubcap is missing, the other??? it is chrome with a gold "knights hood/helmet" embossed in the center. NEVER seen one like it.

Square bumper is dented and bent a bit. They are common and can easily be replaced

Right tail light is cracked but it is a Bargman trail-lite 99 and they do sell reproductions online

Screen door is missing (if buyer wants a picture of original screen, we can take a pic of ours so you can copy it)

It does have a water tank and a fresh water hook up (cool old brass fittings) We did not got through the water tanks or hook them up. It would be best for the person who owns it to go through it and make sure it is up to their standards, not just ours.)

Two places where we do see some water damage. In back under window and near the front corner (passenger side) Not rotted out, just shows some staining and a little rippling under the window in back. There is some water stain under the window in the bathroom. It is possible the windows were left open and water got in, rain or a sprinkler maybe.

Looks like the original furnace was replaced with a different furnace. Still an old style, but looks like it is a different one than originally was in place.

Now for the interior wood. These old Ken-crafts had a wood interior that was varnished with a light color. A Honey Oak color over a Tiger Oak looking wood. When it is in its original condition the wood shines a very deep glittery gold. But, someone in the past wiped a walnut color stain over the surface of this camper. Not inside the doors or cupboards, or the closet or bathroom...Originally it was not this dark. Good side...we wiped the stain with a varnish remover and it wipes right off. They put it over the old varnish and it didn't soak in!

Cushion on Nook and Sofa need recovering. Original material did not hold up well.

Tires are holding air and they towed fine for us. No problems, but if its going to be towed a long way, perhaps new tires would be a good precaution.

We did not plug in the camper to a 12v, we did not go through the wiring and our plugs did not match (common on older campers). No reason to think they don't work (nothing visible anyway) but we did not confirm one way or the other. We used a tow light bar, when we towed it home.

Location: Lewiston, California

Archived 10/14/2013


** PHOTO GALLERY EXHIBIT **
This unit is a photo gallery exhibit only and is not currently for sale. The units for sale are listed on the home page of this site and also tagged with blue for-sale banners.

1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
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1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)
1967 Ken-Craft Travel Trailer (A)

** PHOTO GALLERY EXHIBIT **
This unit is a photo gallery exhibit only and is not currently for sale. The units for sale are listed on the home page of this site and also tagged with blue for-sale banners.

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