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Vintage, Renovated, 1972 Nomad, She-Shed, Tiny House, w/title - $8,500 (Glen Burnie)

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1972 1972 Nomad

condition: good
fuel: other
odometer: 12345
odometer broken
paint color: white
rv type: travel trailer
title status: clean
transmission: other

**Link to VIDEO WALKTHROUGH at the bottom of description.**
(Also, there is no odometer, even though craigslist is requiring a number. It's a trailer w/ a 2" ball hitch.)

We renovated this 1972 Nomad camper, until it was useable as a bedroom for a caregiver. It has new appliances, including a matching, red, vintage-style, fridge, microwave, & coffee maker/toaster oven/griddle combo; as well as a portable induction cooktop.

We also have a new 3000 watt inverter, a 1000 watt inverter, & a marine deep-cycle battery, but we haven't installed it or bought a charger yet.

The Nomad also has new flooring, R-5 insulation, a new walnut countertop w/ reclaimed wood cabinets, & new battery-powered, push-button lighting. The 3-sided dining benches double as storage. We also gave it a new tabletop surface, paint, tin ceiling, Buddy propane heater, & 8,000 BTU electric AC. (We just ran an extension cord from our house, since we hadn't installed the electric yet.) We began installing a new door on the side closer to our house, but it needed a different frame. We just recently found one!

We *have* a bar-sized sink for the kitchen, & a motion-sensor faucet, but we haven't installed them yet. We did replace the rotting floor, & most of the rotting studs, in the bathroom section. (Two are left, & we'll replace those.) We have corrugated metal, plus R-10 insulation board, for the walls of the bathroom, & a composting toilet solution, but haven't installed those yet either.

Please check out this link to the Video Walk-through: (1 of 2)

https://youtu.be/0amLbywwHTQ

Please also check out this link to an explaination of an adhesive problem, & how we plan to fix it before you purchase: (2 of 2)

https://youtu.be/9XQOP49M6Ls
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