2001 JAYCO Kiwi 21C
America's #1 selling ultra light travel trailer. Sleeps 7
$6,700 - SOLD
Pittsburgh, PA

- 2 queen sized beds in side bunks.

- Large U-shaped dining booth which folds into twin bed (factory particle board table replaced with beautiful Birch wood)

- 2 person dinette folds to singe bed. (Great for kids or eating on the road!)

- AM / FM / CD / Weather Band Stereo

- Wired for cable TV or use crank-up amplified TV antennae mounted on roof

- LOTS of storage space for clothes / food / tools / toys.

- Fully Functional Mechanicals: A/C, Furnace, Hot Water Tank, Water Pump, Retractable Awning, Double LP Bottles, High Capacity Battery (replaced 7-2005), Leveling Jacks.

- Great Kitchen Facilities: Microwave, Double Bowl Sink, Stovetop, Outside Stove option included (great for making coffee in the morning without waking everyone up), Large Refrigerator runs on AC or LP Gas.

- Light tow weight great for most mini vans or smaller SUV's. Have pulled with Jeep Cherokee and Mitsubishi Montero.

- Towing hitch and weight distribution bars included (for 2" receiver).

The Kiwi 21C may be used with bunks up or down. This is a nice option for sleeping at rest stops or arriving at your campsite late - no need to set up camp. This can either extend your travel range (arriving later) or vacation time (head out after work instead of Saturday morning).

This is a fully self-contained home away from home. If your campsite doesn't have ANY hookups, you only loose the AC and Microwave. You'll still have the comforts of stereo, interior/exterior lights, hot/cold running water, refrigerator, inside/outside stove cooking, furnace and full bathroom facilities. The battery charges from the tow vehicle or when hooked to AC. Two LP gas bottles make sure you're not left in the cold.

This camper is in great shape and only has slight damage visible in the upper corner (I will have to show you) and mild discoloration in part of the floor (no soft wood). I truly believe I caught any leaks before structural problems could start. Used so infrequently, it still smells new! We will miss it but can't store it at our home. And it's hard to justify the storage fee if we're not using it. We want to see it used by a family who can get the fun out of it!

Pictures below taken August 2006
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