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kknowlton

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Posted: 10/14/17 08:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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we finally brought home our "new" pop up trailer to pull with our Jeep. We bought a 1978 Coleman Concord, in great condition, remodeled inside, new canvas, and in great shape. Plus, it's light enough for us to move manually into place.


Congrats, Renee! That was a good year for popups (we had a '78 Starcraft)! We loved being able to push it around into position - but be sure not to do so on too much of a slope, or it will get away from you! [emoticon] Hope you get lots of enjoyment from it!

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Thank you, Karen. We opened it up today then put it away for the winter and did the same for our fifth wheel. Who knows. If we have a surprise unseasonably warm weekend, we may take the new pop-up out for a night.


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We just bought a 1978 Coleman Concord Pop-up. After looking at many pop-up trailers, this was the best size and fit for us to tow with our Jeep to FS CG's that our FW will not fit in. It's in great shape, has new canvas, remodeled interior and has been lifted. We'll be replacing the springs to give us an additional 1 to 2 inches in height. Due to where we had to park it on our property, it was essential that we were able to move it manually in place and we can. Here are some photos:

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Looks to be in really great shape, Renee! Hope you have many enjoyable trips with it!

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Thanks, Karen!

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8/2017 @ Nickerson State Park in Brewster MA, Cape Cod. The Wife & I sleep in the pop up, the 3 kids use the 6 man tent for sleeping. The pop up came with an interior shower, but we need the space for storage, so I added an outdoor shower after camping the end of summer.
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Below; Wampatuck State Park (same trip), just outside of Boston in Hingham MA.
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Boondocking 2018 Delaware State Forest
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this is my second pup, and was preceded by my hybrid bunkhouse.

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Here's some pics of my new 2019 Rockwood 2716G

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ReneeG wrote:

We just bought a 1978 Coleman Concord Pop-up. After looking at many pop-up trailers, this was the best size and fit for us to tow with our Jeep to FS CG's that our FW will not fit in. It's in great shape, has new canvas, remodeled interior and has been lifted. We'll be replacing the springs to give us an additional 1 to 2 inches in height. Due to where we had to park it on our property, it was essential that we were able to move it manually in place and we can. Here are some photos:

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That is one nice camper, especially since it's that old. Very nice.

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Agreed - for a '78 that looks to be in fantastic shape!

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