Scamp ordered… Bring It!

I bite the bullet, paid my my $500 deposit, and order my Scamp last week.

I opted for a 13 footer with shower/toilet, roof mounted AC, roof mounted fan, furnace, vinyl floors, screen door, extra cabinets, stove cover, 12v outlet, and extra lights.

Now… the wait begins. My new micro home on wheels will be ready in mid-January.

I also opted to have the factory leave the decals off of the Scamp, and it my intent to give her a retro look with a cool paint job, like this…


What do you think?

8 thoughts on “Scamp ordered… Bring It!

    1. Hmmm… I will have to investigate this. Did they go to your spam? Also, be sure to click the “Notify me of new comments via email” box to receive notification on comments that you leave. Thanks for following my adventure. Have a great day.


  1. My ’69 Shasta Compact is 13′ with tongue, so only about 10′ inside. It’s well equipped, though. The last owner remodeled from the floor up. She’s all electric, which I love, actually. No propane to deal with. AC/fridge/electric fireplace with fan heat/microwave/fancy schmancy Keurig coffee maker, all built in. TV/DVD player. He also built a darling little closet which houses a water flushing Thetford potty. His upholstered couch to bed build is amazing. Easy to change out with overhead storage for bedding with three inset lights for night time ambience. Can you tell I love her? 🙂 Can’t wait to see the inside of your Scamp!


    1. She sounds amazing. I would love to see pics.

      I plan on doing a combination of campgrounds and boondocking, so I will need the gas setup. I’m still a few months away from picking up my Scamp (January), but I will definitely be posting pics as soon as I get it.


  2. Found this post via Becky’s IO blog. Congratulations! Though I haven’t done extensive camping yet I purchased a tiny vintage 1969 Shasta Compact this past year and plan to take to the road in some capacity when the time comes. Purchasing a new 13′ Scamp was on my short list before I came across my darling little “cramper” and decided she will do just fine. Your Scamp will look great without the logo and with the cool paint job. I look forward to reading about your coming adventures in your tiny new camper…best wishes to you! 🙂


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