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13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950


This is a 13-foot stealth cargo trailer conversion tiny house for $5950.

It’s ready to go off-grid with a solar system, full kitchen, bathroom, bunks, and more. Pretty impressive for its size.

This cargo-like travel trailer is listed in the Nashville Craigslist. It’s built by Pee Wee Campers. More info below. Don’t miss other tiny homes like this – join our Tiny House Newsletter!

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion Tiny House with Solar, Full Kitchen, Bath, Bunks for $5,950 in Nashville

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

13-Foot Stealth Cargo Trailer Conversion for $5950

Images via Craigslist

It looks like a cargo trailer, but it’s really a custom-built tiny camper. According to the listing on Craigslist, it’s stick-built. More info below!

Highlights

  • Manufacturer: Pee Wee
  • Model name: Pint Size
  • Paint color: White
  • Dimensions: 13′ x 7′ x 8′
  • Year: 2015
  • Over $4,200 in upgrades according to the listing
  • 400-watt rooftop solar array
  • 2000W/4000W Inverter
  • 2 AGM storage batteries
  • Electric braking
  • HD Leaf Springs
  • Larger 4.4 cu-ft refrigerator/freezer
  • Larger medicine cabinet
  • Kitchen window upgrade
  • $5950
  • And more…

Newer stick built travel trailer with all amenities to live off the grid! Over $4,200. of upgrades added since I purchased it; 400 watt rooftop solar array, 2000W/4000W inverter, 2 AGM storage batteries, electric braking, HD leaf springs, larger 4.4 cu-ft refrigerator/freezer, larger medicine cabinet, special designed kitchen window, rear hitch cargo carrier, roof access ladder, spare wheel assy’, HD 6-ply radial tires, & upgraded interior lighting. Standard features include, 2 bunks w/ custom mattresses & fitted linens, Thedford flush toilet, 7 gal. hot water heater, full size shower stall, powered roof vents, large grey & black water tanks, 32 gal. fresh water tank & 3′ V-nose storage area.

Sold…

References

  1. Nashville Craigslist
  2. Pee Wee Campers

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  • Avatar Susanne Boyd February 4, 2019, 5:46 pm

    IMPRESSIVE!!!!!😍

  • Avatar Michael February 5, 2019, 7:18 am

    It has it all on a small footprint. I guess standing headroom won’t be enough for my 6’4″.

  • Avatar Trish February 5, 2019, 1:21 pm

    Without a doubt one of the best uses of space ever in THOW, and it is attractive also. Usually the looks don’t line up with the function in these trailer conversions.

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn February 6, 2019, 7:05 am

    Looks great but all semblance of stealth camping disappears because of the windows which are a dead giveaway. Don’t like the bed that goes under the countertop either. Great use of the size though and proves that small is as good as big for THs. On wheels or off.

  • Avatar Victoria Banaszak February 6, 2019, 10:10 pm

    I am amazed at how much they got into such a tiny space. Pretty cool.

  • Avatar CJ February 7, 2019, 12:53 am

    Love the design and layout except for the bed. My husband and I would need a full sized bed. We don’t need such a big kitchen and could use part of that area for the full sized bed.

  • Avatar Theresa Perdue March 14, 2019, 1:50 pm

    I don’t understand why he’s not charging more for it?

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