For sale 2019 OPUS Air Offroad Camper

Discussion in 'Other' started by Maineboarder88, Oct 17, 2019.

  1. Maineboarder88

    Maineboarder88 Been here awhile

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    Here is a relatively rare and unique camper built for true off-roading with functional suspension and a rotating/articulating hitch..

    Deigned in the UK for the Australian Off Road market and only recently available in the U.S.

    I bought mine this Spring and have only used it 3 times this Summer.

    Changing circumstances necessitate the sale.

    I actually have two of the optional exterior annexes valued at $2K each (they sent me the annex for the European model by accident before they made good and sent me the US Annex) and also an optional sun awning that can be used in place of the Annex.

    Original MSRP was $30,202; Selling for $23,000

    I'm selling for $2K less than I owe; I will kick in cash to pay off and release the lien.

    Light enough to be towed by a Jeep, small pickup or SUV @ 2870 lbs dry and an additional 1100 lbs load capacity for a total of a 3970 lb Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

    This thing is massive inside and can sleep up to 10 people with the Annex deployed (6 in the main camper).

    Light, airy, and modern.

    Check out the details at the OPUS USA website here:

    https://www.opuscamper.us/

    I will set it up for an in-person inspection for serious buyers.

    Lots of videos here: https://www.opuscamper.us/videos/

    Located in Marshall, Michigan

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  2. nathansharkey80

    nathansharkey80 n00b

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    How easy is it to pack away? Can it be packed away when it is wet from rain?
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  3. Maineboarder88

    Maineboarder88 Been here awhile

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    Packing is quick and easy. However, set up (with the Annex attached) is a bit "involved". Without the exterior annex, it's literally push button easy to inflate in under 5 minutes or so.

    As with any camper that uses fabric; if packed up wet, it's necessary to set up again once at home to air dry it. Otherwise mold could occur.
    Fortunately, I haven't been caught in that situation. :clap
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    Maineboarder88 Been here awhile

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