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Made by Nimrod in 1968 for Sears and sold as a Ted Williams pop-up. 10 x 10 Add-a-room. With the loft it was 15' high. Slept 11, i.e., 6 downstairs and with the ladder pulled up, 5 upstairs. The box was only 6 x 10 but kitchen bumped out in back giving more room inside. Torsion spring lift system so I'm not sure which got weaker with time, me or the springs.
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@Rettch: Never thought of it that way before. :-))

We had a lot of fun with this camper. However, it was a complete spring lift system and I'm not sure which got weaker with age, me or the springs. When I bought a newer pop-up with a crank-up system, I was very happy to see the old one go around the corner on someone else's bumper hitch.


Kinda like clowns getting out of a Volkswagen Beetle--it just keeps coming out.


Spent half our time at the campground conducting tours. One time I counted (including my family) eighteen people walking around inside.


I had a hotel room in HK that had less square footage. Though it was considerably more luxe.


Makes my house look small!! LOL!


@Mischa95 @PutterDutt

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