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Old 04-06-2019, 08:34 PM   #1
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2013 Escape 19 for Sale. $22,500 USD reduced 4/20

Bremerton, WA

Well maintained and loved 19 with many factory options and user mods to make life easier. We have a new 5.0 TA in production for end of April. Need to make room for it in the driveway!

THE RIG
  • 2 Way Hot Water Tank (Propane & 120V)
    Exterior Shower (Drivers Side)
    Dual 6V Batteries (ETI Installed last May)
    1500W Inverter (ETI Installed last May)
    2 roof mounted solar panels. (1 factory, 1 owner installed)
    ZAMP Solar port on front storage box wired to batteries for portable solar panel. (Portable Panel not included)
    Manual Awning
    Air Conditioner
    MaxiFan
    3-way 4 cu ft Fridge, with additional power vent fan and extra insulation. (120V AC, 12V DC and Propane)
    Propane furnace
    Propane quick disconnect port
    Extra Insulation & Framed Thermal Windows (Not all windows available in Thermal)
    Opening Window in the Bathroom (Framed Non-Thermal)
    Opening Window in the Kitchen over Sink (Framed Non-Thermal)
    Aluminum Rim Package (Includes 5 Tires and Rims)
    Power Tongue Jack
    Cabinet Door at end of Bench
    Receivers for Dinette table legs are recessed into floor so floor is flat when table is not in use.
    Folding counter extension by sink.
    Storage Box (Front of Trailer)
    Bearings and brakes serviced 2,000 miles ago.
    CalMark custom cover included.
    FastAway E2 WDH included.
    Trailer Valet available for additional $150.
    All factory service calls performed by ETI in Chilliwack, CA.

USER MODS
  • IKEA Bed slats under queen mattress. Increased comfort and ventilation.
    Elfa Mesh wire storage baskets in pantry and under sink. With travel pins to lock them down underway.
    Custom shoe storage under passenger dinette bench
    Under bed roll-out box for sheets
    4 Umbra hooks opposite the doorway and 1 by the door.
    Oak storage cubbies for eye glasses, flashlights etc over bed.
    LED lights behind shelf above dinette table w/ remote
    Nylon strap mounted to fridge to keep door closed on rough roads
    Folding trash bag holder mounted to door.
    Quiet, directional fan above foot of bed for cooling off.
    Rear receiver hitch wired to trailer lights. (Used for 1UP bike rack illuminated license plate holder)
    LED light bar inside exterior hatch.

PM me if interested.

Edit: more interior photos coming tomorrow. We forgot to take them in landscape mode so they will show right side up on the forum. Need to retake them in the morning.
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Old 04-07-2019, 05:12 PM   #2
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More Picts for 2013 19

Here are some more pictures of our trailer. They show some of the storage mods, etc. PM me if interested.
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Old 04-07-2019, 05:18 PM   #3
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Inverter

Picture of the factory installed inverter to one outlet. The outlet can be switched between shore power or the inverter.

This was installed last May by ETI along with new twin 6V interstate batteries. With the 2 solar panels on the roof, (Total 150W) we are able to cook a dinner in our instapot and have the batteries fully charged by early afternoon the following day.
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Old 04-08-2019, 06:12 PM   #4
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Your 19 for sale

Hello, we live in Port Townsend. We regret selling our 17 a few years ago. We are interested in your trailer. A few questions:
Has the underside been insulated as well?
Does it happen to have the extra lift on the axles?
Awning brackets and canvas in good shape?
Any known issues or concerns?
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Old 04-08-2019, 07:17 PM   #5
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Hi Kim,

No, it does not have the spray foam underneath. It was on my list to add 2 foam as described in this link but I never got around to it. Adding underfloor insulation
It also does not have the lifts for the axels. I my sister lives on Orcas Island down a long undulating double-track drive and it did fine on that road. I did take it slow of course.
Awning arms, etc are in fine shape. I have been waiting for some good weather to open it up and give the fabric its spring cleaning, but there are no tears or anything like that.

Im in Santa Monica at the moment on business but will be back Friday if you want to come for a look this weekend. Let me know.
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Old 04-15-2019, 03:18 PM   #6
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2013 Escape 19' - Price reduced $24,000 USD.

After reading a recent thread on tire life I realized that although there are less than 30,000 miles on the tires and they still look great, they likely need to be replaced. So knocking off $1000 USD for that purpose.
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Price reduced to $22,500

Price reduced to $22,500

The great exchange rate is impacting the secondary market if one lives close ETI as I do. Therefore I am reducing the price again. (I can't complain too much as the exchange rate is favorable for the new 5.0 we just paid for.)

Would one of the moderators adjust the title of the thread for me? Thanks so much!
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A couple more picts.

A couple more picts of the outside. She has had a coat or 2 of wax with a power buffer every year I have owned her.
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Hi - I/we are seriously looking at Escape trailers and have contacted them for quotes and details. They referred me to the for sale forum. We looked at this very model in Desert Hot Springs (neighbor camper) in February. We currently have a pickup camper on our Tacoma and need something more comfortable for long trips. Us and the two lap dogs! I see by the picture you have a Tacoma as well - how does it fair towing? We also have a 4 Runner so may likely use either. We are in Alberta but I do have an Overland Rally in Plain Washington in June (NWOR). Given our exchange rate and our ridiculous GST tax is there a possibility to negotiate more. If so let me know and I will call you directly. Thanks
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Hi - I/we are seriously looking at Escape trailers and have contacted them for quotes and details. They referred me to the for sale forum. We looked at this very model in Desert Hot Springs (neighbor camper) in February. We currently have a pickup camper on our Tacoma and need something more comfortable for long trips. Us and the two lap dogs! I see by the picture you have a Tacoma as well - how does it fair towing? We also have a 4 Runner so may likely use either. We are in Alberta but I do have an Overland Rally in Plain Washington in June (NWOR). Given our exchange rate and our ridiculous GST tax is there a possibility to negotiate more. If so let me know and I will call you directly. Thanks
Hi, thank you for your interest.

I recently talked about my experience in post # 6 on this thread. Update on E21 experience

Several other Tacoma owners chimed in as well. It was a good discussion.

One thing to note is that my classic 2013 vintage 19' has a GVW that is 1000 lbs lighter than the current new 19'. The new 19' and 21' are close to the same weight so the above discussion is relevant.

Bottom line, the 3rd gen Tacomas, (2016 and later) are fully capable of towing a '19. But your gas milage will suffer when pulling grades since the sweet spot for max torque is 3000 - 4000 RPM. The 4 Runner may do better as they have a different engine but Im not as familiar with them.

Regarding price, this forum discourages public discussion of price so I have sent you a private message. Regards,
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