2001 GL1800 and 2010 Aspen camper

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Motorcycle: 2001 Goldwing

2001 GL1800 and 2010 Aspen camper

Post by jachey » Sun Feb 12, 2017 7:48 pm

2001 Honda Goldwing GL1800. Only 32,680 orginal miles. Very well maintained and cared for. Progressive suspension, Cobra slip on exhaust. Rear swing away passenger highway pegs and front highway pegs. Chrome shark grill and front air scoop chrome accents. Chrome side mirror buckets. Hand Wings and Air Wings. Lower fog lights. Two power ports. One in the left storage compartment and the other next to the ignition. V Stream curved windshield. Passenger volume control and transmitter unit. Bike MP3 player. That's a replacement for the trunk cd player. It is controlled by the original cd controlls on the handlebars. Separately controlled front and rear heated seats with heated passenger backrest. Trailer hitch and trailer light and brake controll wire plug. A additional 12v seperate plug to power a electric cooler on the camper. It keeps the cooler running while connected to the bike. Electronic trailer brake controller. Rear rack storage. Rear compartment red light fixtures. Dowco bike cover with compression storage bag. Two spare rear wheels and tires. Extra carbon fiber heat pads and controler for the seats. Shop manual, push pin buttons. Front chrome disc cover and ront left storage bag. Air cleaner just changed at 25,000 miles. This bike needs nothing. Ready for the riding season.

2010 Aspen Classic camper. Mint condition with the following options. Den room, bed caddy, continital kit (spare tire and rack). Electric brakes. Cooler rack with 12 volt powered Igloo cooler and coupler handle.

Clear titles in hand for both.

The following is from the manufacturer.

The Aspen Classic is our best-selling trailer which features the most storage and camping space of all our models while still providing an easy tow for motorcycles and small cars. You don't need a big, expensive rig to tow an Aspen, just a hitch. All of our the Aspen campers take minutes to set-up and only slightly longer to take down which can be very handy while camping in less than perfect weather conditions. The Classic features the following:

Single-piece, re-enforced fiberglass body available in white, black or gray with basement level for added storage.Storage compartment accessible both while traveling or inside tent. Full perimeter 2" deep box-tube, sealed welded & black powdered-coated frame. A tri-angulated tongue is utilized for maximum stability Dexter Torflex suspension with electric brakes.

Four adjustable jack stands at perimeter of frame1 7/8" standard ball hitch. 4.80 x 12" bias ply tires with Chrome rims. Durable travel cover with 2.5 cubic ft. zippered pocket. LED trailer lighting for safe, long lasting performance. Interior telescoping galvanized steel tent bows. Spring rear loaded bed bow for easy set-up.

Aluma-Core Bed Panels with insulation for maximum strength & weight (rated for 600 lbs.)Single piece seamless white roof. Eight-inch high pan-rolled floor that positions seam above ground level. Tents are seam sealed & water tested. Zippered storm flap that can double as a canopy fly. Zippered pocket for cooler/tongue access from inside the tent. A/C duct flap for optional addition of your own AC unit Dual zippered rear bed window for full access through the rear of the tent. Rear window awning with flexible rod to allow for additional privacy and water shed. King size foam mattresses with cleanable covers.  Dry weight is 350lbs. Tongue weight is 24lbs. Storage capacity is 25 cubic feet.

Will trade even up for a Harley Davidson Ultra Classic. Must be 2008 or newer.

13,000 buys both.

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Re: 2001 GL1800 and 2010 Aspen camper

Post by ackerbergt1 » Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:48 pm

Would you consider selling the camper separate from the motorcycle? What city and state are you selling this from? Thank you for the information.

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