5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

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5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby FloridaDee » Sun May 18, 2014 3:06 pm

Howdy! I'm new to the forum, but so very glad I found this group. I am researching campers and need to find a smaller teardrop, as my garage is only 7.5 wide at the entrance. Does anyone has the Little Guy 5x7 Deuce? It is the very basic model, but if they install A/C, it looks like a great "starter" teardrop until I can afford an upgrade.

Thanks for any input or advice,
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby deleted » Sun May 25, 2014 10:31 pm

Hi Dee,

Sorry, I don't have that teardrop (or a teardrop at all for that matter) so I can't offer any insights but wanted to welcome you to the forum!
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby Verna » Mon May 26, 2014 3:42 am

www.golittleguy.com
is Little Guy's website with a forum. You can check there for information.
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby PKCSPT » Mon May 26, 2014 10:22 am

I love my Little Guy, also a very basic model. It is a 4 wide they called Econ. Just a shell, no electric, water or real galley just a shelf across the back.
I thought it would be lighter this way which was why I chose this one, but I now love it. There are things I would love to add like a 2nd door but plan to use it as is for a very long time. And that is the other nice thing about teardrops in general and my Little Guy. I can add to it if and when I want to.
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby 1950 tear » Tue May 27, 2014 4:57 pm

[quote="FloridaDee"]Howdy! I'm new to the forum, but so very glad I found this group. I am researching campers and need to find a smaller teardrop, as my garage is only 7.5 wide at the entrance. Does anyone has the Little Guy 5x7 Deuce? It is the very basic model, but if they install A/C, it looks like a great "starter" teardrop until I can afford an upgrade.

Thanks for any input or advice,
Hello newbie here from s al
took my newly renovated 1950 tear out to milton fl with family. it was hot and the weather too. it is great when weather cool. put everything in basement waiting on a cool down.
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby FloridaDee » Wed May 28, 2014 8:21 pm

Well, I bought a 4x8 Camper! Not a Little Guy, but a SignaTour Trailer. Made only one hour from my city.

See the pic:
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Got it for a bargain! It has a small AC, roof rack, alum wheels and graphics package. All at dealer cost to clear these little campers off the lot.

So excited!!
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby deleted » Wed May 28, 2014 10:58 pm

Congratulations Dee! :applause:
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby rebapuck » Thu May 29, 2014 10:05 pm

Congratulations! Bet your brain is in overdrive thinking of ways to make it "yours".
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Re: 5x7 Deuce from Little Guy Mfg

Postby PKCSPT » Thu May 29, 2014 10:14 pm

Looks like a nice little camper,, have fun
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Revised: SignaTour camper 2014

Postby FloridaDee » Mon Jun 23, 2014 7:03 pm

Yes, I am very excited to have my little SignaTour camper! Made some reservations for Sept, Oct. and November! Will fill in with trips to my friend's rural property about 2 hours from here.

I've begun collecting camping gear from my closets and taking downstairs to the garage where I keep my "Campfire Cabin." Getting organized and making plans.

Woo hoo :twisted:
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