I am selling my 2019 nuCamp Cirrus 920 truck camper. I don’t want to sell it, but we are moving to Hawaii where it can’t be used. It’s a great camper with lots of features and room inside. With a dry weight of 2,905 pounds, the Cirrus 920 is a long-bed camper made for one-ton trucks, though some better-rated 3/4-ton trucks can haul it. It’s built with strong aluminum framing covered with Azdel composite panels that look as those they are brand new! This is a true, four-season camper that has resided in a two-season environment on the central coast of California. The camper looks brand new.
Cirrus campers are built in Ohio, but the 920 is no longer being built. I was able to find one of the last two still on a lot new in Wisconsin. I’ve searched for another since this purchase and cannot find another new one for sale anywhere. I paid nuCamp to have it trucked it to Palmdale, California for $2,000. Please YouTube this unit for a full feature of its equipment—this is how I was convinced to buy this camper sight unseen.
This Cirrus 920 is loaded. The wet-bath features a unique, fold-down sink that provides plenty of room to shower! The Alde combination water heater and furnace keeps the camper toasty warm in winter and provides plenty of hot water for showers. The skylight is a nuCamp trademark. It’s great for stargazing. It opens up completely or a slide screen or a blackout blind. As you can see, the refrigerator is massive at 8 cubic feet. The bottom, pull-out part of the refrigerator can hold full size bottles. It also features a convection/microwave oven that is large enough for large pans! The small table swivels 360 degrees and adds counter space at kitchen area.
This Cirrus 920 is a terrific camper, rated #1 by Truck Camper Adventure as the best long-bed, non-slide model. It’s been featured several times in the web magazine including a superb “EarthRoamer” build.
The Cirrus 920 bumper is rock solid and one of the best features of this camper. The camper has no generator, factory solar only (100 watts), with two 6 volt lithium batteries. We never needed a generator where I camped in California. Solar was enough. If I needed 110 volt power, I would camp on private land where I could plug into shore power. The LED lights are very bright and the back up ones work well for getting into the camp sites while looking at the back up camera!
If you’ve been looking for a Cirrus 920, don’t wait. This camper won’t last long. The camper is located in Lompoc, California. I am asking $36,000. Contact Lee at email@example.com for more info and photos.
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