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2019 Hallmark Milner For Sale

I love this well engineered 2019 Hallmark Milner popup truck camper! I had it built for solid three season and the occasional winter camping and photography adventures. Great for Backcountry camping. Popup provides lower profile in the woods, rock ledges and highway travel. Well insulated for comfortable inside temperatures. Garage kept when not roaming in the wild! The systems are very efficient for multi day stays and function well at high elevations and colder temperatures. I have camped frequently above 9500 ft and as cold as 12ºF with the heater set to 65ºF (It goes up to 85ºF) It weighs about 1450 lbs dry. Fits in a 6.5 ft bed. Located near Park City, UT. Asking $29,300 OBO.  Contact Scott at (801) 641-3495 or email scott.hall.images@gmail.com

Tons of Features:

—360 views with soft top windows. Soft panels are well insulated, great for hot and cold conditions. Two windows on each side for 8 total. This helps with cross ventilation options.

—Desert Decor, bright and open with a little color pop.

—Large fixed windows by sink and dinette

—East West queen mattress with massive under-bed storage with gas struts. Hypervent is under the mattress to ensure condensation management. There is room for a topper and some bedding when top is down.

—Marine Lewmar Skylight for star gazing and roof access

—Fiberglass / carbo fiber composite construction, build to last decades.

      —Strong with some give for off road use

      —Provides more of a thermal break than aluminum

—Mechanical Roof lifting device (use household battery drill to raise) Can lift over 400lbs on roof Roof can support 1000 lbs

--Two 100ah Battleborn Lithium batteries which are in an interior compartment so they function outstanding even in cold temperatures.

—Sterling Battery to Battery Charger

—Victron Battery Monitor

—Blue Sea Battery Isolation Switch.

—LED lighting through out and independently controlled.

Truma Eco Combi Plus Heater / Hot water Heater system (highlight efficient 12V and propane), 14,300 BTUs. Ducts routed to keep systems and cabin warm with circulating air.

     --Can also run off of 110 electrical (staging or if at a camp ground)

     --Easy to winterize

     ---Ducted system for even temperature

     --Works well above 9500ft. I have not had any issues at altitude which was a main concern. 

--12v Drawer Style Truck Fridge, made by same company as Isotherm with many of the same components. Drawer style allows easy access from inside or outside.

—Outdoor Bora shower

—20 or 30 gallon freshwater tank (I need to verify)

—20lbs horizontal propane tank

—Two 10 lbs aluminum portable tanks with power tank mounts (for accessory items or to -plug into main system if required)

—Dometic two burner stove with cover.

—Fantastic Fan

—4 removable Happy Jack corner stands…use same drill bit as roof mechanism

—TorqueLift mounting brackets

—Ladder to roof

—Roof Rack

—Thule Storage box

—Wired for solar and AC, though have not needed either. I can go for 3 plus days without charging and can recharge the system with just a few hours drive.

—Snap thermo covers for hard side windows and skylight.

—Dinette converts to bed and can bee used with roof down if desired.

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