2021 NuCamp T@G Boonedock
PICKUP IN CHARLOTTE, NC
A few words about our camper
This is our 2021 T@G XL Boondock. It's "badass". It was purchased on October 30th 2020, new, here in North Carolina, not far from where we live. Unless you have stumbled here by chance, you know what you are looking at. If not, hop over to https://nucamprv.com/tag-trailer/ and you can get the full scoop right from the manufacturer. In a nutshell, this camper is basically "new". We've taken it on three trips... once locally and two to Florida. All in, it has no more than 3000 miles on it. It has no scratches, no dents, and basically, no wear and tear. In the short time we have owned it we did several modifications which I will outline below. under the appropriate pictures
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Why we are selling it
I am a director/cinematographer and wildlife photographer who shoots all over the world. Understandably, I travel extensively. When the pandemic hit, all of that came to a grinding halt. Rather than sit around and worry, we decided to trick out my Ford F-150 and truck camp across the American West for 3 weeks last fall. It was different, but a whole lot of fun and adventure. When we came home... we decided to "upgrade" and bought the T@G. We were determined not to let the virus ground us.
Flash forward to today... the vaccine seems to be reopening the world and we are resetting our sites on getting back out there. In fact, that's already happening. Because of what I do for a living, I have seen the entire United States and most of my pre-covid travel (as of late) was internationally. It's time to get back to that. The Boonedock can do a lot of things... but it can't float and it can't fly. So it's time to release it from its short stay at out house into the hands of someone who will put it through the paces it was designed for. Let's get to it...
Exterior. With the exception of some occasional pollen dust, the exterior of our T@G is in showroom condition. This fits into our garage, where it has lived since we purchased it. And on the few times we do have to leave it out we purchased a PahaQue cover for it.
(full disclosure: picture below is from the PahaQue website but we have the same cover bought new about 5 months ago)
Yes... we have T-rails and a Yakima rack
Interior. Also spotless. The 2021 does not come with the Jensen TV but we added it and hard wired the 12volt (to eliminate hum when running it through the T@G bluetooth radio. Heater works well but we never used it. AC works great. Made a modification to the cabinet on the right side to accommodate a Keurig for coffee time in the mornings without having to get out of the camper.
(a mod copied many times after I posted it on the T@G user groups sites)
Also immaculate due to the limited use.
A few mods here. Yes, we have wing walls (https://www.teardropgalleywingwalls.com)(grey). We do not use the Yeti cooler (we have a domestic fridge /freezer which we take with us. So we removed it and converted that space to storage (plastic stackable boxes not shown here). On top of that we created a removable butcher block table that can be used to eat on or as extra storage space. It just slides in. Microwave has never been used. Standard nuCamp stove. We made and installed a custom drawer to go over our slide in butcher block table.Added knife race to doors and modified under sink storage to accommodate more space. We also added some hanging rings and a spot for paper towels. On the clamshell we adapted a security camera cover to act as a light diffuser to reduce the harsh light installed in the clamshell. The unused brand new Yeti cooler is included in the purchase