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FS: 2011 Johnno's Evolution Camper Trailer

Up for sale is our top of the range Johnnos 'Evolution' off-road, go anywhere camper trailer.

The asking price is just $17.500

NSW registered until June 2018 but will cover the cost of 12 months rego - located in Ermington, Sydney

More photos can be provided on request. Inspections welcome.


Winner of the Camper Trailer of the Year Award 2012 and manufactured completely in Australia (no Chinese bits).

Complete with heavy duty off-road 9-leaf springs, mud terrain tires, water tanks, solar panels, heavy duty Australia made canvas, this rig will go anywhere your 4x4 will take you!

This is NOT a cheap Chinese camper, so no the asking price is not unrealistic. This trailer is 100% Australian built and fitted with Australian 15oz Canvas, superior in stength and longevity, than that used on your cheap Chinese campers.

The Evo has proved to be an excellent camper for us. The time to get the tent up and get out of the rain is about 5 minutes with a bit more time needed to put up the awning etc. Its quite luxurious and we have no trouble living in it for weeks on end. The kitchen is large and spacious with the lidded marine BBQ allowing you to cook small roasts etc, plus there is a wok burner for kettle, pots and frying pans. Water is piped from the kitchen via a retractable flexible hose so it's dead easy to clean up.


Original cost was $26,000 and the following additions & inclusions have since been made:

* Awning side walls, cost $1,600.

* Waeco CF80 80 litre fridge/freezer (cost $1,400)

* Additional switched LED lighting fitted in the tents roof.

* LED lighting fitted in trailer body tub.

* Water gauges fitted to both tanks.

* Additional 4.5kg gas bottle storage fitted.

* Fire extinguisher fitted.

* Spare wheel mount fitted to the tailgate although it can still locate on the nose cone.

* Electric brakes upgraded to Alko 10" off road electric brakes.

* LED reversing lights fitted.

* Projecta IDC25 battery management, DC-DC charger with built in solar MPPT ($250).

* 120W 'Rich Solar' Solar panel.

* Anderson solar panel socket mounted in side of camper.

* GSL BCAC1230RV  240v 25 amp battery charger ($560).

* Brand new inner spring queen size mattress.

* Coleman gas instant hot water heater with gas bottles and shower fitting.

* Collapsible shower tent.

* Bedroom window awning spreader fitted.


The Evolution is factory supplied with features including:

* 100 x 50 x 2.5 Duragal draw bar.

* 50 x 50 x 2.5 Duragal chassis.

* 2080 x 1275 x 500 Zincaneal body.

* 32 x 11.50 R15 Maxxis Bighorn tyres.

* Hyland 360 degree articulated off road tow ball coupling which fits on a standard 50mm tow ball.

* Rear recovery point.

* Large firewood bin (or 5x Jerry cans).

* Twin jockey wheel mounting points.

* Rear wind down stabilisers.

* Nine-leaf off-road suspension.

* 10" electric brakes.

* Stainless steel kitchen with sink.

* Spice/Utility rack in stainless steel.

* Sovereign stainless steel marine barbeque.

* 4.5Kg gas bottle.

* Wok burner.

* Queen size mattress.

* 2 x 60L water tanks with separate 12v and manual pumps.

* Nose cone storage with built in Pole storage.

* MaxTrax recovery boards.

* Two (2) x 75 a/hr AGM batteries.

* 7 pin trailer plug.

* 50 amp Anderson plug for battery connection.

* 2.2m x 2.7m tent area.



Tent setup/pack up video here from the people who make the tent:


reviews and info here:


We can provide lots more info and photo's, just ask.

Inspections welcome. Camper located in Ermington (Sydney)

Malcom 0409 467 307


-- Edited by WomblingFRee on Wednesday 18th of April 2018 11:00:39 AM

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