Any opinions on the Beaver Contessa DP for getting started full timing?

Old Trucker

Junior Member
Hello , we are looking at an older Beaver Cotessa to start our adventures in full time RVing and would appreciate any feedback on this particular brand.


Senior Member
Good quality MH. Solid wood and good amenities. It all depends on THE unit as the MH's get older. Just have it inspected before purchase and pay attention to age on tires(no more than 7 years) and batteries(I would say no more than 5 years) all could be bargining chips on price. For full time a a couple good options are a good sized motor and a Agua hot system for hot water heat and bathing. Also at least two slides would be in the want list also.