The pictures were frame grabs off a video and I'm surprised at how good they came out.
Steve: I was interested in the window mechanisms. They were pretty cool and a new concept to me. The windows
popped out from the bottom on a top hinge leaving the window opening bare or you could pull a spring loaded screen up for bugs. The night shade pulled down in a similar spring loaded fashion, and the rep stated there was a foil surface on the outside (I didn't look) that would keep all light
out. I didn't see that style of window in any other rv out there, but I suspect other countries have probably used this style for a while.
They had a European look to them.
The composite marble looking counter tops were very light
and I thought durable from appearance, but the balance of the trailer was definitely a tip out sticky dressed up. I think 30,000.00 and change to start.
One option I wish was available for our molded fiberglass units is a factory automotive paint
finish with a choice of colors. In my case that is very wishful
oh, I just noticed LED lighting
. Does any other mfg offer that now?