If you don't get any offers here, I know Scamp
has a referral program, and I suspect Lil Snoozy
might, too. Their sales department sets you up with a nearby owner willing to give you a tour. No obligation to purchase, but if you do, the owner gets a small bonus. Win-win.
I am curious though... Many people cross-shop Scamp
, but this seems an unusual match-up. They are about as different as two molded fiberglass trailers can possibly be. What led you to these two?
Scamp: old-school design, side entry, traditional lined single-wall shell, treated OSB subfloor, riveted fiberglass cabinetry, propane/electric appliances, small (45"x76") convertible main bed, flush toilet with black tank, electric brakes
, painted steel frame, compact size, limited headroom, lighter weight
: new design, rear entry, double-layer honeycomb core unlined shell, full fiberglass bathtub floor, bonded wood cabinetry, electric-only appliances, large (60"x80") permanent main bed, cassette toilet, hydraulic surge brakes
, galvanized frame, larger size, more headroom, heavier weight
Have you looked at Escape
? An Escape
17 would be an in-between choice, size-wise, and combines some of the best attributes of both. Not to discourage you from either Scamp or Lil Snoozy- they're all great trailers, just different.
And the obvious, as you're in Texas- Casita
Best wishes finding the one that's perfect for you!