Just a few note's from the "old man" at "Lil Snoozy": We have made numerous evolvements since the intro of the " Lil Snoozy" A lot of it from input from you folks here on FRV. We have a new lighter weight
frame (about 100 lbs savings) moved it in a couple of inches and found a black paint
that sticks to the galvinizing making the frame nearly invisible, a new lighter weight
yet stronger laminate structure for the body, doubled the size of the vertical cabinet's by the sink and increased the over head cabinets to 62" with three doors giving a ton more storage. Added drawers to the cabinets in the entertainment center. Extra or custom cabinets are readily available on request. We will begin posting our new lighter weights and interior cabinets designs when the webdesign company gets us a proof ready. We also have made a new fiberglass molded part that covers the frame out front giving a much cleaner neater look while also giving more outside storage for the generator
or other stuff. A new fiberglass molded cover for the air conditioner (Keeps it cleaner, neater looking and keeps dirt dobers etc out of the unit) With the unit being mostly outside no worries of drainage or leaking in the cabin and it's much quieter. New vertical Led tail lights
including a stop light
over the door. We have a new 1100 Watt solar
option designed by a commercial company that should run most every thing with in reason. And a lot more is coming with most improvements retrofitable to all existing "LiL Snoozy's" already out there. And you still don't have to duck your head going the door and fold this down and move that over to have a real inner spring queen size bed. We recently had a couple make a 4300 mile maiden voyage with out the first mishap. They were so happy they sold one for us when they returned home. Call us or e-mail us if we can help on any for your fiberglass or camper problems. Again thanks to all for your support.
Tha "LiL Snoozy Team"