The price in the Woodall RV mag says approx $7400 for the basic tralier. I agree, $9400 is pricey.
Ten years ago, (1996) I investigated the then new Lite House
, which was the predecessor to this unit. The manufacturer claimed he came up with this design as an alternative for tenters with small cars. The "basic" unit, queen bed, interior lights
, 2 burner stove, sink with manual pump faucet, and ice box
sold for $6500.
He was running a "special" on a stripped down version
at the time. No stove, no sink, no ice box. Just the benches that converted into the queen size bed and the cabinets where the appliances would have gone. Also left out the window across the front, so you got only 2 windows
, not 3. $4000.
Both units came with a vinyl floor and reflectix covered with "rat fur" on the walls & ceiling.
He also had an impressive list of "options":
table (with folding legs) that could be used outside.
(glassed into the roof)
I added up the a-la-carte pricing on all the options, and fully equipped it was $10,300.
One thing Little Joe
added that Lite House
never had was the upper cabinets. And, of course, the roof rack.