I like some of the ideas I see in this unit, and although the trailer body is not our moulded fiberglass, the ideas can still be inspiration to us. Fabric storage modules, for instance, could be an interesting approach.
The rear access door, for use primarily when the rear area is configured for storage, seems to be a common feature of stick-built travel trailers with a bunk setup running along the curb side at the back (like a B1700 or some Bigfoot
side gauchos) - the bottom bunk in those units can fold to leave a tall storage "garage". I think the ability to have a door of that size and position is an argument for one-piece flat sides, rarely found in moulded fiberglass trailers; the Fiber Stream
is the notable exception that I have seen.
Since the T@B is also produced in the United States by one of the many Thor RV companies, the same method could be used to offer this trailer, but I doubt that would happen. While the T@B has appealing novely (due to its shape), I think that the Deseo would just be considered to have inadequate load capacity. Although it is large by egg standards, it is light
in both empty weight
and allowed total weight
, due to light