Scamp Deluxe Interiors - Fiberglass RV


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Old 09-13-2007, 02:19 PM   #1
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One thing I like about the Scamp is their deluxe interiors. The bare white fiberglass looks nice on the outside but the wood seems to offer a nice touch inside. Why doesn't Casita offer something similar?
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Old 09-13-2007, 02:41 PM   #2
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There's not a lot of white fiberglass showing. Cabinet doors, furnace, fridge, sink, stove top, etc. all take up space in the white fiberglass cabinetry. There's added weight with the wood cabinetry. I personally like the contrast and the lighter color.

I don't know why Casita doesn't offer all wooden cabinetry, but a phone call to Casita should answer that question.
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One thing I like about the Scamp is their deluxe interiors. The bare white fiberglass looks nice on the outside but the wood seems to offer a nice touch inside. Why doesn't Casita offer something similar?
It's pretty simple; they use different business models. Both are successful, and each caters to its own niche.

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The base Scamp interior is like the Casita interior (in both cases, like the classic Boler/Trillium "egg") - only the Deluxe is all-wood. As Roger said, they've taken different approaches to upgraded models.

Escape uses wood cabinets, somewhat like the Scamp Deluxe, in all of their trailers. Escape's Reace is a member here, and might have some comment on that choice.
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