When I ordered, I specified no stripes, no logos on spare cover. They said they could also delete the "Casita" logo, but I insisted they should leave their name on it. After reading y'all's posts about getting old stickers off, I think I'll remove them now, rather than later. I guess they've had a year and a half of advertising, now.
With the Casita
, I like the way most people don't even understand they're looking at an RV...most people just think it's a utility trailer! (Even sillier, a car salesman asked me if it was a HORSE trailer
AS IF a horse could fit in here!!!)
I get questioned several times a week by people who DO know what they're looking at.
As for the rest of 'em, I'd just as soon as they keep thinking it's a cargo trailer, so the decals gotta go. (There's just three of 'em)
By the way, the Scamp
does have a better proportion, but I don't worry about dragging the bumper or stab jacks with the raised rear frame and body of the Casita
16'. One reason I like the Casita style though is the pronounced clerestory, because I'm a huge fan of rail travel and rail cars; so when I see my coach, I'm reminded my own first-class "compartment" is right there!
I love the plain red stripe on the Scamp
16, John Mc, and the updated BURRO
logo and stripe look great, MKohlman!
About 2 weeks ago I caught up to a mid-eighties UHAUL
13 going through Wilkesboro, NC, towed by a new Subaru Legacy wagon, and all the logos had been removed except "CAMPER"! How's that for generic! Took me a moment to tell if it was a BURRO
or a decommissioned UHAUL! Still had the UHAUL
stripes, I decided.
I guess I'm just really glad not to have all the wacky graphics like I saw last week at a local RV dealer - an American Eagle ($635,000, 1 & 1/2 baths, CEILING FAN in bedroom, etc) whose swooshes actually continued over the windows
, visible from the outside and not noticible from the inside. Looked to me like a big-haired southern-Appalachian interior design student had gone amok!
Count me in the less-is-more crowd!