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Old 05-16-2013, 05:46 PM   #15
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This is my Lil Snoozy we just got in April.

I did a photo shoot in the back yard. So you can see for yourself:

Backyard Photo Shoot
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Old 05-16-2013, 05:50 PM   #16
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That is ADORABLE!!! I really like the Lil Snoozy. I just have a hard time swallowing the $18000+ price tag! Have you towed it anywhere yet?
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Old 05-16-2013, 06:28 PM   #17
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We picked it up in South Carolina where it's made.
Then we went down to Odessa, Florida to see the kids and grandkids.
We then left Odessa, back to NE Oklahoma. We spent one night in
Alabama in a Walmart parking lot, and two nights at the Petit Jean SP
in Arkansas.

A couple weeks ago we made another trip to the Lake Keystone SP in Sand Springs, OK. (two nights)
It pulls really well. The top is one piece fiberglass, no holes in the top. The a/c
is in the back wall as you could see.

The price tag was a gulp, but it is on any new trailer.
There have been two or three I know of that have changed hands, so it's possible to
pick up a used one from time to time.
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Old 05-16-2013, 06:33 PM   #18
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We're still in debate about starting off with a used one or just swing for the fences with a new one... I'm glad to hear it pulls well! And the no holes in the top is a BIG bonus for me! My dad always had issues with whatever trailer we had having multiple leaks from the roof.
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Old 05-16-2013, 06:54 PM   #19
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I believe that the actual EggCamper brand trailers are all 17 ft long. I have a 2010 EggCamper and it is 17 ft long.
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Old 05-16-2013, 07:00 PM   #20
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Good to know, Ms. Gayle! Thank you!

Do you like your EggCamper? Any complaints or concerns about it? Where did you find yours used?
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Old 05-16-2013, 07:04 PM   #21
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We're still in debate about starting off with a used one or just swing for the fences with a new one... I'm glad to hear it pulls well! And the no holes in the top is a BIG bonus for me! My dad always had issues with whatever trailer we had having multiple leaks from the roof.
Fiberglass campers have less places to leak, but do a search here on the word leak and you will find many pages. No brand is immune. Part of the maintenance is keeping window channel drain holes clean, for example. No brand is that much better than another until you get into Bigfoot or Oliver price range. The Escape is proving to be a high quality camper, but with a new price and long wait. The good thing is that resale is excellent with minimal depreciation, so if you buy a used one, you can always resell it and move up.
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Old 05-16-2013, 07:08 PM   #22
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I do enjoy my EggCamper. I have spent 95 nights in the trailer in the last year. I was drawn to the EggCamper for the very open feel and all white fiberglass interior. I also wanted a full bathroom. I am single and travel alone and like the convenience and safety of using my own bathroom and showering in my trailer.

You can have a full-size bed set up full-time and a side dining area.
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Old 05-16-2013, 07:24 PM   #23
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I do enjoy my EggCamper. I have spent 95 nights in the trailer in the last year. I was drawn to the EggCamper for the very open feel and all white fiberglass interior. I also wanted a full bathroom. I am single and travel alone and like the convenience and safety of using my own bathroom and showering in my trailer.

You can have a full-size bed set up full-time and a side dining area.

WOW!!! 95 nights!!! I understand about being a single traveler and wanting to do everything in the security of your own place...

I did notice that you have what may be a Highlander?? How does it do with towing? Any issues?
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Sorry! I missed answering your question. I do wish there was a good option for carrying a bike. That is a common issue with all the smaller trailers.

I did purchase mine used. The original owner posted on the forum that his trailer was for sale on Craigslist. I drove from MO to MI to purchase it.
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The resale value, durability, minimal leak issues (although I do realize there are some), and ease of towing are really the top things that have lead us to look for a fiberglass trailer...
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The resale value, durability, minimal leak issues (although I do realize there are some), and ease of towing are really the top things that have lead us to look for a fiberglass trailer...
We are converts here on this forum.
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Well LannAnn, Im loving my 2012 ParkLiner. I bought it lightly used in december 2012. I have a portapottie and I like the 30 gallon grey watr tank can mostly be emptied anywhere...wouldn't do that with a black water tank lol.

The ParkLiner has 6'5 headroom and I think its 6'8" wide with a rear dinette that drops down to a queen sized bed with a side dinette. Check my pictures in my registry... I built an awning for it and am planning alot of little weekend trips this summer. Still along way away from retirement.
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Hi LanNAnn,

My 2012 Snoozy is for sale.

http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...obo-57050.html

I'll send you a PM.

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