Sorry about the accidental duplicate post…
Parkliner is indeed out of business: Is Parkliner Out of Business?
Used ones do come up for sale
from time to time. It is one of very few out there that can truly accommodate tall people. But if you still want to consider one, you would do well to review the old threads about some of the design issues. Most of the major bugs were worked out in the later builds, but buying used, you may run into some of them, including tire rub, AC and battery
set-up, and door hinges. A Google site search on "Parkliner" should turn up lots of information (blue bar at top under your log-in information, "Search," and go all the way down to "Site Search/Google").
Regarding legacy manufacturers… If you go to the top of the screen, there is a tab that says "Manufacturers" above your log-in information. There you will find a list of current and legacy manufacturers. Parkliner has not been moved. Production has been suspended and the business is for sale
, so we're waiting to see what happens. The web site is still up… light
is on but no one is home, as they say.
Trailers for taller people… as said, that's a toughie in the molded fiberglass world. Know that "king size" and "queen size" rarely mean what they mean at home. You have to take it on a case-by-case basis and find out the actual dimensions. This thread on Bed Sizes
may be of some help in your search.
Among current manufacturers, EggCamper
and Lil Snoozy
have head-room and bed-room, but they're both all-electric, a big disadvantage for many folks who like to dry camp. The Casita
Liberty has bed-room but limited head-room, especially in the 16' version (5'10"). Vintage models from Hunter and Campster
have a pop top for headroom and fairly good-sized beds, but they're really meant for two people only. Three will be a squeeze.