Originally Posted by Cybercuban
GOOD ADVICE! and of course it really is somewhat looney to consider a trailer so far from home. What is a "conventional" trailer?
We just got a tour of a 2000 Scamp
that the owners had bought three years ago in Utah. They traveled all the way from Maine. So it's not unheard of in this crazy molded-fiberglass market.
Have been looking at this site?
Molded Fiberglass Travel Trailers For Sale | Fiberglass RV's For Sale
There are Scamps, Casitas, and others that turn up frequently in Florida.
'Conventional' trailers are sometimes termed 'stick-built', i.e. not molded; they're the ones you see on RV-dealers' lots. There are some in the under-20-length that are pretty nice, and priced considerably lower than the fiberglass ones, especially used (they depreciate much faster).