I always felt that this design had unrealized potential feeling that the reality of the customers were not fully considered.
I still recall my wife's first comment dealt with "a curtain for a bathroom door?"
One aspect we love about our Scamp
front and back. They create the illusion of bigger than it actually is. Additional windows
would have helped with the addition of a more flexible internal layout.
There can be real structural advantage to built in fiberglass seats and cabinets while at the same time reducing flexibility.
In general I like the fiberglass design, other than the total whiteness of it all.
Though I believe propane belongs in a trailer, particularly one sized for boondocking
, the configuration of the trailer obviously allows it's installation. Unfortunately many trailer purchasers do not want to deal with the issue.
We now own a class C (our's is fiberglass and still going strong after 26 years) alongside our Scamp
16. I's clear that there have been a number of clever innovations in Murphy/fold out beds in our friend's class C and a friend's trailer.
My heart and thoughts are always about Fiberglass trailers and I do not like to see Fiberglass trailer companies going out of business.