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Old 09-28-2020, 05:21 PM   #21
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I was driving in Minnesota last weekend not far from Backus and saw this.

Maybe they are working on a Heavy Duty Scamp???
Look at the belly band and roof.
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Old 09-28-2020, 05:55 PM   #22
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Look at the belly band and roof.
New prototypes always have a few wrinkles to iron out.
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Old 09-29-2020, 07:29 AM   #23
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New prototypes always have a few wrinkles to iron out.
So true,. but the "blur" tool can smooth those out.
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What are the odds the wheels would all be aligned exactly alike?
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I was driving in Minnesota last weekend not far from Backus and saw this.

Maybe they are working on a Heavy Duty Scamp???
They need a longer 5er! Maybe a 30 foot version?
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Honestly, I’ve done my share of complaining about the Scamp I owned. It was a 19 Deluxe, but I concur that the interior woodwork is possibly the best in the Fiberglass trailer realm. I will also say there are things I do not like about Scamps, but they are built by humans and humans make mistakes or overlook things, and it doesn’t matter which manufacturer they work for. Every manufacturer has its share of screw-ups. If I were single and traveling alone, I would look at one of the 16 or 17 foot models. But someone on this forum once told me that everything built by humans eventually falls apart; that person is 100% correct. It doesn’t serve any purpose to complain about Scamps, Casitas, Escapes, or any other trailer. If you don’t like it, sell it and buy that which you perceive as better. Or in other words, defecate or get off the pot. Does anyone here really want to hear a continual string of negative comments? I seriously doubt it.
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They need a longer 5er! Maybe a 30 foot version?
Well, my gracious!

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Honestly, Iíve done my share of complaining about the Scamp I owned. It was a 19 Deluxe, but I concur that the interior woodwork is possibly the best in the Fiberglass trailer realm. I will also say there are things I do not like about Scamps, but they are built by humans and humans make mistakes or overlook things, and it doesnít matter which manufacturer they work for. Every manufacturer has its share of screw-ups. If I were single and traveling alone, I would look at one of the 16 or 17 foot models. But someone on this forum once told me that everything built by humans eventually falls apart; that person is 100% correct. It doesnít serve any purpose to complain about Scamps, Casitas, Escapes, or any other trailer. If you donít like it, sell it and buy that which you perceive as better. Or in other words, defecate or get off the pot. Does anyone here really want to hear a continual string of negative comments? I seriously doubt it.
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