I had one for rehab ,but never got to finish it.
IT IS A TOTALLY COOL TRAILER!
It has a 5'4" interior height as I recall, with a small pop-up section over the kitchen.
It is constructed of panels which may or may not actually be fiberglass.
It has bubble plastic windows
and the interior is constructed of something like 1X2s with 1/8" plywood for cabinets. The walls are covered with a soft fabric.
It has 12" tires
with a ring welded to the wheel to accept 13" wheel covers.
This thing is the lightest trailer I have ever towed.
It has handles on the corners which allow you to toss it around the yard by hand like a kid's wagon.
The door is a great design with a really nice latch design.
One drawback is that it requires the interior to be in place to tow it because the shell can be very wobbly without the reinforcement provided.
The trailer is a Polish design built in Canada from imported parts.
It is lighter and more fragile than a conventional molded fiberglass trailer and the windows
often have cracks and are hard to find.