Originally Posted by David B.
"BUT there are some downsides too... like spending lots of time so close to the coast means lots of exposure to corrosive salty humidity. Another reason I'm looking at a fiberglass unit this time around."
The Lil Snoozy
has a galvanized frame.
Dave & Paula
As well they should, that frame was built by a boat trailer company.
But that fear would rule out all other FGRV's without a galvanized or aluminum frame, as well as pop-ups.
The Black, 1983 StarCraft, pop-up in post #5, came from an oceanside venue (Ventura, CA) and was used extensively for beach camping and, after more than 25 years of use didn't show any damaging rust or deterioration as a result. But that may vary by make?