It isn’t my intent to publish items that are just promotional in nature. But I did want to share this particular trailer with you because we just thought that it was perfect – at least for us. We are making refinements to our existing trailer that you’ll see elsewhere on the site as we install theatre seating into our 2016 Bullet Premier. So we’re probably not in the market for this trailer, at this time. We can dream though…
I am unlikely personally to go for one of these. We are happy with our current unit and frankly we need the space and amenities of our more mainstream trailer. I do confess to being intrigued by the innovation shown and the woodwork on these units. I think that this interest on my part is a throwback to our tent camping days, and the luxury these campers offer in contrast to those far more rustic days.
Take a look at the details. Notice the plastic springs under the mattress. That looks like a great idea.
I especially enjoyed the interior finishes of these retro campers. The wood grain look and feel was enjoyable to my eyes.
Here are a few pictures from the show. I will post more a little later. The show was huge. We were there for two days and probably visited a quarter of the exhibits. Much of the show is about Class Ones. We’re not interested in those. Too much to afford. We’re campers, not full timers. We are also a couple and don’t need a bunkhouse arrangement.