ROFL! But if you actually got inside one, they feel quite spacious and cozy, too. I'm only upgrading to the Shasta for short distance trips (I think) and because mine is really small and my son is almost a teen ager now and needs his own space. Besides, he kicks me all night.
They are very economical for longs distance trips and keep you dry and warm, or cool and off of the ground.
Aloha I have studied this trailer and after hundreds of hours of serious consideration I have came up with two very serious problems with it. First the clanking of the bottles would be awful as you towed it down the road and second once you set it up in the camp grounds you would have so many friends around you would go nuts.
Don't know. The delete post button disappeared a couple of weeks ago when some of the forum improvements took place.
I'd probably keep the wrap on it, flip it, then use the money to find a super cool vintage camper I could fix up for myself. Something from the 40's. But, I probably wouldn't win it anyway. I don't even play the lotto anymore. Never win.