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sailbode1

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Looking for the perfect camper for us....just the two of us. Had a 30' Prowler that was nice, but 30' seems like a big camper for just two. We never used the living room area with couch. We'er either in the bed, bathroom,kitchen, or gone. After the 30 we got a Prowler 28, almost the same but bedroom area was smaller....too tight at foot of bed. and again, didn't use the living room / couch area. Any suggestions?
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Class C?


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Just the two of us as well and we went with "easy to tow, 22' overall length. It has an outside kitchen counter in the rear that sold us on this unit, since we spend more time outside and only sleep, shower, breakfast, on the inside. Tons of storage in it too. Check out the pics in my sig.....


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Dick, Looking for a "travel trailer" 22 - 30 feet. Actually we would consider a class c or a for that matter, but first choice is just a trailer.

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Stuart, very nice trailer you have there. We don't cook and we want/ need a big "walk around bed"
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I don't know if what you want exists. But there may be several close models that you could have customized by a shop to suit you needs. You could even do the vintage trailer, have it gutted and built to your specs. I do think a model under 25' would be better to suit your needs

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Sailbode1, I realize the Casita SD 17' is just outside your parameters, but we are a retired couple and find it fits our needs perfectly. We use a Chevy Express van to pull it. Visit www.casitaclub.com to discuss your needs with them. They also have a classified section and usually there are some excellent buys on it.


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