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Looking for the perfect travel trailer Amanda 1-21-03  
We are looking for the perfect travel trailer that is well suited for our family. We have three small girls.. We drive a Tundra V8. Need some advice. Who makes a good trailer? Any tips before we purchase? Any trailer designs that is a must for us?? Should we buy new or used??? We live in Florida..

Thanks
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer Desiree 9-26-03  
I am selling a 2002 Coachman Cascade 26Tb. 28' X 8'. Sleeps nine, queen bedroom, triple bunks, convertible couch, dinette, full bath, awning, microwave, 3 burner stove, oven, ducted ac/heat, radio/cd, plenty of storage. Perfect for children. Like new condition, no smoking. I pull it with a Ford F150 with a weight distributing hitch. It is a breeze. Asking only $12000.00 845-206-2910
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer chris 1-23-03  
I am a salesperson in Texas. I know you will not want to come to Texas to buy a trailer, but I will be happy to give you some advice and some things to look for in a trailer. Probably with three girls a bunkhouse style would be good for you. Look at weight ratings, very imp. Call me & I will advise as much as possible. 281-829-1560.
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer rick long 1-22-03  
I myself am looking for a travel trailer. but my suggestion to you us buy one that is fiberglass. it retains its strength and light weight. one i can remember would be a Bolen. this little trailer is about 12 to fourteen feet long and your truck wont notice its back there. and it also depends upon the amenities you look for, these small ones kept little in the way of bathing and shower amenaties but most people with kids stay close to camp site areas. due to bathrooms and unforseen needs. If you hear of such a small trailer, like i said earlyer i too am looking for something like this. TAKE CARE
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer Ruben 1-30-03  
I also live in Florida. I have 2 young daughters and do most of our camping in the state. We got a 25' Coachman Catalina Lite about 11/2 years ago and it is perfect for our size family. It will actually fit another 2 easily.I suggest you look at one with the bunk beds for the kids. It doesn't take up to much space and the kids love it. I tow it with my ford F-150 V8 and it pulls it easily. If your looking for something that is economical and is very comfortable for the family this type of trailer is great. They start at about $12,000 in this size. Hope this helps. Good Luck
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer mary lynn 3-27-03  
Looking for a trailer that is chip
maby a 34foot long whit a bedroom
and bonkbed in ontario close to lindsey area if u know somone please send pic and info tx u marylynn
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer Paul 1-23-03  
I would agree that the way to go is fiberglass. The main companies in business now are Scamp, Casita and Trillium. Trillium in made in Canada and is small (13'). Scamp (MN) and Casita (TX) make a 13' model and a 16' model, and Casita also has a 17' one. New or used is really a matter of preference and pocketbook. Casita is considered higher quality, with a higher pricetag to go along, but Scamp has thousands of happy customers, too. Boler (out of business now) is the design on which both Casita and Scamp are based. Scamp's 13' is still nearly identical to the old Boler. LoveBug also made a Boler knock-off for a while, at a low price point.
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer Miles 2-15-03  
Paul,

Can the small trailers that you suggested be towed by a 92 Olds 88?
Re: Looking for the perfect travel trailer Bob Reehorst 2-23-03  
I have that perfect Trailer if you are looking for a cozy trailer that can be towed with just about anything. Its a 1999 Scamp 13',has front flush toilet. 3-way frig, sink with water storage or can use "city" water hook-up. It has 12v and 120v lights, propane 2 burner stove, dinette that folds down to sleep 2,battery with charging converter,sliding glass windows with screens and a screen door, carpeting, blue cushings on the dinette with beige curtains,screened roof vent. Anyone looking for an entry cost trailer to the seasoned travler would love this trailer. It is in excellent condition and has been stored indoors scince new. If you would like more information, please e-mail me. We are in northern Ohio,western sub. of Cleveland. I'm moving up to a new 16' Scamp, ordered for this spring. I'm asking $6000.
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