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Posted: 04/22/11 05:17pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Two new small trailer upstart companies coming.

Google images "LiL Snoozy RV" for interiors shots of one.

Then, the other one is http://www.parkliner.com/


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Posted: 04/22/11 06:11pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

(not much info on this link; the above method of searching Google images does turn up a few images from fiberglassrv.com)



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Posted: 04/22/11 06:32pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I really like the Park Liner. How do they compare to Casita and Scamp? The bathroom layout was pretty cool.

Jim & Sherri
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Posted: 04/22/11 10:33pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very neat eggs.
Very similar to Casita & Scamps, with some differences:
Very clean lines, seems roomy, and no rivets (not like Scamp or Casita), but no toilet........Porta-Pot slides away for easy showering.
Not very large fresh water tank.......12 gal fresh water tank
Large grey water tank.....21 gal greywater tank vented to roof
5 gal blackwater tank...I assume part of the Porta-Pot
Has a electric shower pump like Scamps...to transfer shower water to greywater tank.

Two piece fiberglass body (seems the same)
Fiberglass cabinets with recessed cabinet doors
Plywood underlayment treated with marine spar urethane for moisture resistance (like Scamp, not Casita)
Cabinet doors made of ultra-light/strong marine plywood (seems the same)
Interior Length: 12' (17' Casita, maybe 14', not sure, but Scamp 16' is 13')
Interior Height: 6' 5" (taller than both Scamp and Casita)
Interior Width: 6' 7" (Overall width: 6' 8" for Scamp & Casita; Scamp Interior width: 6' 6"; Casita ? assume 6' 6")
Overall Length: 15?; Overall width: 6? 8?
Sleeps Four; Queen bed for two, optional bunk for two more, possibly more on floor (much better bed than Scamp, not sure about Casita)
Astro-foil insulation covered with special fuzzy wall lining to keep you warm or cool (just like Scamp, but not Casita)
Body Mounted AC Unit (does not clutter camper top); optional AC unit retracts through the trailer side when not in use.....an unique feature

Base Model – $13,500
Options Package – $15,250 but a toilet is not one of them.

A long discussion on them at FiberglassRV.com.

* This post was last edited 04/23/11 12:10am by DesertHawk *   View edit history

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Posted: 05/07/11 09:06pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The Lil Snoozy will have the same fiberglass underside as the top and sides... more like Casita than like Scamp. Interior flooring can be vinyl or laminate.

Mike G.
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To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven... (Ecclesiastes 3)


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Posted: 04/27/11 06:26am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I like that Parkliner. It looks like they've listened to the criticisms people have about trailer design and done something about it.

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