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I coulda sworn someone asked about trading a pop-up for a TT -
retired maybe ?
Re:Scamp's etc. small fiberglass clamshell types, if bought used, check the seals between top and bottom halves, and rubber, and tires for age, and roof vents, etc.
Have a neighbor with an older version 1990 and 2000, and a can't see the name of it any longer 15 footer vintage 1960. He does however lack landline, cell phone, internet, TV, etc for communication but, will be visiting me regularly at Camp and Home. Can we all say helpful hermit/mad scientist/master of the kludge.
Newer builds have less quality issue, and aren't a nightmare for towing with swayback. Same deal applies for any tt new or used - there are lemons for everything. If new get a SYA warranty - so, you aren't as regally impaled for normal wear and tear to chassis, and house portions of TT.
Unless you're into taking a multitude of campers the hybrid pop-up/TT aren't really a great thing unless you really need the space. Have seen a couple of really sweet small 19footer (nice real bed) Trail Rider's?? - I'd need to look at my files to find it again. I tend to keep a list of what we might buy if offered a really great deal, and would fit our lifestyle for off-road camping or at least capable of traveling on dirt and highways.
TrailerLife and RV forums have a list of TT expectations possible, you know the groups external to site. RV shows are still sweet for seeing all of the options minimum and mega boat/yacht TT's.
Not presently my style or my wife's. My neighbor has voluntered to offer assisstance on TT's and perhaps a few other may chip in. Fair warning - I'm camping fixed, jacking up buildings, electrifying camp, boat, etc. and may disappear for week at a time.
Also finishing the last 20 of a certain country's cigars I've been holding onto for a few years. Smoking will cease by September - if my willpower/resolve and weight stay within normal range this time. Nothing quite like a downright fat hiker topping the scales at 300+ pounds, my last quit weight.
Presently at 200 lb's and holding if I remain off my posterior long enough - hence busy work and exercise at Camp, and once more able to hike, with a peculiar craving for portabella's and greek yogurts with the nightly ribeye's.