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My first camper was a home-made all-aluminum teardrop, custom-built. It lacked the amenities of my T@G--no A/C, refrigerator, or stove. I spent a month camping in it at the foothills of the Smokey Mountains, and sure could have used the A/C! But I fell in love with the small retro-campers, and after many years tent camping, was happy to move into a more comfortable camper, off the ground & secure from the elements. I got so enthusiastic about retro campers that I thought it would be fun to invest in a few, and start a small business, renting them out. So now, I have three models to chose from; each will sleep two people comfortably. I have a 15 foot 2015 Shasta-style retro-canned ham camper and a ten foot, small but roomy 'Lil Loafer, built in 62 by Aristocrat, and upgraded with new air conditioning, and a new mattress--a couch which opens up into a full-size bed. All aluminum, I guess it is a tiny canned ham, but looks to me more like a large bread box! The T@G is also 10 feet, but configured very differently than the 'Lil Loafer. I just have enjoyed upgrading the fun retro campers, especially the 'Lil Loafer, keeping the mid-century charm. It would have made better business sense, perhaps, to stick with one model, but I bought these, in part because they were available, and mostly because each has different features which appeal to me personally. I get to take any of them out for a week-end, and all have their own charm. I haven't yet decided which I like best!