Truly one of a kind!
She easily goes up/down in 1 minute. The trailer is light and very easy to tow (could probably even do it with a strong 4 cylinder). There is a shocking amount of room inside. You can stand up in the middle with no problem. When both dinettes are used as tables instead of beds, you can seat 6 people and entertain your friends!
-2 burner range
-600 watt inverter so you can charge most devices without shore power
-15 gallon fresh water (cold) tank
-One bed is 75"x51" and the other is 75"x40" except this bed has a shelf about a foot off the cushion that occupies about 15" of real estate. (See pictures)
-I have 6 clear storage containers you can use that fit perfectly under the shelf and make staying organized way more pleasant
-The small fridge in the picture only works if it is plugged to shore power so I'll include a cooler if you don't have one
-Will include 2 free folding lawn chair upon request
-Hitch on the back allows you to add a bike rack
-There is no A/C but there is a fan that can blow air in or out and there are lots of ways to vent the trailer. Don't expect to stick the trailer in the 105 degree sun during the day and feel cool.
-The "centerpiece" dinette is fairly heavy and would require two people to move or one rather strong, careful person. If you prefer, I can take the table out and leave in the original boards to allow it to just be a bed but not a table. Then it's no hassle and you still have a table that comfortably seats 2 (and could make 3 work with a folding chair on the end).
Regarding your vehicle:
The plug is a 7 prong, circular connector. The hitch hooks to a 2" ball. The trailer is about 1,500 pounds and has a low profile so gets great gas mileage.
How the table was made:
The centerpiece of the trailer is a homemade epoxy-coated dinette table that I spent hours and hours and hours on. In the middle of the table is a heart meticulously made of iridescent paint. The veins and arteries were created by hooking up a 2000 volt transformer to the table and carefully sending electricity through it to burn Lichtenburg figures into the wood. Hard to not enjoy yourself with this in there!