Through the years
First posted Mar 4, 2017
Last update Mar 17, 2017
#1: 1988, 29 foot Sunline Seville
We used this trailer for 17 years and it was beginning to have many structural problems. So we began looking for a replacement in 2004.
#2: Lance slide-in
We purchased this rig to allow us to camp in more National Forrest campgrounds, but it was a mistake. We only used this rig two times before selling it.
#3: 2005 Sunline
As a smaller replacement for our first trailer this was not a good choice.
We both disliked it, so only used it for a few camping trips. We traded it in 2006 for our first filth wheel below. One reason for buying this specific trailer was it was within the towing weight of my 2004 Ford F150. The F250 which pulled the old trailer was getting old.
Sunline went out of business in 2006.
#4: 2007 Ameri-Camp, Summit Ridge
We loved this trailer, but it had many defects. By the time we sold it in 2016, we had sunk as much into repairs as the original trailer cost.
The final straw was when the back wall separated from the floor.
Amer-Camp went out of busness in 2009.
#5: 2017, Sanibel by Prime Time
Our current trailer. Our first "luxury" trailer and the nicest we have ever owned.