Most tear drop trailers have compartments measuring 4x8 feet; this one is 5x10 feet, allowing for a queen size sleeping area, 54" wide. Basic body ismarine or exterior plywood with vapor barrier insulation and an eighth inch polymer outside skin. Roof is on continuous sheet of synthetic leatherette over sponge rubber padding over a vapor barrier; all of this covering 2 plies of plywood framed with laminated 1x2s. Doors on both sides with vented windows (most others have only one door, on right side. One piece floor tile. Fiber glassed undercarriage. 2x2 & 2x3 heavy-duty channel beam steel frame. 20 gallon fresh water tank. Waste water holding tank with alarm when full. Deep cycle marine battery, heavy-duty. Built-in battery charger and 110/12v converter. Propane tank in sealed stainless steel compartment vented to outside. Color television and stereo cassette player-AM/FM radio with amplified outside antenna. Lift-up back is on gas-charged cylinders that open automatically and hold back open to allow access to a kitchen with two burner propane stove and stainless steel sink built into a counter that is covered in ceramic tile. Ice box under counter; storage cabinets above. Trailer weighs less than 1600 pounds with full load of water and normal supplies. It pulls and handles great; has full size 14 inch tires and leaf spring suspension. Trailer is located at Whidbey Island, Washington; I'll email photos to anyone interested. $3500. Contact Ron at (360) 678-6236 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.