I've had this 2001 Aliner Classic camper for several years and have loved it. It's comfortable; it's lightweight so even I can move it around on concrete; it's not difficult to back into a campsite; it's taken me north and south with great pleasure.
My towing vehicle is a 6 cylinder Chevy Equinox; I had a hitch put on, hooked up and took off.
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Now I'm camping all over the eastern US with my R-pod, a small camper trailer.
I retired. In 2006 I finished volunteering in Guatemala,
finished being a foreign expert at Nanjing Normal University in China, from August 2006 to July 2007.
For the years afterward, I have traveled several places in the USA; visited a spa in Mexico; northern Europe in February '08 with friends from China. June 2011 another trip to Mexico, to Rio Caliente Spa. But staying home got boring. So I'm still camping the country and visiting relatives and friends all over the place.
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large windowLook below at the storage door. That compartment goes all the way through the camper
power water heater frig ventOn this side you can see the refrigerator vent, the power connection, the water connections and fill hole for water tank. The last vent is for lighting the hot water heater.
dinetteThe dinette table can fold down and become a single bed. I had boards made to fit the area and to allow more room underneath for a suitcase. I used a smaller, collapsable table when traveling alone and would put a comfortable reading chair in the table spot.
front inside storageNotice the custom built shelf and storage cupboards along the front. Great location for media--radio, TV and computer and/or iPad. The cupboards almost doubled the storage capacity. Also below on the wall is a 4 outlet plug, and a double outlet by each seat back. Very comfortable.