Vintage Camper Enthusiasts,
I have a cherry 1972 Hunter Compact Jr. up for grabs. It weighs about 900 pounds and can be pulled by an 4 cylinder car and would be perfect behind your Subaru. This trailer is in excellent condition and is made of fiberglass, Oak and Glass. This is the delux model so no particle board crap in this one all the cabinets are solid oak. Simple, strong, light weight and easy to tow. It would make a great first trailer. I can move it around my driveway by hand.
Pop top is like a VW Westfalia or Country Homes Camper but it doesn't break down every trip! You can tow it with your modern car with airbags drop it at your campsite and then you are free to explore. Pop top gives it 6'5" of headroom and is the full length of the trailer over the kitchen and dinette. This is the only small trailer I've been able to stand up in and I'm 6'3." Much more room than a Casita or Scamp for half the price and better suspension.
Kitchen has 3 burner stove, stainless steel sink, fridge, microwave, and lots of drawers and cabinets. You can hook up to shore power with a standard extension cord to run the fridge and microwave. Interior lights are battery powered and LED. Two propane tanks run the stove. Large water tank under couch feed the pump sink.
Dinette can seat 6 people and then the table folds down to make the bed. The bed is large and comfortable at 6' x 6'.
Rear Door is rare and is a great option if you want to fit bikes, surfboards, paddle boards, fishing poles or other long camping items in the camper. You can't fit them in the standard side doors.
Condition: I went through everything and literally turned every screw and bolt and its like new. Completely sealed (no leaks), new flooring, all lights, propane and appliance work, super clean. Repacked wheel bearings last week so its ready to tow. I love this trailer but I'm moving onto anther one.