This is a 1972 fiberglass MKP Grandesse Travel Trailer. I have yet to see another one for sale so I think this is a pretty rare camper in the United States. Originally from Denmark. This is a project camper but in pretty good shape. Fiberglass body is in good condition except for one crack above the rear window on the roof that looks like someone backed into something. The tires are old but held air for a 2-hour ride home and have held air for six months since then. We would keep and restore ourselves, but we have too many projects at the current time. The inside fiberglass panels had a wood grain originally but were painted over and the paint is now peeling making the walls look bad. No systems have been tested in this camper. It is complete with all the cushions, stove, toilet, furnace, and refrigerator but none have been tested. In the rear of the trailer next to the built-in wine rack the countertop got wet and is falling apart I believe from the crack in the roof. We have not investigated anything with this camper except cleaning it a bit. I do have a current registration in my name. This is a first come first serve trailer. I have included pictures of the original brochure that has weight length and all the details you might need. The windows I believe will all need work they are plastic or some kind of composite and they all have cracking due to age and UV rays I'm sure. I have not found that any of the windows leak but there is no guarantee on that. The orange carpet on the floor is not attached and pulls right up, the plywood floor is mostly solid but will need work as it's in sections.