'Dome top' Havasu 10' trailer manufactured by Astro Corporation in Ontario, California in 1973. The dome gives you room to stand upright while cooking, dressing and moving around. Not much moving around to be done in this tiny space. Works for two as long as you like each other. Sleeps two in the 24" wide berths or drop the table and create a twin sized bed. Table easily seats four. This is a great space to get out of the wind and rain: all fiberglass shell molded in two pieces and joined at the centerline.
The three burner stove top works fine for cooking and as a heat source if needed. No oven or refrigerator. The water and electrical can be hooked up to shore sources or use LED lighting and the onboard water tank and hand
pump. There is no heater or bathroom.
The 'rat fur' liner has come unstuck from the shell in some places. The plywood floor by the door has some delamination from 45 years of cooking spills and foot traffic causing the enamel paint to flake...see photo, but is solid. There are signs of repair on the right rear side and top but no repairs are visible in those areas on the skin inside the trailer. Paint is dull and faded.
Tires are 3 years old and have maybe 1000 miles on them. Weight is maybe 1200 pounds and can easily be moved by one person. A 2" ball is required to tow and the trailer lighting is a 'flat four' harness. There is a spare tire and single propane tank.
This is ready to camp as is and the simple build would be easily modified to update or customize.