Rarely available model--Hunter Compact II fiberglass pop top ( so you can stand up, approx 6'3" of ceiling height with it popped up) no leaks, quilted Naugahyde interior walls/ceiling, cabinetry, Queen (or oversized double?) size bed with all new cushions and upholstery. Table seats 6 plus people when not a queen bed. There are also kid-sized bunk beds that could fairly easily be converted back into storage, a bench, or as it was originally--a small bathroom. It fit our family of four very comfortably.
We did extensive renovations including refinishing the fiberglass and painting with marine-grade paint, new flooring, new upholstered cushions, new cabinetry, new sink pump, lighting, pop-top screens, tires, etc.
The camper is extremely light and easy to tow - the original advertising materials show the camper being towed by a VW beetle! From rear to front, the camper is approximately 13 feet in length and the weight is approx 1300-1400 lbs. I can easily drag it around the driveway or into campsites myself. The camper has a pop-up top that allows it to be stored inside a garage. It takes up about the space of an average car.
This is very much a vintage trailer and not in perfect condition. There is some rust on the metal frame, the interior could probably use a bit more finishing trim work, etc., but it's a real cutie and super fun.
Here's more historical info on the Hunter Compact: https://huntercompact.com/