Two piece fiberglass construction makes these Bigfoot trailers solid and weather proof. I've had a collection of Airstreams and Argosies. There's no comparison to Bigfoot. Aluminum is shiny, but delicate. Bigfoot trailers are the best.
We bought this "little biggie" in Portland and camped for two weeks on the way down here to Denver. It was great. Tows easily and stores easily. Fiberglass is strong, light and requires minimal maintenance.
I polished and waxed the fiberglass, replaced all the lightbulbs with LEDs, flipped the axle for greater ground clearance. There's four stabilizer jacks that easily lift the trailer off the ground. You can level her on any ground. The toilet was professionally sanitized. We never used it. All on board systems work. We used a cooler. There is no fridge. Tires and brakes are good. This is a solid little camper that has been used minimally. It was a barn find, stored for over 20 years in Washington State.