SOLD - 2014 Lil Snoozy Fiberglass Trailer - $13900 - NW Tucson, AZ

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SOLD - 2014 Lil Snoozy Fiberglass Trailer - $13900 - NW Tucson, AZ

I’m selling my absolutely amazing and extremely rare and sought after 2014 Lil Snoozy camper. This is the best of the best, unlike the more common fiberglass trailers like the Casita or the Scamp this is a double fiberglass layer with a honeycomb foam core. This means not only do you have less concerns of condensation but it’s strong enough that you can walk on the roof and the shell is structurally sound and not dependent on the interior for stability.

I can give you the entire history of the unit or tell you anything you could ever want to know about these as I truly believe they’re the best fiberglass trailer you can buy in this price range.

Amazingly even with the light weight this unit has a queen size mattress and 6’4” of interior headroom! It’s well designed for comfort and convenience. It has a roomy feeling layout and three large windows with four smaller windows, making it light and cheery, with great views.

Here are some basic specifications:

  • Overall Weight: 2500 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 250 lbs

Overall Dimensions:

  • Length: 18 ft 6 in encompasses tongue to rear of AC unit
  • Height: 7 ft 7 in
  • Width: 8ft from outside tire to outside tire

Living Area Dimensions:

  • Length: 14 ft 6 in
  • Width: 6 ft 6 in
  • Head Room: 6 ft 4 in
  • Bed Size Area 63 in x 70 in 34 sq ft
  • Overall Living Space 95.25 sq ft

Comfort and convenience:

  • Queen sized mattress
  • Master bed privacy blackout curtains
  • Fold out sofa jackknife (from Seating Technology)
  • Under couch storage cabinet
  • Under bed storage, 72 in x 5 ft x 25 in, accessible from inside or from locked outside door
  • Entry door 67 in x 28 in
  • Windows all have built In screens
  • Stay Up kitchen window with gas springs exclusive to Lil Snoozy
  • TruckFridge Model TF65 65 liter , Runs on either 12v or tow vehicle $650 upgrade from standard
  • Kenmore 8,000 BTU Air Conditioner w/ Remote Control amp; Custom Fiberglass Cover
  • Haier Microwave
  • Vent Fan in Bathroom
  • Large windows, including upgrade of a third window
  • Stabilizing jacks included
  • Screen door
  • Cassette toilet this means no black water tubes to mess with (upgrade)


  • 12v 100 amp hour AGM Battery
  • 120V 30 amp power service, equipped with permanently mounted standard 30 amp cord
  • LED 12v lighting
  • 4 120v GCFI receptacles, 3 regular 120v receptacles
  • Battery Charger


  • 35 gallon fresh water tank
  • 30 gallon gray water tank
  • Fresh and gray water vented to outside
  • Lower drain for fresh and gray system
  • 12 volt Shurflo fresh water on demand pump
  • 120v Ariston GL45 4 gallon Water Heater
  • Stainless steel sink with tall neck faucet
  • 5 gallon Thetford Cassette Toilet

Trailer frame construction:

  • Galvanized Steel Frame (no rust)
  • Diamond Plate aluminum Fenders
  • 14 inch All Weather Radial Tires, 3,500 miles on them
  • Includes Spare Tire
  • Rare Upgraded Electric Brakes
  • Tongue Jack with Caster Wheel
  • Diamond Plated aluminum Storage Box on Tongue houses battery

Fiberglass Construction:

  • Closed cell foam laminated between fiberglass layers, provides superior strength while reducing weight and eliminates sag and condensation
  • No chance of rot, rust, or corrosion in structure

Interior Construction:

  • All cabinetry constructed of red oak and birch. No press board
  • Microwave
  • Molded fiberglass shower
  • Custom Formica counter tops
  • Removable dining table


  • Extra window
  • TruckFridge
  • Aluminum box on tongue
  • Cassette toilet
  • Rear Step, acts as step and additional security when stored as it can be lucked in the upright position.
  • These normally come with a surge axle, this one has been converted to conventional electric brakes.

Note: The original owners purchased this and on their first trip to Utah another car clipped the wheel and broke the axle. The down side to this is it has a rebuilt/restored title. The upside to this is it allowed a chance to convert the axle to an electric brake axle which was supplied by the original frame builder (Wesco Trailers) and it meant another Snoozy on this coast. As far as I know, this is one of only 3-4 in Arizona (under 400 were ever built). It also means this is the lowest priced Snoozy you are ever going to see or find. All repairs including minor fiberglass touch up and so on were done in 2015.


  • It could use a buff and polish
  • The latch for the rear door has banged into the door and should be modified with a different style
  • The drawers inside really need looks to secure them while traveling. I would have done this myself but thought it best to let a new buyer decide on the style they wanted
  • Trailer jack is slightly tilted to one side
  • Rear bumper and step could use a coat of paint

Why you should get a fiberglass trailer or more specifically a Snoozy:

  • Fiberglass construction makes in nearly leakproof, lightweight, and very durable
  • Roof has no holes AC is on the side so no chance for leaks
  • All appliances are easily replaceable with Walmart brands
  • Side mounted wheel wells for stability and handling tows very easily

If I didn't have so many people to travel with I would keep this as I think it's the perfect unit for a couple and a dog but it isn't viable for adults and children for me and my travel style. If you have ANY questions please feel free to call or text me anytime (I’m a late niter).

My price is very fair and firm but I am open to all or partial trades if it’s something that makes sense.