Hi everyone, I have had my 1975 American Clipper motorhome for several years now and I love it. But I have been thinking that a trailer would be better for "sightseeing travel" as I could use the tow vehicle for day trips. Been looking at various small trailers over the past couple years, but none really excite me and they don't have a layout I really like. Then I found this: 1998 American Clipper Fold n Roll folding trailer. Made by Irv Perch (father of the aristocrat trailers and American Clipper motorhomes) in Morgan Hill, California. Very hard to find these days. It is a 12ft box, has 2 double beds, short couch that converts to short bed, 2 burner stove, sink, wet bath with cassette toilet, 10 windows (all but one open), hard sides, hydraulic roof lift, electric jack, "no load" hitch system, more countertop then my 21ft clipper, 2700lbs. To open, you flip the switch and the top raises. Walk inside and push the two side walls up (they have strong magnets to hold in place), unfold wall for bath and latch, unfold opposite wall and latch, and you're done. Both beds can stay made up when in travel position. Fair amount of storage. Easily towed with my durango. The dogs love it as much as their motorhome. Moose-dog likes that he can get on the bed without help. They can lay on either bed and watch me while I cook and piddle around and not get in my way. And they love the side windows in the bottom bed so they can see out. There's even room for the parrot and his cage.