When I first bought it, I put a picture on fb and had a naming contest. My little brother won with The Silver Spud.
Here are the details you care about:
It weighs 1500 lbs (my Subaru Forester towed it without straining)
lots of storage
2 burner propane stove
3 way fridge - runs on propane, battery, or electrical hookup) with a high altitude kit so the propane still works efficiently above 6,000 feet (Leadville, CO is at 10,200 in case you were wondering...)
There's a sink with cold water.
Exterior screen room with tent stakes
Down the road I'm going to add a tank less propane water heater but I'm not there yet.
I include a rugged plastic storage trunk with RV park accessories - water line, water filter, heater cable for the water line, waste water drainage hose, and a pigtail so that you can plug into a regular 110 v outlet or a 30 amp outlet at an RV park.
I also include a set of the blue enameled metal dishware - plates, bowls, mugs, and cutlery.
Does NOT have:
hot water toilet - the website has an error where I can't put Zero toilets. shower dining table
This is a bed and a kitchen on wheels. The heater comes out under the bed, and I have stayed in it when there's snow and ice outside and been toasty warm.
I wanted the indoor kitchen model because I am a mosquito magnet. Those bloodsuckers will cross state lines to find me. No way was I cooking outside during prime mosquito hours of morning and evening.
I had my T@b custom made back in 2012, just when the economy was starting to really recover. Little Guy trailers (ohio) had purchased the rights from Dutchman. I got in touch and told them I hate dinette seating - could they just make it a huge queen bed with extra cabinet space underneath? Sure! they said.+ More