Just dropped the price. I’ve had it for a year and a half and put fewer than 1000 miles on it. Love it, but physical limitations now make it impossible for me. It is 4X8 and made of solid ¾ inch birch. It weighs about 800 pounds so most small cars can handle it pretty easily. With my 2005 RAV4 I hardly noticed it was there, except for hills.I added a sturdy 24X72 bunk bed. Sleeping bag/blankets can be tucked in on the wall side so they won't slide off onto the floor! Under the bed is lots of stowage space or sleeping for a smaller person. And there is space for an adult-size portable toilet and a camp chair at the back wall. The ceiling is carpet lined. A nice fitted rug on the floor can be taken out for cleaning when needed. There is a permanent shelf in the front above the AC and a clothes hanging rod across the back. The windows give nice cross-ventilation and roll-up shades take care of privacy and keep most of the light out.There is easy hook-up to shore power and a power strip inside for the AC and other appliances. The AC has run for no more than four hours. A toolbox on the fongue is great for levelling jack,hitch ball, wheel chocks, etc. I kept stove and other kitchen supplies in the RAV, as you can see in one of the pictures.The toolbox on the tongue is great for levelling jack, hitch ball, wheel chocks, etc.Lots of Youtube sites for Runaway and similar trailers. I think $3750 is a very good price, but we can talk about it if you're really interested.