This is our last post. We are selling the Snoozy. It’s been a lot of fun but life moves on and we have not used the trailer hardly at all since we stopped wintering in Florida in 2015.
Everything works and the batteries are only six months old. The interior is in good shape but the exterior is a bit faded and the Snoozy tape trim decals are deteriorating. (I notice the new Snoozys don’t have these anymore).
The price is $21,000. The trailer is in Hendersonville TN, about 25 miles north of Nashville.
Please call me, Dennis Wolfe, 810-580-9404 if you are interested.
The trailer has all the customizations and upgrades described in the “about the trailer” tab.
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