I noticed this fifth wheel parked at an RV park in my area. It caught my eye for a couple of reasons. First is the size - this thing was probably not much over 16' long. It looked a lot smaller parked right next to a 35' Montana. Also, check out the "bedroom," if you could call it that. It's more like the crawl-in sleeping area of a Class C. I've been doing a little research on fifth wheel history and that's how the first fivers were built in the late 60's and early 70's. Real bedrooms with raised roofs & lowered floors came a few years later. Notice the "landing gear" too. They are actually travel trailer jacks. This unit really looks like a truck camper on two axles. No slide out, no roof-mounted AC unit, a tiny exterior storage area - it kind of dramatizes how far fivers have come in 35 years.