Originally Posted by markopolo
My '97 GMC Savana van has driver & passenger air bags. It's 20 years old so you should have lots of choices. It doesn't have side air bags.
I'm a fan of GMC or Chevy vans at around or just over the price point you're looking at. The '04 Roadtrek 190P I once had would seem to fit your requirements. That year might come with the full floater rear axle, 4.10 axle ratio, auxiliary oil and transmission coolers which would all be good for towing.
The rear bed could be one big bed or optionally two twins depending on how you choose to set it up.
We would look for a single large bed. We might even put a real mattress down and make it a full time bed. We eat outside whenever possible.
Thanks for the S2000 thread! I think I came across that user's thread on S2ki.com and there have a been a couple more recent threads since but they all seem to refer to that. There is one dolley and oddly its made only for the 2004 even though there are not significant differences between the years. I'll ask my local S2000 guru as well.
If I lived in, say, North Carolina and had great driving roads around my house, I'd get a Suburban and a regular travel trailer and call it a day. Unfortunately an decent road is at least 3 hours from where we live. Picture of the current rig just for fun.