Originally Posted by Justus C
I am still vehemently anti-Scamp. I do not trust the plywood bottom. Sadly, with those being made in Minnesota, I think I'll see more of them than anything.
Don't know why. My 1988 16' Scamp Deluxe still has a perfect floor. And it's not plywood. It's resin soaked OSB. The only reason anyone should worry about a wood floor (and the only trailer I know of that doesn't have one is the Oliver) is relentless leaks that aren't taken care of. Right now ETI owners are passionately maintaining their rigs (at least on this forum). But I would imagine sometime in the future on one of the all-molded-towable groups... or Facebook, someone will have purchased a well used/abused Escape and will be asking about how to replace the floor...
Now honestly there may be other reasons you don't want a Scamp, but worrying about the floor shouldn't be one of them.