Big Brother has a passenger-side window, diamond plate trim and fenders, and stabilizer jacks on all corners as standard features.
The six-foot door on Big Brother opens to a 6'-4" interior height. Air conditioning is a feature included in the base price.
Options on this Half Pint include a side storage box, luggage rack, graphics, window, diamond plate fenders and edge trim, and custom wheels.
A Florida customer appropriately requested the light tan color "Sand" for his Half Pint. He also chose the most popular color for his optional graphics.
On this model, our customer wanted these options: over-sized jeep tires, jeep-style diamond plate fenders, diamond plate edge trim, and a frame lift.
Options on this Half Pint include a silver exterior, generator, side window, diamond plate jeep-style fenders and edge trim, and custom wheels.
We call this ECONO the "Yellow Submarine." A retired tennis pro ordered this color to remind him of tennis balls!
The camper on the left has the optional "lifted" frame to accommodate larger jeep wheels. It also has jeep fenders.
"Darth Vader" is what we nicknamed this one. Options include the black exterior, TV cable, front and side-mount storage boxes, 3-speed fan, diamond plate trim and fenders, and wheel dress-up kit.
This photo shows 3 finished units all in totally different configurations. Notice the one in the middle has the fan on the slant roof.
The basic KnockAbout has only one side entry door. Options on this one include graphics and diamond plate fenders and trim.
This KnockAbout has the option of double-doors in the rear. The diamond plate edge trim and fenders are options.
This KnockAbout has an optional window in the driver side, optional graphics, and an optional storage box on the tongue.
The standard KnockAbout weighs only 665 pounds and is easily towed by a Volkswagon Bug.
We called this one "The Blue Sapphire." Notice the alternate location of the spare tire and the huge diamond plate storage box on the tongue that proves that you can never have too much diamond plate!
In the Half Pint and the ECONO, the double doors in the rear give access to the galley in the Half Pint or to the interior in the ECONO.
Long Island, New York was the final destination for this Half Pint with optional graaphics.
We built this ECONO for a prepper. We moved the vent to the front slant wall because he wanted to carry several solar panels on the roof.
The standard ECONO has only one side door. This customer wanted his on the driver side. Options include exterior color, over-sized tires, jeep-style diamond plate fenders, and edge trim.
This Half Pint shows the use of the rear 2" receiver hitch option.
This Half Pint buyer requested blue and gray graphics that are the colors of the North and South during the Civil War.
This Half Pint buyer found a spare tire cover that is just perfect for a teardrop. It says, "This is how we roll."
This Half Pint has the spare tire mounted on the driver side. Another option on this camper is the diamond plate storage box on the tongue.
Right after taking delivery, this buyer practiced maneuvering the Half Pint in a shopping center parking lot. The pet dog served as navigator.
The Small Fry has lots of room on the tongue for storage. This one has an optional window on the driver's side.
This Small Fry has the optional spare tire mounted to the passenger side. It also has these options: deep cycle battery, diamond-plate storage box, and window.
This Small Fry has an optional window on the passenger side.
This silver Small Fry has black and yellow graphics to match the owners black trike. It has optional windows and a skylight.
This photo shows the difference in size of the Small Fry, which is 4-ft x 6-ft, and the Half Pint, which is 5-ft x 8-ft.
This photo shows the difference in the width of the Small Fry and the Half Pint. The door in the rear of the Small Fry is the same door used in the side of the Half Pint.
Interiors (with Options)
Looking inside the Big Brother from the passenger-side door. Standard features include bunk beds, refrigerator, base cabinet with sink, and fold-up table.
The lower bunk bed in the Big Brother has storage under the platform as a standard feature.
The Big Brother is our only model with its own bathroom and porta-potty.
Standard features in the Big Brother include air conditioning, roof vent, and bathroom with accordion door.
Half Pint front wall. Options include AC/DC TV and wall shelf (no longer available). Base price includes two side doors and two mattresses.
Half Pint with optional AC and optional window. Mattresses, wall cabinet, and the roof vent are included in the base price.
Inside ECONO looking at back doors (from the vantage point of the front wall). Options include 2 windows, second side door, and 120 power.
Inside ECONO looking at the front wall. Options: 120 power, 2 mattresses, 2 windows, and an additional door.
This ECONO model has the optional interior wall with the optional AC installed in the wall. AC comes with an additional roof vent for venting the AC.
The interior of this ECONO shows an AC installed in the front wall.
Vinyl floor covering is an option in the Half Pint and ECONO. The optional hatch door in the floor opens to a storage compartment that is 2' x 2' and 6" deep.
The interior for this ECONO has optional cabinets and the optional Vortex 3-speed, reversible fan.
The interior of this KnockAbout was photographed from the rear through the optional rear double-doors. Air conditioning is standard on this model and so is the vinyl floor.
This photo, taken from the passenger side door of a KnockAbout, shows the optional rear double-doors
The interior of a Small Fry taken from the back door. Notice the vinyl floor, which is included in the base price.
This camper has an optional skylight installed in the roof for star gazing as well as the optional BRIGHT yellow exterior color. (This camper may be visible from outer space.)
This camper also has an optional skylight installed in the roof right next to a fan. Other options include roof rails and the bright blue exterior color.
This is the view of the inside ceiling with the optional skylight and fan. Also visible in this photo is an optional second wall cabinet.
Roof accessories include the luggage rack option, the standard roof vent, and two round AC roof vents for the optional AC.
This roof has optional roof rails, a standard roof vent, and an optional solar panel that is used to recharge the 12-volt, deep-cycle battery instead of the standard tow vehicle recharge system.
This roof has optional roof rails, a Fantastic Fan, solar panel , skylight, and AC vents. It is probably the "busiest" roof configuration we have ever done!
Galley (with Options)
The Half Pint galley includes cabinets and countertop in base price. Options shown here include: sink, AC, 120 power, and 12-volt fridge cooler.
This photo shows the 5-gallon water tank that comes with the optional sink and faucet. Other options include: AC, 12-V fridge cooler, microwave, and 120 power.
Two bright lights illuminate the galley at night. Our customer did not want the base cabinet in the galley on this camper.
Half Pint galley with options: AC, 120 power, and pull out refrigerator.
Interior of optional refrigerator.
Countertops are high-quality, solid surface composite. This model has a gray countertop to coordinate with a black exterior.
All About Air Conditioning
The typical installation of the optional AC in the Half Pint is in the wall that separates the sleeping area from the galley.
The installation of the optional AC in the dividing wall for an ECONO on the left and the Half Pint on the right. (The wall is an option in the ECONO.)
This ECONO model has the AC option, but does not include the interior wall option so the AC must be installed on the front wall.
All KnockAbouts come standard with air conditioning on the front wall. The storage box on the tongue is an option.
In a KnockAbout the AC is installed in the middle of the front wall right next to the electrical outlets.