Cargo and special trailer builder Stealth Enterprises LLC announce its new lineup of Stealth Nomad toy and work haulers for 2019.
According to a press release, the trailers range in size from 18 to 30 feet with a payload capacity of up to 7,700 pounds, depending on model and length.
The line features four floorplans and every Nomad comes standard with a full bath including a shower, toilet and sink. Also standard is a full kitchen with two-burner stove, refrigerator, microwave and sink package.
• Front kitchen models in 18-to-30-foot sizes has the largest garage space or work area and can be outfitted with optional jack-knife couches and HappiJac queen bed to sleep four.
• Double bunk models in 24- to-30-foot sizes offer a full bath and double bunk beds that sleep four up front and a mid-kitchen.
• Front bath configuration in 22- to-30-foot sizes with a large full bath and a shower forward and kitchenette behind.
• Queen bed floorplan, available in the 24-to-30-foot sizes, is a more conventional toy hauler configuration with a bedroom with queen bed up front, full bath adjacent and kitchenette mid-coach.
“The Stealth Nomad provides active families with the essential comforts of camping at a fraction of the price of today’s luxury toy hauler RVs,” explained Mike Scheetz, president and COO of the firm. “The Nomad has the added benefit of serving working families as a tough crossover toy hauler that can handle dirt bikes, side-by-sides, cars or jeeps on the weekend, and then load construction equipment and materials to the job site throughout the week.”
Scheetz said that the company included four floorplans into the Nomad series as a baseline for customers to build-out a trailer to meet any demand.
“Families can add a queen sized HappiJac bed to most of these floorplans to sleep an additional two adults,” he said. “And unlike most RVs with the HappiJac option, we add six inches of height to these models creating additional storage cabinet potential inside. The Nomad has dozens of options most RV manufacturers just don’t offer.”