Given what they weigh and that they are built on a truck frame, they are amazing vehicles. And as long as one recognizes its capability and limitations, there's not to many places it won't go. I can't speak highly enough about Tigers, we've had: no tents, ground tents, roof top tents, truck campers, bumper pull campers and even a class "A", but this thing is just the perfect size and has the right amenities.
Oh, and one of the best things I did when restoring this camper was add the Magnaflow Cat back exhaust. So, what you end up with is a Classic Chevy 350 with TBI and an exhaust rumble like a vette. I love pulling away from a stoplight and having that throaty muscle car sound coming from a camper! Heck, I get more thumbs up from the camper rumble then from my TR-6 rumble!
The Tiger took us on another short adventure. We hadn't done The Easter Jeep Safari in the past and was given the opportunity to attend this years. So, we loaded up and headed to Moab last week. An incredible event with thousands of off-road fans.