Going Commercial

Thirty seconds and counting. Astronauts report it feels good. T-25 seconds. Twenty seconds and counting. T-15 seconds, guidance is internal. 12, 11, 10, 9 … ignition sequence start … 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0 … All engines running. Liftoff! We have a liftoff …

Well, not exactly the same kind of launch. However, at the encouragement of fellow RV enthusiasts and friends, I have decided to launch my own RV manufacturing company. I wanted to bring to the world the most innovative RV design solutions available.  Have a look at the new company website here:

Instant Home RV

As you already have seen, the Sonoran project is purely a labor of love. The design itself  is a result of drawing inspirations from countless of full-time and part-time RV enthusiasts’ travelogues, who have a desire for a truly disruptive RV design which is highest in quality while having maximum utility in an extremely small package so that you can venture into the remotest locales with ease. I want to be able to continue the works to bring these disruptive design solutions to the mass, but I will need your help and encouragement. You can help by visiting the new company site and let me know of your thoughts here. I am not averse to constructive negative comments. Be direct and brutally honest but please be helpful. Guide me to become successful so that I can continue to bring about the best in RV designs.

Looking forward to hearing from you.



6 thoughts on “Going Commercial”

  1. When you left a comment on my blog a week or so ago, I took a look at it and really liked how you can maneuver the slides from the outside. And how well lit it was and energy efficient. I could totally see myself in one of those.


    1. Thank you for stopping by. I am inspired by how you handle your life. You have a really interesting blog. Keep writing. I enjoy reading your blog very much, in fact, I haven’t missed one yet.


      1. Oh, thank you so much for saying that!! I’m so glad you enjoy my writing. And I am looking forward to seeing how this project of yours develops.

        Can I make a suggestion? What about having a white interior, like white wood in the kitchen area, etc.? So many RVs these days are the dark wood. It might make it stand out a bit. 🙂


      2. Terri,

        Thank you for your interest. The prototype is designed not to exceed 4,500 Lbs GVWR. The actual dry weight is not known yet since I haven’t had time to take it to the weight station. I am, however, working on another model designed for a single person or a couple. The new model is about the same foot print of the smallest Airstream (i.e. Airstream Basecamp or Casita 16/17). The GVWR is 3,500 lbs. Max so you can tow it with a full size SUV or a van just like RV Sue’s. It will have one single nearly full-wall slide-out on the street side instead of two slide-outs like the present Sonora project. Beyond that, because of the numerous patents pending with the USPTO, I can’t disclose anything else,except, it may have the “ocean cottage” looks just for you!


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