I love small RV's. Teardrop trailers and vintage 'canned ham' style trailers remind me of great childhood times camping with my family. More permanent than a tent, but more mobile then a house. This camper trailers look like freedom to me.
Vintage Motorcycle Camper Trailer
Bulleit Frontier Whiskey Woody-Tailgate Trailer, $150,000: Are you looking at this thing? It’s a portable bar trailer. Forget about warm beer and Doritos for your next tailgate party–in addition to fancy whiskey and glassware, it includes a TV, Blu-ray player, and sound system. They really need these at fashion shows.
From the Neiman-Marcus gift catalog, a teardrop trailer that converts into an elaborate, fully loaded and beautiful mobile bar!
The Verdier looks retro on the outside, but on the inside it is a bio-diesel hybrid stuffed full of high tech gadgetry and eco-friendly innovations.
Eco-Friendly Van Meets All-in-One Mobile Home
Modular Motorhome – Hybrid Camper Car Plus Caravan Combo. The larger back-end trailer takes its cues from classic VW-type campers, maximizing space with a lofted sleeping area, flip-down table-and-chairs set as well as compact storage solutions set into any remaining available areas. Curved lines also recall traditional Airstream trailers, which make maximum use of sleek streamlined exterior forms and more spacious-seeming inside spaces.
Picknick Set in wood trolley - zib-militaria.de
Featuring a locking differential, strategically designed weight placement, 11 inches of ground clearance and a smooth bottom, the Wilcraft looks somewhat like a children’s wagon on steroids. It’s long wheel base and wide footprint however allows the vehicle to produce a minuscule 1.811 lbs/in2 of ground pressure, making it drivable over ice of only walkable thickness. This provides the Wilcraft the flexibility to travel over land other vehicles can’t. Plus even if a fall through does occur, IT F
Tricked out survival truck. I want this!
The Opera If a Moroccan tent and a trailer had a baby, and that baby went to charm school, it might look just like the Opera. The Opera is manufactured by the Netherlands-based Your Suite in Nature (YSIN) and was designed after the Sydney Opera House. The trailer travels around as a nondescript pop-up, but then transforms like a swan into an elegant and luxurious camping space.
My favorite RV ever is The Opera, manufactured by the Netherlands-based Your Suite in Nature. It is styed based on the Sydney Opera House. Sadly, it is currently available only in Europe and Australia.
The Doubleback - Gear Patrol
The Wazat lifts off it's custom 5x7 tilt bed utility trailer, allowing you to camp one day haul your riding mower the next! Only 750 pounds!