Ugly Dougly wrote:For the carport I got last year, the uprights were in two pieces so they were 4-5 feet long. A big heavy box contained everything and I had no problem fitting it into my Toyota Tacoma.
Boijoy wrote:I LOVE LOVE teardrop trailers. My friend has one. It's hard to change your clothes in them though.
gyre wrote:Teardrops can be built very light.
Captain Goddammit wrote:I can't understand about those little teardrops... they REALLY SUCK at being trailers, but people like them because they're cute. The interiors are ultra cramped and the kitchens don't really have anything. If you're into retro coolness, have you considered a vintage "real" trailer? They're still crude compared to more modern ones (but can be updated) but have infinitely greater usefulness. You can actually stand in them, a LOT more stuff fits, and the small ones are still plenty light to be towed by a small truck.
You have somewhere to hang your fabulous Playa outfits, and with a polish job on the aluminum or just fresh paint (it's gotta be two-tone!) and some steel wheels with whitewalls and baby moons, you're looking sharp too.
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