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    The Red Lantern Rev.Chuck's Avatar
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    Wouldn't this be great for your overnight ride trip

    I saw these on another forum, teardrop trailers. A place to sleep, storage and a little kitchen out back. Small enough to be towed be even a small car and fairly cheap. There are even plans to build your own. They were first popular in the thirties, when you had to pull a trailer with 30hp. Search teardrop trailers. The photo came from here: http://home.centurytel.net/edevold/
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    I can remember when they were common. Sleep inside, cook outside, sometimes with a tent which enclosed the cooking area. The back would open up like the trunk of a car.
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    ooh i saw one at a car show once, called the bee hive. It was smaller than a pickup truck yet had a bed and all. even a tiny little microwave the size of a toaster.

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    I came across a couple camping in one a few years ago in Santee, SC. They towed it with a Buick Century and said they were touring cross country with it.
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