This professional photographer uses his [email protected] trailer as a mobile photo studio. And when he’s not working, he camps in it!
Based on a Harbor Freight utility trailer, this teardrop features an usual roof covering, and lots of creativity.
Designed in Canada, this teardrop camper’s roof raises for extra interior headroom.
She calls her teardrop trailer home, and has made some handy improvements to the original design.
One Maryland boat-builder decided to take his expertise to the road by creating a DIY kit for a high quality teardrop trailer.
Homemade teardrop trailer from the ’50s survives (unexpectedly) in rather good condition.
Who says it can’t be done? One young couple plans to spend 365 days together in a teardrop camper.
She spruced up this decrepit trailer for a very personal purpose.
Las Vegas couples now have an alternative to the drive-through chapel. Flora Pop’s teardrop trailer is a wonderful addition to these pop-up weddings.
Physical therapist Eric Keiper’s teardrop trailer with tent is featured in the fall issue of The New Pioneer. The article includes the entire material list.