The auction for this vintage-style teardrop camper ended unsold recently. Maybe it was the $9,999 starting bid?
Although the camper looks vintage, it was completed in 2013 and took the builder over six years to finish.
The body is made of one inch birch wood on a totally custom frame. Wait until you see what the undercarriage looks like – this camper is probably better suited for the museum rather than the road!
Inside you’ll find a 6 foot Tempur-Pedic foam mattress, 12 V lighting, and some fancy USB charging outlets.
The vintage twist windows will remind you of those on an old Airstream.
Some more features of this homemade teardrop camper:
- custom Coleman stove
- three gallon water tank
- 12 V ceiling fan
- 110 V hookup with trickle battery charger
See some photos of this beautiful teardrop camper below.
Unfortunately, the seller already sold the neat Volkswagen Double Cab you see here.
The exterior is made of stained birch wood.
While the tail lamps are from a 1930s Ford.
All the exterior siding has been treated and stained with a marine-grade sealer.
Flip open the back hatch and you’ve got access to a custom Coleman stove and sink.
There’s a three gallon water tank connected to a water pump and heater.
Close-up of the water heater.
The two-burner stove pulls out a bit to help dissipate the cooking fumes.
Airstream-style twist window.
There’s plenty of custom shelving inside.
Along with a USB charging receptacle…
…and a vent with 12 V fan.
The undercarriage looks as good as the camper itself!
The seller took detailed measurements of the trailer.
He must be an engineer.
Up front is a military-grade box that houses the two batteries.
What a good-looking pair.
The original auction ended unsold, with no bids at the starting price of $9,999. Maybe the seller would reconsider and start the auction a little bit lower.