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These Retro Trailers Can Be Customized Just The Way You Like

This post was updated on March 15th, 2024

Relic Trailers may look like they were built in the ’60s, but they’re actually made brand new with the same sleek, retro style. The custom built campers come with a variety of floor plans and different features to fit your personal taste and preferences.

Each custom trailer takes about 4-8 weeks to make.


The fiberglass trailers have a 2×4 steel frame with aluminum rims and 13-inch tires. Light and compact at 12-and-a-half feet long, they easily fit inside most garages.


Their aerodynamic design also helps reduce drag and makes them easier to tow. Inside, the trailers can be customized with a variety of layouts and features.


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You pick which flooring, wall covering, and layout(s) the camper should be built with. They have three layout options for the seating area in the back, and two options for the front. Or if you want, you could also mix and match.’

Their floor plans may include a full bed with cabinets, two twin beds, or a U-Lounge that can convert into a king-size bed.


The interior is made with polished wood cabinetry, 12-volt lighting, and comfy four-inch cushions. You can request custom add-ons like: an A/C, ice box, closet, extra outlets, cable TV hookups, vintage lighting, and LED vintage tail lights, among others.

Relic Trailers can be painted in a variety of bright, retro colors, like: celeste blue, relic red, butterscotch yellow, flamingo pink, and Jetson black.


Or you can request the trailer match the color of your tow vehicle:


Prices for these custom trailers start out at $16,000 and go up with the more features you add. For more information, check out their website here.

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