Teardrops Ride Retro Trailer Trend

So-Cal Teardrop trailer

Teardrop campers are what I think of as the babies in the world of towable campers. The teardrop trailer gets its name from its unique streamlined shape. Conceived more than 80 years ago, the teardrop trailer has stood the test of time. A common sight from the late 1930s through the ’50s —many were home-built—and were popular because of their sleek, […]

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So-Cal Teardrops Rides Retro Trailer Trend

Many consider small to be the new big—the small-house movement and a conscious move away from a consumptive lifestyle for many millennials. Conceived more than 80 years ago, the teardrop trailer has stood the test of time. A common sight from the 1930s through the ’50s —many were home-built—and were popular because of their sleek, aerodynamic design, […]

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Happier Camper HC1 Combines Modular Set-Up With Retro Design

It can be difficult to know exactly which trailer model and floor plan will work best for you and your family until you’ve spent some time―and money―in a variety of camping experiences. Los Angeles, California-based Happier Camper offers a customizable interior with flexibility that few other camping trailers can match. Retro styling with modern-day components […]

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Winnebago Brave & Tribute Awarded RV of the Year

Forest City, Iowa-based Winnebago Industries new retro-styled Brave and Tribute have been awarded RV Business magazine’s 2015 RV of the Year. “I can’t think of a higher compliment than receiving this prestigious award from RV Business magazine,” said Winnebago’s Class A Gas Product Manager John Millis, in a company news release. “We worked extremely hard as […]

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