How-To: Teardrop Camper Trailer

How-To: Teardrop Camper Trailer




Sweet! Make: Projects author Werner made an epic how-to on his teardrop camper trailer built on the frame of a cheap Craigslist popup camping trailer.

5 thoughts on “How-To: Teardrop Camper Trailer

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very cool! But do you worry about gases from all that plywood, vinyl, exotic paints, insulation, et cetera in such a small space?

    1. Werner Strama says:

      Not really, after the paint dried, I covered the interior with Acrylic paint, that removed the smell, plus, there is a powered vent ( three speeds, and ..hehehe ” tinkered” to make it reversible flow), there is a 43×12 window with a mosquito screen, and there is a mosquito screen that covers the door if we want to sleep with the wind on our feet….

  2. Christopher Spurgeon says:

    I commend you on your project, it looks good!

    I also made my own Teardrop Camper, check it out: http://www.csjoker.com/teardrop-project/

  3. Camper Trailers says:

    nice post

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