Teal Camper - Build It Yourself Molded Travel Trailer - Fiberglass RV


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Old 08-26-2012, 12:50 AM   #1
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Teal Camper - Build It Yourself Molded Travel Trailer

I was looking for an Eggcamper and found this Teal Camper. For $3,000 to $6,000 you can build your own molded travel trailer. The walls are double-walled, foam-filled polyethelene, but the roof is a molded fiberglass popup.
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Small camper and tiny trailer for utility trailers and pickup trucks

Video of the 5x10 model with wood interior, 110v, and water at:
Teal Camper 510 Video Tour

Toyhauler and egg camper in one trailer...sorta.
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Old 08-26-2012, 04:42 AM   #2
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Another victim of the economy, what a shame. Here is a post by the owner from 2010.

New Modular Camper for Utility Trailers and Pickups
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Old 08-26-2012, 11:02 AM   #3
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Absolutely great site. Check it all out. Hope he succeeds.
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Nice concept, in a way, but a whole lotta seams that could leak.
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Unless you're going to ship the construction modules to Mars (or I suppose India) why would you bother? I thought the "great thought" of molded was NO seams. I don't think I'd design my modules around the constraints of 40 bucks worth of welded side rail on a twinky landscape trailer. Oh, I get it! The idea is that somehow you can jack that 300# "furnished" box out the back and then you still got a nice little utility trailer for hauling sand and gravel (after you spend another 150 bucks on plywood floor and sides). People have more fun than anybody!!

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Great idea, looks like a neat little trailer.
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Absolutely great site. Check it all out. Hope he succeeds.

I agree, Norm. My guess is it's kinda like these fiberglass showers that come in three pieces. They don't leak.

Have a great day!
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