I might be interested in selling my 1989 Eriba Puck since soon after I bought it last year I was able to pry the 1988 Eriba Triton away from the previous owner. I'd actually been trying to get my hands on the Triton for about five years and had pretty much given up. I bought a Puck when the opportunity came up and two weeks later was contacted by the owner of the Triton to see if I still wanted it. At that time I still had my U-Haul
as well so I wound up with three trailers in the driveway. I sold the U-haul
and originally thought I'd keep both Eribas but the wife somehow doesn't think we need more than one travel trailer in the driveway.
I really like the Puck since it only weighs around 800 lbs and I can tow it with my 4 cylinder Land Rovers. My wife actually likes the Puck better but the Triton is a fantastic trailer.
The Puck was bought new in Germany in 1989 by an American tourist who used it to travel around Europe. He then shipped it home and used it mostly in Florida until he traded it in on a boat last year. He replaced the heater with a built air conditioner but other than that it is pretty much as it left the factory. I'm located in Roswell, GA just north of Atlanta.
Eriba trailers are very cool and are usually described as German Airstreams. I really enjoy camping in both of mine but I'm not sure I need two of them.