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Raz 02-15-2018 07:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Jon in AZ (Post 683792)
Orlen, have you run across a picture of an EggCamper Tear Dropp? My searching turned up empty. I visited Jim's website a number of times since entering the molded fiberglass world in 2012 and never saw any mention of it, either.

Very interesting.

TEARDROP

Jon in AZ 02-15-2018 07:28 AM

Thanks, Raz. Don't know how I missed that!

I sure hope the right person comes along to take over the EggCamper operation. Lots of potential in those designs.

gordon2 02-15-2018 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by kkinna (Post 683534)
....My question for Donna D. is if the NestEgg qualifies to still be a member with this forum? (I surely hope so). I noticed that there is no information under "manufacturers" on the NestEgg, though it is the only commercially built fiberglass teardrop that I know (but no longer being produced?).

I'm not Donna and don't speak for the forum or site, but I can tell you that the requirement to be a member is given when you join. The pertinent part is this:

Registering and participating at Fiberglassrv.com constitutes agreement to abide by the Social Knowledge Network Terms of Service (Social Knowledge is the company that owns this forum). We reserve the right to modify these rules at any time without giving you prior notice.

There is no charge for joining this Forum and we're glad you're here! This is a community of individuals who share a common interest in molded fiberglass travel trailers.


Thats it - no ownership requirement, only an agreement to follow the rules.

Many members do not, have not, and some maybe will not own a molded fiberglass camper yet are still valued members of the community.

David Tilston 02-15-2018 10:26 AM

J Ron, I totally agree. As long as a mold is used, it is molded fibreglass. Did you mean FRP, (Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic)?

rgrugg 02-22-2018 09:57 AM

You can google EggCamper and get photos inside and outside of the EggCamper Teardropp trailer. When I visited the factory I was able to look over the Teardropp. Itís larger than a typical teardrop.


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