American Dream Teardrop Trailer

Mar 16, 2016

Category: Living

Life’s too short to spend it at Costco on the weekends. Anyone will tell you there’s nothing like a spontaneous getaway into the wilderness. However, modern camping gear and trailers make for more difficulties than divine natural experiences. That’s why The American Dream Trailer Company offers a solution to this issue. Their principle? To help people remove themselves from the repetitive ruts of daily life. The vessel? The American Dream Teardrop Trailer.

The classically designed trailer sleeps two and includes a cooking and storage galley in the back. Atop each Teardrop lies a row boat and paddle ready whenever you’re willing to get your feet wet. Five hood latches secure the boat to the hood and, once removed, a secondary roof keeps your gear dry. Each trailer is built-to-order based on individual preferences but you won’t find much in the way of tech options here. The idea is to keep things simple and to unplug from the burdens of modern life. Give it a shot. We’re sure your Instagram followers will forgive you. Prices start at $8,900 [Purchase]

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