Movie Screen Mount by Hitch Theaters

May 12, 2016

Category: Gear

Drive through movies are a relic of an era long past. If they are still in use it is only by virtue of their quaint appeal to folks who would like to see what it was like to have gone to one back in the mid 20th century. Movies and cars still are still a winning combination, however, and this amazing fold out movie screen by Hitch Theaters brings out the best of both worlds.

Easy to set up and fold down, this screen is perfect for folks who are looking to spend a night under the stars watching a film with their friends. Mounting on your truck’s trailer hitch and using four stabilizing wires to keep the screen from blowing around, you can point a projector at the screen from the roof of your truck or set one up on a stand to project from the front. You can get the whole package starting at $330. [Purchase]

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