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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:11 am
I've been going through my computer storage and came across these plans I downloaded a couple of years ago. The teardrop travel trailer is one of my favorites. Seems simple to make and can be done inexpensively using reclaimed or recycled materials.

Honeymoon House Trailer.pdf

Kampous Trailer.pdf

Lil Guy.pdf

RV.pdf

TearDrop Trailer.pdf

Trailer For Two.pdf

Uni.pdf
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:53 am
Thanks for sharing Majescott i'm def. savin' those.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:24 pm
Gotta love the old MI, PM, and the like....even the ads are cool to read...LOL
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I can still remember seeing an article on building something like these....With the instructions, "First get your self a front axle from a 1939 Studebaker......I'm I thinking, Where in the heck do I find one of those,? LOL LOL

The orginal "Place" was a 1963 Shasta "Ham Can" trailer, used it for 15 years till the cabin was built,,,,,It was comerical but still reminds me of the old home made units.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:13 am
hunter63 wrote:Gotta love the old MI, PM, and the like....even the ads are cool to read...LOL
Thanks......

I can still remember seeing an article on building something like these....With the instructions, "First get your self a front axle from a 1939 Studebaker......I'm I thinking, Where in the heck do I find one of those,? LOL LOL

The orginal "Place" was a 1963 Shasta "Ham Can" trailer, used it for 15 years till the cabin was built,,,,,It was comerical but still reminds me of the old home made units.

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Love the old Shasta's! We are restoring a gem Canned Ham from the late '50 to early 60's but we still haven't found the make of it yet. We are just about done restoring this one but we were thinking of building the teardrop prior to getting our "vintage" 16 ft.

Eventually we will be building one of these trailers but for my partner's work. He travels about 3 hrs a day and would be nice to just park it somewhere closer to his work.

I will be uploading a couple more that were too big for this site and will provide a link for a download.

PostPosted: Sat Jul 02, 2011 6:49 am
Here are 4 more travel trailer plans that were too big for this site.

Lightweight Trailer: http://www.multiupload.com/2XJIGY5XS9

Runlight Trailer: http://www.multiupload.com/01L014WQIG

Wander Pup Trailer: http://www.multiupload.com/2ZTVSJVCE9

Wild Goose Trailer: http://www.multiupload.com/NWUD3J0WLF

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 02, 2011 11:11 am
one of the easiest foundations for bugout trailers i have come across is the simple 3/4 ton pickup box trailer.
They are already wired for lights and many if not most still have the original fuel tank (which can be plumbed to act as a reserve fuel tank for your BOV..
It's an easy matter to add a topper ( even to the point of extending the height with sideboards ) or a pickup camper.
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