On Sat, Dec 23, 2000 at 07:50:58PM -0500, Lyn Fatt, Brian A wrote:
> I remember seeing something on the web about a
> year ago. It was an egg shaped trailer that
> appeared to be quite small. It had different
> options including a stove and sink, but you
> slept in a tent. It was also built as a simple
> carrier. I think the company was out in
> California. None of the links that I have seem
> to relate to this trailer so I must have tossed
> the URL.
Those were common when I was a kid (in California, and before
towns made it illgal to park your trailers on the street).
They're shaped like a very fat airfoil in cross section.
There's usually a door on the right side.
There's also the one-wheel trailers- they bolt onto the car
with a fixtue that allows them to pivot only up and down, and
the one wheel is a large castor (with suspension no less).
Cool in that you can back up normally, but a hassle to remove
and move around by hand.
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