Who says you can’t have some style with your rugged teardrop trailer? Vintage Overland has taken its handbuilt overland caravans and made them into a camper you’ll want to take off-road.
Even better? It’s designed for the open road too. Hey, all adventures start from a paved road. It’s best to have something that can tackle both.
Each trailer is constructed by hand and built on top of a curved steel frame. No, it’s not going to fit your extended family, and that’s probably a good thing. You want to lose yourself in the wilds, not bring along the in-laws. That’s tantamount to torture.
Three options from Vintage Overland. You have the Tuco at $10,500, the Great Escape at $12,500 and the T.E. Lawrence at $14,500. They won’t crater a bank account, and each comes with its own set of model-specific features.
Here are the basic options included in each caravan:
- Hand Built Oversized Door
- Hardwood Interior
- UV Aluminum Exterior
- Exterior Utility Light
- Solar Panel
- Torsion Axle
- Powder Coated Frames and Fenders
- Rear Receiver Hitch
- Vintage Style Tail Lights
- Baby Moon Hubcaps
- LED Lights (Interior and Exterior)
- Accessory Jack (iPhone ready)
- Vent and Fan
- Roof Rack Mounts
- Tinted Window with Screen
- Memory Foam Mattress
- Insulation (made from re-purposed denim)
- Diamond Plate Reinforcement
- Basic Graphics Package ( Signature Black Stripe and VO Logo)
- Hand Crafted, High-Quality Construction and Detail
It’s the cheapest and comes with all the basic features in the teardrop camper. The dimensions come in at 4’W x 8’L on the cabin. If you need to escape the daily grind, it’s your fastest option.
The Great Escape
Speaking of escapes, the Great Escape from Vintage Overland has the basic package with an additional rear hatch. Need some extra room for a camp kitchen or extra gear? It comes standard with a rear trunk area designed just for that.
The T.E. Lawrence
Need some room to roll around? You get an extra foot to go with the queen memory foam mattress built in. Additional storage and LED lights are added, as well as a pull-out writing desk. Tell it like it is Vintage Overland, it’s a spot for people like me to put our laptops.
I might want that adventure, but the laptop has to come with me. Besides, the teardrop camper has a desk. You can take the idea of remote work to the extreme.
Each trailer screams camping trip. Some may want to chill inside on the queen mattress while others will want to use the teardrop trailer to haul all the camping gear to your favorite spot.
All three models are built to order, and there is a waiting list. Check out Vintage Overland Caravans for more information.