FOR SALE: Teardrop trailer for two

Fully loaded 2004 teardrop trailer (#23 of over 35 built by Ed Ester, Master Cabinetmaker of Burien, WA). Stainless steel top, anodized aluminum siding, solid oak construction. Braking rear axle, tongue box for all the extra gear. Hitch it up and go – comes with most everything you need for camping. Locking rear hatch lifts up to reveal a fully stocked galley (cook stove, dishes, silverware, etc), Ralph Lauren bedding (“full size”, four foot wide bed) with matching curtains. Locking doors on either side, with custom screens for those hot summer nights. AC/DC, battery and solar charger. Countertop, bedding, and other accessories are dark green. Includes outdoor rugs, privacy tent, collapsible table and benches, chairs, chocks, etc. We are including everything and every trick we know that we have put together after four years of teadropping. Asking $9,000.00

Great for camping families and parents with back problems. Memory foam topper on bed high quality RV cushions make it almost as good as home. Mom and dad sleep inside, the kids are in the tent “next door”. Mom and dad get some comfortable sleep…For those wanting to travel cross-country, locking doors make it safe to sleep at truck stops and rest areas. We have some stories to tell!

Less than 10,000 miles and in excellent condition. Currently garaged in West Seattle. Current license TR STRK (tear streak) tabs good thru June 08. Inexpensive to insure and license, can be towed by most anything. Current tow vehicle is a MINI Cooper which we are considering trading in for a new “smart fortwo” which is too small to tow. Custom hitch and brake controller can be made available if another MINI owner purchases.

Be welcomed to the fantastic teardropping community, strong in the Northwest with many group campouts and cookoffs all summer long and with meets all across the country. Some really nice folks, really cool classic cars and trucks as tow vehicles, restored teardrops and new models, too, are all welcome. Visit the Teardroppers of Oregon and Washington web site for an introduction.

Will consider parting with “matching MINI” if the timing can be arranged right.

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