There were also a few modern trailer companies selling "retro-inspired" travel trailers. The trailers below were very "tricked-out" and had weird things like pop-outs which is strange when you are trying to base your design on a teardrop trailer. These also had ugly interiors and horrible exterior paint jobs.
These little "mpg" trailers were cute but had really fancy (out of place) deluxe interiors. They felt like an uber-slick boutique hotel on the inside. These looked retro on the outside but lacked any real vintage charm.
These little units were adorable and like a modern "remake" of a vintage trailer. Our favorites were a sweet 14 footer and an awesome 16 footer. The "16" featured a bunkhouse design with twin bunkbeds and front dinette. These rigs have retro styling and loads of charm. The interiors feature nice wood, fabrics, and trims. This trailer line was the best by far in the small trailer category.
Something to put on the "wish list"......