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American Teardrop Campers
Built in America by Americans
We are now building American Teardrops to order so you get exactly what you want at the lowest possible price. Camping season is almost here! If your looking to get your New Custom American Teardrop in time to use this season, you will need to order soon. We are now taking orders for delivery in May. Don't let another season pass you by. The new 2014 Pricing is available Check out how little it costs to own a custom made American Teardrop. To make an appointment to see an American Teardrop Camper call Bud at 530-718-0046 Update: The New online store is under construction. This store will make it more convenient to get the parts and options you need to customize your own teardrop. During construction the store is fully operational. As we unpack the items will be added to the store as they become available. 2014 Upgrades include:
2014 American Teardrops still include the following features:
American Teardrop has been able to lower the price of teardrop camper trailers by using automated production techniques and eliminating the distributer mark up. Our modern assembly facility makes it possible for us to lower our price while giving you the quality and the features you expect.
All American Teardrops are available direct sales only and are shown by one of our many happy customers.
If you wish to see an American Teardrop up close and personal fill out the contact form and you will be contacted to set up an appointment.
Take a look at what you can do with an American Teardrop Osprey.
Thank You Bruce.
History of the "Teardrop Camper Trailer"...
The March/April, 1939 issue of Popular Homecraft ran a story and plans for a teardrop trailer designed and built by Louis Rogers of Pasadena, California in the 1930's for his honeymoon coach.
The 8'x4' floor plan was on tongue-and-groove flooring on a pine chassis. Rogers used a Chevrolet front axle with 28" wheels and 1926 Chevrolet rear fenders. Sides and top were enclosed with 1/8" hard pressed board sealed with varnish.
This teardrop slept two and had the raise-up deck lid for the rear kitchenette with ice box and stove. A curtain-enclosed dressing room outside the starboard entry door provided privacy while dressing.
The February, 1940 issue of Popular Mechanics ran a story and plans for a egg-shaped teardrop trailer. It was built on a 1924 Chevrolet Superior front axle with disk wheels from a 1930 Chevrolet.
The floor was of tongue-and-groove oak over a spruce chassis. The exterior was 1/8" pressed board sealed with varnish. This 9'x5'9-1/2" floor plan featured a pressurized water tank with running water to a sink, a stove and ice box in the rear kitchenette. The cabin provided standing room beside the double bed for dressing, a small clothes closet, a chemical toilet and a single entry door on the starboard side.
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164 Teamtrack Road, Auburn, CA 95603