Retro Traveller Trailer for Sale

by Kent Griswold on September 9th, 2012. 13 Comments
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We have a 2010 Retro Traveller that was built and designed by Eric of Trailerworks in Beaufort, SC.

Hand Built, 10 foot long. All aluminum body (1950 retro body style) with all sold maple wood interior. The table seats 4 and sleeps 2.

The trailer includes:

  • Air conditioning
  • Refrigerator
  • 1 burner stove
  • Sink
  • Toilet and shower
  • TV/VCR combo
  • Radio/CD stereo system
  • Vu Cube satellite receiver and direct TV box
  • Inside & outside cable
  • Dual battery system and all outside hookups.

This little trailer is very light weight and easy to pull.

retro trailer

Must see to appreciate.
Must pick up no delivery

The traveler is located in Beaufort, SC We can be contacted via email at MsBulli@aol.com or by phone for questions at 843-263-3289 (cell) and the price is $23,000. Thank you, Suzanne McMurray

Retro Traveler couch

Retro Traveler couch long

Retro Traveler table

Retro Traveler kitchen

Retro Traveler trailer hitch

13 Responses to “Retro Traveller Trailer for Sale”

  1. Christina says:

    These travel trailers have always been one of my favorites and it blew my mind that the manufacturers were able to squeeze a bathroom into it. It’s such a shame that they are not being built any more. This one is really beautiful, but a little pricey for me.

  2. Chad says:

    $23,000.00???? Are you kidding me? No way it’s worth that….

    • Amy Thomas says:

      What is it worth? Time will tell. Anything is worth exactly what someone will pay foe it. It would be interesting if we could hear the final sale price, and how long it took to sell. :)

  3. Thomas says:

    I’m going to concur. Absolutely ridiculous asking price at $23,000, and borderline nuts that it’s posted on Craigslist for $28,000.

  4. Stiffarm says:

    That sucks that they already sold the maple wood interior…shouldn’t it come with?

    • CW says:

      Not sure if this is artful trolling or not, but on the chance it’s not… I’m pretty sure they mean “solid” maple wood interior.

  5. annon12 says:

    Look at this one: Hilo Mojo if you like larger teardrops you can stand in

    http://blog.texasrvtravel.com/mojo-is-new-lightweight-trailer-from-hi-lo/

    Cute, 13′, way cheaper but alas no maple interior. I just bought one used that had all the bells and whistles except the awning room and porta potty.

    Trouble is only about 20 were made before the company went out of business (they had been in business since the 1950′s). I hope someone picks up their design (fiberglass)

    If you want something in teardrop that is the Mercedes of them look at this one

    http://www.safaricondo.com/alto1713/indexeng.php

    There are 3 models. They are also in the $30,000 range Canadian, but oh so lovely.

  6. David says:

    Maple? Most of the interior looks like aluminium to me?

  7. Steve says:

    I think they are only talking about the Maple cabinets. Market price would be somewhere between $5K and $10K. No sane person would pay $23K for a home built trailer with rabbit fur curtains….

  8. Abel Zyl says:

    I build teardrops and tiny houses in the Northwest… It isnt cheap to squeeze in all that stuff regardless of the length. It does have a shower!

  9. chase says:

    heh heh – looks pretty cool. And even looks like it just might be able to be pulled behind a motorcycle with out mush issue at all… hmmm…
    just thinking out loud… ;-)

  10. Rico says:

    This is worth about $5-7 K. Take a look at Cricket trailers that are 14K and are 5 times the trailer that this thing is.

  11. Jack Palmer says:

    You could buy a very nice used Airstream for that price. I know because I did. I bought a 29 ft. 76 airstream in great condition for $7,000.00. Used it for a couple of years. Sold that and bought an excellent 25′ Airstream Classic for $12,000.used that for a couple of years and sold that and bought a 2007 Airstream Classic. I won’t tell you what I paid for that. :-) so I have to agree, that a lot of money for that trailer.

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