Post by bullseye17 on Sept 14, 2016 6:33:53 GMT -8
I know many of you are looking for the vintage authenticity in your trailers, but for those of us who are looking to blend the vintage charm with modern usefulness, style and technology, I think this product could be a really good option.
Does anyone have experience with this product? I'm thinking about ordering for my newly rebuilt ham.
Interesting, but it totally takes away from seeing the front of the trailer (which we wouldn't want to deprive anyone of seeing! Lol) I'd rather stick with an awning and then set up my screen house over the picnic table
Post by bullseye17 on Sept 14, 2016 6:57:41 GMT -8
I get that - this is mostly for when I'm at my family property, which is where I would use my trailer the most. I built my trailer more for function than for people to look at, although I do place a high emphasis on looks too...
Well... if I'm actually being honest here, the reason I built the trailer is so that my wife would go to our property at all... hahah. She's not one for tents, bugs, or camping in general. Hence why the build is basically turning into a mini version of our house! A screen room would get major brownie points
From a design standpoint, I really like how this product actually takes advantage of the curved profile, rather than trying to force a straight line onto it.
Last Edit: Sept 14, 2016 6:59:36 GMT -8 by bullseye17