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Check out patriot trailers out of Australia. They are very very expensive but very cool.
You're not kidding on them being expensive. Their cheapest one costs more than I spent buying my Tundra brand new, and more than I expect to spend on a new Bronco.



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Check out patriot trailers out of Australia. They are very very expensive but very cool.
Jeez, for the price they're asking I could just buy a 2nd overlanding rig and hire somebody to go set up camp wherever I'm going. Who needs a trailer.
 

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Yeah those are pretty sweet and I've seen others like em. But I was kinda thinking literally an upside down teardrop. Same curve, same simple design and size. Preferably same color schemes and paneling as the 70s ones. Just upside down for breakover and departure angle. Here are also some real cool campers to get some room but still get down tight trails.

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Yeah those are pretty sweet and I've seen others like em. But I was kinda thinking literally an upside down teardrop. Same curve, same simple design and size. Preferably same color schemes and paneling as the 70s ones. Just upside down for breakover and departure angle. Here are also some real cool campers to get some room but still get down tight trails.

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Omg I was on a video conference with my family and my aunt was telling a sad story as I was looking at your post and I couldn’t stop laughing. That first trailer looks ridiculous lololol
 

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Somebody needs to start bulding teardrops upside down for offroading. Put the curves to the ground for clearance and maybe do a rtt sized hardshell to pop the top up a bit even if its just at an angle. Have a drop down kitchen at the rear. I think it be sweet.
Looks like someone was thinking ahead.
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Taxa Outdoor makes a group of amazing trailers. I've been trying to find a deal on a gently used Woolly Bear or Tiger Moth. Lucky for me a dealer just opened about a month ago that happens to be on my route home. These two are what I'm eyeballing right now. There are several options you can add to these units and most of the smaller units are designed for 7 days minimum of off grid use. Depending on the time of year and your demands on the electrical system with optional solar, you can go significantly longer.
https://taxaoutdoors.com/camper-trailers/woolly-bear/
https://taxaoutdoors.com/camper-trailers/tiger-moth/

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