The popularity of the teardrop trailer faded with the popularity of larger vehicles during a time when fuel prices were low. In 1948 the company began producing an 8 X 14 foot “coach” trailer and the teardrop assembly had ended.
Recently more and more tiny teardrops have been popping back up on the road again. These small trailers pack just enough luxuries to enjoy a road trip adventure without the demand of a big towing vehicle. They can even be pulled by something as small as a VW beetle.`
Teardrop trailers have become a thing once again for the same reasons that tiny houses are all the rage; they provide a practical budget friendly, and even quirkily trendy way to go camping. You can fit three adults or a young family inside and hit the road in search of an outdoor adventure.