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Vintage Teardrop Trailer

"Vacations in a Can" is a company that lets you enjoy a true adventurous vacation in one of their classic "canned hams" (tear trailers). The company offers custom-built tear trailers for purchase, and tear trailers for rental. They also repair and restore tear trailers and vintage travel trailers. "A tear trailer, also known as a tear camper trailer, is a streamlined, compact, lightweight travel trailer which gets its name from its tear profile. Tear trailers usually have sleeping space for two adults and often have a basic kitchen in the rear."

Check out their website for more information.




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