Great Lakes Teardrop Trailer - This is the first teardrop trailer that I built in 2000, and was patterned after another teardrop trailer (built by Glenn Johnson of Yucaipa, Ca.) His trailer is registered as a (1956 Sherwood), a modified design of an early 60's Scad-About. This style as well as Benroy and others had less of a classical air foil design.
Aerotear Teardrop Trailer Model 96 (my personal favorite) - I built and sold this model trailer from 2001 until the spring of 2005, at which time I ceased this small but enjoyable enterprise. Again the typical airfoil design, which means some reduction in cabin space, but more efficient towing as well as an aesthetic appearance.
Aerotear Teardrop Trailer Model 84 - In 2000, I built and sold one Model 84. It is extremely compact and lightweight, well suited for motorcycle towing. My first and last trailer with 12 inch wheels. (tough on bearings) A typical air foil design such as Modernistic, Kit, and others.
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