Hall of Fame
A Directory of Handmade Teardrop Trailers
Help us create the world’s largest directory of handmade teardrop trailers! Submit photos and a description of your build, with your name and location, and we’ll add it to this gallery. Plus, you’ll receive a unique ID number registering your build in the Handmade Teardrop Trailer Hall of Fame. Send us your trailer details.
Dave Moult’s spectacular Steampunk teardrop trailer inspired a half-decade of custom builds that followed
This jaw-dropping, copper-wrapped creationg draws inspiration from Steampunk and the DIY community
Inspired by the iconic men’s shoe and the wing of a 400A jet airplane, this handmade teardrop trailer hit the road as an instant classic.
As seen on YouTube, this handmade teardrop trailer is built for the off-road adventurer.
This aluminum-clad teardrop trailer is impervious to rot, mildew, and mold.
This all-wood trailer with a panoramic view was built for a lifetime of family adventures.
Builder Tom Brickman helped introduce Richmond, Virginia to its first teardrop coffee shop.
This steel-clad handmade teardrop trailer drove two partners to commercial success.
Glenn Ross of B.C. Canada built his unique canvas-wrapped teardrop trailer with water resistance top of mind.
This classic woody and aluminum teardrop trailer inspired a book and a handmade movement.