Hi all Foamlings/Foamanistas,
This link isn't to a foam based TT as we think of it, but it is of a
related construction as they use composite panels that are foam
cored in their non-wood based construction. But, the reason I'm posting
the link is for the body design that uses aerodynamics applied to a
basically rectangular body design. Notice the front shaping and the rear
shape and tapering.
An amazing Australian Off-Road RV manufacturer:http://www.kimberleygroup.com.au/4wd_camper
They make off road campers [tent trailers to us] and
now also two types of off-road caravans. We all need
to be able to rough it this way !!! [They are high end,
but they look to me like the highest value received for
The newest product from Kimberley Kampers,
The Kimberley Kruiser:http://www.kimberleykruiser.com/
Their first caravan, a telescoping hard walled unit, also with
aero applied to its body. The main idea here is to keep the
trailer[caravan] body within the tow vehicle's cross-section
and in [matching its] track width.
The Kimberley Karavan:http://www.kimberleykaravans.com/
Again, great inspiration for home builders, at least for me.
If you have a house - you have a hobby.