What you you think is the prettiest teardrop profile?

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What is the prettiest teardrop profile?

Kenskill
18
14%
Benroy
4
3%
Scad About
1
1%
Kit
7
5%
Modernistic
38
29%
Tourette
1
1%
Kampmaster
3
2%
Grasshopper
3
2%
Cabin Car
4
3%
Weekender
2
2%
Optimized Winter Warrior
2
2%
Gruman
13
10%
2+2
2
2%
Widget
4
3%
Camp-Inn
10
8%
Slumbercoach
5
4%
Other, see below
15
11%
 
Total votes : 132

Postby TFloyd » Sun Mar 01, 2009 12:04 am

I'm really fond of the shape of Forest River's R-Pod. It's not exactly a tiny teardrop, but it's a towable standee with nice lines.

Either after they have a few years to work out any kinks, or after I get some resources together, it may be the way we go.
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Postby chorizon » Sun Apr 19, 2009 10:23 am

The Trailer For Two:
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Or more specifically, The Comet from Kuffel Creek http://www.kuffelcreek.com/10'_trailer.htm.
This pic is from their website.
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Postby Senior Ninja » Sun Apr 19, 2009 12:22 pm

No surprise, mine.
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Postby teardrop_focus » Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:20 am

My favorite teardrop profile is the Cub/Modernistic. It's gorgeous. The following picture was taken from Jerome's album here on T&TTT...

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I have plans to build a modified version of the classic 4 X 8 Kit profile as my first teardrop.


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Postby alffink » Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:13 pm

How'd I miss this string??
I built a cubby, first build, but as has been said earlier, the Kit is just what most people picture as a Teardrop, and I don't refer to teardroppers, but just the "trailer crowd" in general. If I was to start my second build today, it would be closer to the Benroy, the profile just lends itself to a better use of space.
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Postby Wimperdink » Tue Apr 21, 2009 12:27 am

I'm actually very surprised at this poll. Some of my favorites ranked very low on this poll. I wonder how much the name of the profile affects the ranking. I like the shape of the "scad about" but don't like the name. :lol:

I noticed that besides the fact that there are hundreds of Benroys being built here, it hardly took a vote.
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Postby Barry and Darby H. » Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:33 am

Gotta go with the cabin car and the slumber coach. working on one and the other........... who knows, there is a winter next year too.
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