Men of T&TTT Standy Style Opinion

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Men, what style of Standy do you prefer?

1. Vintage Canned ham. ie scotty, aljoa, aloha, round shasta
19
33%
2. Modern canned ham. ie MPG, rpod, retro lite, tada
2
4%
3. Egg shaped camper. ie boler, uhaul, burro, scamp
4
7%
4. Vintage boxy look. ie shasta, prowler,
1
2%
5. Modern Boxy look. ie jayco, aliner,
2
4%
6. Vintage airplaneish. ie Avion, Airstream
7
12%
7. Standy Teardrop Style ie. Tab, iCamp<-loosely td style
11
19%
8. Popup, or some other type of transforming trailer.
4
7%
9. Other not mentioned above.
7
12%
 
Total votes : 57

Men of T&TTT Standy Style Opinion

Postby Wimperdink » Mon May 30, 2011 10:46 pm

Ok men now its your turn.... after posing the question to the ladies here I wondered if men tend to gravitate to a specific style of trailer too.

Same question for you.... If you were looking for a standy with a box under 15', and $ was not an issue, what style would you choose?


1. Vintage Canned ham. ie scotty, aljoa, aloha, round shasta
2. Modern canned ham. ie MPG, rpod, retro lite, tada
3. Egg shaped camper. ie boler, uhaul, burro, scamp
4. Vintage boxy look. ie shasta, prowler,
5. Modern Boxy look. ie jayco, aliner,
6. Vintage airplaneish. ie Avion, Airstream
7. Standy Teardrop Style ie. Tab, iCamp<-loosely td style
8. Popup, or some other type of transforming trailer.
9. Other not mentioned above.
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Postby Lookfar » Tue May 31, 2011 7:39 am

That's too many choices, as I like almost all of them. Had to go with the "vintage canned ham". They just look right.
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Postby Wimperdink » Wed Jun 01, 2011 7:02 pm

I'm having trouble deciding so I haven't voted yet. The "if $ isn't an issue" makes it harder for me to decide lol. I love the one I have but then again I really like the shape of the Burro campers.
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Postby mikeschn » Wed Jun 01, 2011 7:05 pm

Serro Scotty!!! ;)

The small one!

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or old... you choose!
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Postby Wimperdink » Thu Jun 02, 2011 10:15 am

I have to admit, out of all the stuff made today that has to be one of the most attractive campers. I went ahead and voted for the Egg shapped.

This is just too cool.... I like the mini trolley top shape at the top that only the Burro and Uhaul trailers seem to have.

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That doesn't mean I'd rule out owning a scamp, boler, casita, trillium, or egg camper.

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Postby Ron Dickey » Thu Oct 06, 2011 6:48 pm

there is so much to offer in the trailer world if I had the abilities to make this type of trailer I would only smaller.

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or maybe one that had several uses

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or something more basic sand simple
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this is more what I think of when it come to a standy

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Re: Men of T&TTT Standy Style Opinion

Postby canned o minimum » Sun Mar 18, 2012 7:40 pm

Ever since I got my VW Bug, I've been lookin fer an ERiba,Puck trailer from Germany. It has a pop top over the kitchen/galley.

Well... I found one and BOUGHT it ! I've had it jus over a month and I absolutely LOVE it !!

It weighs in at 660lbs dry..My teardrop weighs in at 820 camp ready !

I'll be sellin the teardop to fund the Puck restoration, but plan to build another teardrop cause I don't think I'll be able to live without a teardrop !
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Re: Men of T&TTT Standy Style Opinion

Postby canned o minimum » Sun Mar 18, 2012 7:41 pm

Ever since I got my VW Bug, I've been lookin fer an Eriba,Puck trailer from Germany. It has a pop top over the kitchen/galley.

Well... I found one and BOUGHT it ! I've had it jus over a month and I absolutely LOVE it !!

It weighs in at 660lbs dry..My teardrop weighs in at 820 camp ready !

I'll be sellin the teardop to fund the Puck restoration, but plan to build another teardrop cause I don't think I'll be able to live without a teardrop !
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Re: Men of T&TTT Standy Style Opinion

Postby IndyTom » Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:06 am

For me, it was nearly a dead tie between Vintage Canned Ham and Vintage airplaneish, but I voted for the Vintage Canned Ham. But I do really love the vintage Airstreams.....

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Re: Men of T&TTT Standy Style Opinion

Postby bobhenry » Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:13 am

The storage shed look.......

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