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Wherever you go with your Crossover, SUV or 4×4, you will get with your Dropland. Designed for the most versatile and extreme use, for robustness and dynamic all-road and off-road capabilities, the Dropland will never fail you.
Its most overland version it’s built on an oversized frame, with a full independent springs and shock absorbers suspension system. A progressive suspension, very smooth at the first way and firm at the end.
In addition to the option of aluminum exterior finish, which gives it a amazing look, we have developed a special treatment in Line-X, an outer layer that makes it almost indestructible.
If you are looking for comfort in the most inaccessible places, the Dropland is your ultralight teardrop trailer.
“To approach nature, to live with it and not only in it.
Enjoy the company or loneliness. Enjoy what really matters to you.”
The first teardrop was designed by Louis Rogers as a small camper trailer to spend his honeymoon. Soon, new improved versions appeared, and with the years, that concept of lightweight mini caravan gained followers among the public. Easy to tow and with an aerodynamic shape that reduces the drag force and fuel consumption, today, with an updated design, the teardrop is still popular all over the world.
1936 » Mechanics and Handicrafts published an article in its December issue about mini caravans or teardrops trailers, including detailed instructions for building one. The author published a list of materials and a cost analysis at the end of the article, which amounted to $ 50.
1939 » Popular HomeCraft published a story by Hi Sibley titled “Honeymoon House Trailer” in its March/April issue. The article featured a teardrop designed and built by Louis Rogers of Pasadena (CA) for his honeymoon trip.
1940 » Popular Mechanix published an article by Charles W. Brentner entitled “Streamlined Midget Trailer”.
1947 » Mechanix Illustrated published “Teardrop for two” by Hi Sibley, the most popular vintage story about teardrop trailers.