From speakeasies to massive economic uncertainty, stuff from the '30s is super in right now. Hopping on that trend, a vintage-auto nut has resurrected a sleek, teardrop-shaped, 80-year-old trailer design named the Road Chief, originally built by the dude behind the Spirit of St Louis. The whole thing's clad in aircraft-grade aluminum sheets, bolted together by 5k hand-bucked rivets, and sports Predator-like camouflage so it can lurk in the forests slowly picking off your squad of elite soldiers, all because it's pissed nobody ever ever says "Get to the trailer, NOW!". The total weight comes in at "half the weight of supposedly 'lightweight' trailers", meaning it can be towed by "virtually any automobile". Inside? A full kitchen w/ a solar-panel-powered microwave & fridge, plus a propane stove. These birch-wood panels are "hand-fitted, then removed and varnished on all surfaces and hand-fitted again", which is either really good, or speaks to their short attention span. The sofa's covered in an "ultrafabric" meant to resemble "an old flying jacket", so it probably is hiding an old movie stub & an unopened condom. The bed area at the back can split to form two twins, or combine into a king. Order one and you can have your/any name hand-painted on the wheel hub, and they'll throw in a celebratory bottle of Champagne, which probably isn't the best way to start a road trip.
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