Our 5'x9' Li'l Tripper Model
David and Judy's Li'l Tripper was ready right on time as promised. The very next day, they had an appointment to get a graphic of their own design put on the sides.
Here is the graphic they had made for their Li'l Tripper. The green Roadrunner perfectly matches the almost flourescent green color of their Rubicon Jeep tow vechicle.
Judy posed for us to show how much headroom there is in the Li'l Tripper. She's about 5'-7" or 8". The standard interior height is 5'. Note: you can add a foot.
Lewis (retired FBI agent) said our Lil Tripper was "built like a tank." He loved how sturdy it is. When he picked it up, he loaded his camping gear and took off on a camping trip.
Harold and Sue bought a Big Brother, promptly sold their house to their son and daughter-in-law, and took off to explore the U.S.A. for a year.
Harold and Sue are keeping track of all the states they have visited on this map of the U.S. They have filled in many more states since this photo was taken.
Our 5'x 8' Half Pint Model
Sue and Frankie picked up their Half Pint and camped in the Nashville area for a while to give it a test run. Then they took off for a three-month trip to the Northeast and finally to Nova Scotia.
Marlin and his wife, from the "great state of Texas" drove in to pick up their Half Pint at our showroom.
Randy, a local, experienced camper, wanted the Half Pint with limited options. He's learned from years of camping to keep it simple.
Kim, from Stillwater, OK, is one of our first Half Pint buyers. She loves to welcome new buyers into the PeeWee family.
Kim likes to set up camp with a pop-up canopy, but as you can see in the next photo, sometimes she uses a tarp.
On this trip, Kim covered the entire camper with a tarp and extended it over the rear and one side for shade and cover.
Kim is a member of "Sisters on the Fly," a ladies' camping group, and she takes numerous camping trips with the group as well as on her own.
Don and his wife found this canopy with sides that roll down for privacy and roll up for air flow.
James took delivery of his camper at his lot in an RV park in Gatlinburg. That's what we call door-to-door service!
Barry, from Louisiana, wanted his tires and fenders to match his jeep. His rig fits nicely in his driveway.
This three-sided SUV tent works as a great addition to the ECONO. Barry says the AC in the camper also cools the tent.
Barry made his own portable, 1-legged table that balances on the flat jeep fender for support.
Larry and his wife Dianna live in one state, but have frequent business in another state. They bought a camper to save money on hotel bills.
Larry and Sue are in the North Cascades National Park in Washington state. Sue said, "I don't see this getting old any time soon."
Kyle's Half Pint didn't even cost as much as the two bicycles he carries with him to triathlon competitions.
Savanna, her boyfriend, and their dog are heading back to Colorado with her new Half Pint.
Gary, from Gilead, OH, ordered the most "optioned-out" Half Pint ever built for off-road use!
Here's the driver side of Gary's off-road camper. Pretty awesome, huh?
Mark, from Missouri, bought his camper to use in his business as well as camp. That's how to get a tax deduction for a camper!
Oh, the stories this WWII Navy Veteran told us when he picked up his camper. Thanks for your service Neil!
Paul and Rosana's "Green Machine" at Lake DeSmet near Buffalo, Wyoming. Note that colors are no longer available.
Karen, who worked for the Park Service at several parks, gave up her place in the production line so the couple in the next photo could get their Half Pint in time for their wedding.
Jason and his fiance Amy drove in from Missouri to pick up their Half Pint just days before their wedding. They spent their honeymoon in the camper on a two-week trip to California.
Here's Karen doing some winter camping at Cades Cove in the Smokey Mountains. Her goal is to visit the National Parks where she has never worked.
Nancy added her own graphics and an awning. She loves the fire roads and remote camping sites.
Mike (from Wisconsin) bought a Half Pint that we nicknamed "The Blue Sapphire." Note that colors are no longer available.
Mike has extended his Half Pint with a tent. The tent is good for additional sleeping space, as a changing area, or as a place for a porta-potty.
Robyn and Tina are experienced campers, who, like so many, were ready to give up the tents for something more comfortable.
Jim had an unusual request—4 roof vents: one on each side of the camper, but none on the roof! He also wanted a rear window.
Meet Rodney and his new Half Pint. Rodney is a "prepper," and he has lots of plans for being "off grid" in his camper.
Rick delivered Larry and Sue's camper to them in Ohio just so he could get a Frisch's Big Boy. In this photo, Larry and Sue are a long way from home — camping in North Dakota.
Bill camped in his driveway the day we delivered his camper to him in L.I., NY. He sent this photo and said, "Another great camping trip with my Half Pint. The more I use it, the more I like it."
Gary, a travelling tennis pro, wanted a camper the color of a tennis ball. This yellow was as close as we could get! Note that colors are no longer available.
Bailey, an insurance claim adjuster from Texas, bought his camper to "live in" while on the job doing insurance claims in disaster areas.
This Half Pint buyer found a spare tire cover that is just perfect for a teardrop. It says, "This is how we roll."
Right after taking delivery, this buyer practiced maneuvering the Half Pint in a nearby shopping center parking lot. The pet dog served as navigator.
Our 4'x6' Small Fry Model
Notice the low window in this Small Fry. It's for the two little doggies that travel with Alice.
Bob, nicknamed "Santa Claus," cycled down from NY to see a Small Fry before buying, then cycled down again to pick it up.
Bob immediately set out on a 3-month trip out West. This photo was taken in New Mexico at the Continental Divide.
On his way to California, Bob stopped in Oregon and 10 other states.
The scenery Bob enjoyed during the trip included snow-capped mountains and mountain lakes.
In this photo, you get a good view of Bob's tow vehicle — his trike.
Rick wanted black diamond plate fenders and edge trim. This is an option we don't offer, but we were able to find it for him. Note that colors are no longer available.